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Is it safe to burn cinnamon sticks?

Is it safe to burn cinnamon sticks that you buy at the grocery store in a wood burning fireplace? I wanted to see if it would make the house smell good but didn't know if it might be toxic when burned or harmful to the chimney (i.e. residue). Thanks.

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Ann from Mint Hill.

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By scarlet fournier (Guest Post)
December 4, 20040 found this helpful

Yes! It is safe to burn cinamon sticks in the fireplace they sell this along with pinecones to put in the fireplace to get it started.

Oh,,,,,,Martha Stewart also showed this on her show before.

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Anonymous
March 9, 20200 found this helpful

hehe if martha says so it must be fine, cough cough.

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By Not telling! (Guest Post)
December 16, 20050 found this helpful

Oh good! I needed to know that too, as I'm Pagan, I was going to burn some at Yule!

Thanks

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March 9, 20200 found this helpful

There are no concerns I see online and many fireplace stores will sell bundles of pinecones and cinnamon for burning.

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