Cinnamon is a versatile and very useful thing.
The aroma of cinnamon is soothing and evokes a feeling of happiness – and also, although the spice itself is not sweet and its true, the separate taste is quite bland, provokes the appetite and is associated with sweets and delicious pastries.
Cinnamon is used both in ground form and in the form of sticks – both in cooking and magic. In addition, a session of aromatherapy with cinnamon oil gives good results.
It should be noted that cinnamon oil is toxic, and if you decide to treat yourself to an aroma lamp, avoid getting cinnamon oil on your skin (and in no case pour this oil into the bath!).
Cinnamon is associated primarily with earthly life and its pleasures – material wealth and sex.
It is a popular ingredient in aphrodisiacs and money potions, and is added to ointments, tinctures, incense, aromatic blends, sachets (in the form of sticks, of course), and the like.
If you’re cooking dinner for a loved one, cinnamon can help set the mood, especially when paired with nutmeg and vanilla (also traditional energizing spices).
You can cook baked apples with this seasoning, or mix it with honey and coat chicken meat before frying. Another interesting idea is brown rice cooked with cinnamon and cane sugar.
And, of course, a classic example of a well-known aphrodisiac is mulled wine – a mixture of heated red wine, nutmeg, cloves, sugar and cinnamon.
An easy and quick way to use cinnamon to attract money: put a pinch of ground spice in your wallet.
It is also useful for business people to drink coffee with a pinch of cinnamon in the morning.
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