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The Master Book of Herbalism by
The tree which hath the Cinnamon for his barke is of the stature
of an Olive tree having a body as thick as a man's thigh, from
which the Cinnamon is taken, but that taken from the smaller
branches is much better... Gerard
Grows best in almost pure sand, requiring only 1% of vegetable
substance; it prefers a sheltered place... Grieve
Internal uses: A weak infusion, take no more than one pint per
External uses: Moderate wash, apply
Although Cinnamon has been assigned
the rulership of Mars most likely due to its stimulant property,
it currently is given to Uranus, for the main work it brings
about is for the mind. Cinnamon may be burnt as incense or taken
as a tea in order to increase one's ability to concentrate and
focus the mind, and to communicate with greater ease with others.
It is also sometimes used in prophecy, and may be employed internally
As was done in ancient China, Cinnamon
is still used to purify the space of a temple, and is an excellent
ingredient for ritual incense. It is said to bring peaceful
energy, so that the rite may be conducted with no distraction
and with full concentration.
The more mundane magicakal properties
of Cinnamon find its use in love magick, where it is mixed with
other herbes to create a love potion, and added to amulets so
that it iwill bring the practitioner good luck. For the adept,
Cinnamon will bring a keener understanding of the properties
of immortality. It is said that it may also aid a person to
be in touch with that aspect of the self.
Cinnamon may be used in meditating
upon the Tarot, and is in vibration with the Lovers card.
Magickal Cinnamon should be stored
with a small tourmaline, and is the appropriate herbe for the
consecration of that stone.
*Magical Herbalism by Scott Cunningham
A high vibration oil, used for personal protection. It is also
a sexual stimulant in the female. Added to any incense, it increases
its powers. Mixed with powdered sandalwood, it makes an incense
suitable for all religious or spiritual magic. Good for meditation,
Folk names: Sweet Wood, Cassia
Part Used: Bark Basic
Powers: Protection, healing, passion
Specific uses: Burn to raise very
high spiritual vibrations. Use in healing incenses and burn
to stimulate clairvoyance. One of the herbs used to stimulate
and excite the passions of the male. Add to prosperity mixtures.
Mix with myrrh for a good incense for general working.
*The Way of Herbs by Michael Tierra, C.A., N.D
Cinnamon is stimulating, astringent, demulcent and carminative.
It warms the system and is useful to add to balance cooling
foods such as fruits, milk and desserts. Medicinally it is used
to warm the organs to treat chronic diarrhea, cramps, heart
and abdominal pains, coughing, wheezing and lower back pain.
It is effectively used as a tincture given every 15 minutes
or so to stop bleeding from the uterus. Simmered in milk and
taken with a little honey, cinnamon is very effective for indigestion,
gas, diarrhea and dysentery.
*The Herb Book by John Lust
The dried inner bark of the branches of a small, tropical, evergreen
laurel tree. The bark is peeled off and as the pieces are dried,
they curl up into quills.
Uses: quills in spiced punches, teas, cooked fruit, pickling
liquids. Ground spice in sweet baked goods, cooked fruit, and
some meat and fish dishes.
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