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cinamon
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can someone tell me how to use cinamon in spells
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Re: cinamon
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Cinnamon is useful in magical workings for physical energy, protection, psychic awareness, prosperity, healing, and money spells. I particularly like to put some cinnamon in the incense blends I create.
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It's also good for love, emulating masculine energy, representative of fire and the sun, and also is really really yummy in hot chocolate :)
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i thought cinamon(not a favorite by the way) was a healing herb, too?
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It can be. You have to be careful with how you take it though. Some forms of cinnamon are toxic, as are large doses of it. If you're going to apply it topically or ingest it for healing purposes (or any purpose, really) make sure to do your research and/or consult your physician. I had a friend who tried cinnamon as a cleansing/weight loss agent awhile back...She ended up in the hospital :(
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Re: cinamon
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Cinnamon is a herb used commonly for love but may also be used for money and healing. There is powdered cinnamon and cinnamon bark. You may use whichever fits you best.
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I would advise you be careful of how much cinnamon you use as well. It has been known to irritate the skin and in worse cases, toxic.
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Place sugar, cinnamon, ground cloves and nutmeg in gauze, form into a nipple just large enough for a babys mouth and fasten with thread. This will help to keep the baby quiet while the mother is busy.

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Re: cinamon
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cinnamon candle dressing oil
small clean glass jar
virgin olive oil
fresh cinnamon powder
mine has 3 tbsp oil to 1 tsp cinnamon powder
shake well before use
as previous posts mentioned cinnamon can be used for many things and for candle magick this is the oil I use the most, I make a fresh jar as needed (yesterday I made a new jar)
(you can also infuse it with sunlight energy)
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We know that the clumping of blood platelets is a normal process in order to prevent continuous bleeding, but problems may arise if these platelets excessively clump together. The cinnamaldehyde found in cinnamon prevents the disproportionate clotting in the blood by restricting the delivery of an inflammatory fatty acid from platelet membranes, named arachidonic acid. Besides the anti-clotting action, the result of this chemical process shows that cinnamon has the ability to reduce inflammation therefore it can also be seen as an anti-inflammatory herb.

Cinnamon has shown to be a very potent anti-microbial spice. It has the capacity to inhibit the formation and proliferation of bacteria, yeast, fungi matter and mainly what is called candida albicans . Some tests have revealed that in many cases, cinnamon was more efficient at halting the spread of yeast, than the commonly used medical agent called fluconazole. Based on a study which was published in the August 2003 paper of the International Journal of Food Microbiology , there are valid reasons to believe that cinnamon may also be used as a legitimate alternative to food preservatives. The study showed that only a few drops of cinnamon's essential oils, added to around 3 ounces of carrot broth, prevented the development of a pathogen called bacillus cereus for a period of at least 60 days. In comparison, when the broth was left in a cold environment but without adding cinnamon oils to it, the pathogens started expanding.

Cinnamon's normalizing effect on blood sugar levels can help people with type 2 diabetes, as it enhances a positive response to insulin. A report presented by the US Agricultural Research Service , showed that with as little as half a teaspoon of cinnamon each day, participants in the study were able to show an average reduction of 20% in their blood sugar levels. The moment cinnamon doses stopped being administered on a daily basis, the sugar levels in their blood raised immediately


Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/040052_cinnamon_type_2_diabetes_healing_herbs.html#ixzz2RUNWEjZ1
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