Well holy cow, the holiday season is upon us. It feels like we blinked and summer was over! But I’ll let you in on a little secret: Auntie Dolores has found a way to combine the heat of summer with the cozy cool of autumn and winter – cinnamon spice! We can’t think of a better way to complement gatherings with family and friends than by adding our 1500 mg CBD Cinnamon Spice oil to holiday favorites like hot apple cider, whipped topping for pie, pumpkin spice lattes and even sweet potatoes!

With 50 mg of organic CBD per dropperful, this delicious oil is warming and can instill relaxation (happier guests!), ease discomfort (look – grandma’s dancing a jig!) and even help to promote the immune system (winter is coming!!).

But wait – there’s more! Cinnamon, which is sourced from the inner bark of a small evergreen tree, is credited with many health benefits. It all begins with cinnamaldehyde, cinnamon’s essential oil. Often used in Chinese medicine, cinnamaldehyde is recognized for its antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial properties.

Cinnamon also features:
  • Polyphenol antioxidants that can help support the body’s normal inflammatory response.
  • Prebiotics that promote the growth of ‘good’ bacteria while suppressing ‘bad’ bacteria, leading to a healthier gut.
  • Carminative properties – soothes the tummy and can relieve digestive discomfort.
  • A warming response inside the body that may increase blood flow and improve blood oxygen levels.

The combination of cinnamon with CBD, which works with the neurological, physiological and immunological systems of the body to create perfect balance (homeostasis), can boost a healthy mind and body. CBD helps to address anxiety, promote healthy joints and connective tissue, relieve discomfort throughout the body, support a healthy digestive tract and immune system, and a whole lot more.

If that isn’t incentive enough to add Auntie Dolores Cinnamon Spice CBD Oil to holiday traditions, it also happens to be on sale. Save 10% – order today!

From all of us here at Auntie Dolores – we wish you and yours a very happy, very healthy, very cinnamon-y holiday season.