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Cinnamon Chips

Cinnamon Chips

Botanical Name

Cinnamomum burmannii


Usual Origin(s)




Also known as Indonesia cinnamon, Batavian cassia, and korintje. Has the standard hot cinnamon flavor and about 2.5% oil content. Not to be confused with the sweeter "true" cinnamon (C. verum), this cinnamon is the type most common in Canada and North America.


Folk Names

Sweet Wood, Ceylon cinnamon












Venus, Aphrodite



Spirituality, Success, Healing, Power, Psychic Powers, Lust, Protection, Love


Ritual Uses

Cinnamon oil was used as part of a holy annointing oil by the ancient Hebrews. The leaves of the cinnamon tree were woven into wreaths which were used to decorate ancient Roman temples. The Egyptions used cinnamon oil during the mummification process. 


Magical Uses

Cinnamon, when burned as an incense, raises high spiritual vibrations, aids in healing, draws money, stimulates psychic powers and produces protective vibrations. Cinnamon is also used in making sachets and infusions for these purposes. 


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