Cinnamon, also known as "Sweet Wood," is a member of the Lauraceae family and is the bushy evergreen's dried bark. Native to Sri Lanka, India, and Myanmar, we can date the use of Cinnamon as far back as 2800 BC. The ancient Egyptians used it in their embalming process. Today it is used as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial for health purposes. Cinnamon's magical properties include fertility, love, protection, good luck, and healing.
Chakra: Lower solar Plexus, Sacral
Deities: Aphrodite, Venus