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The Official Oil Guide

Cassia



100% Pure Cassia Essential Oil

Scientific Name : Cinnamomum cassia

Part of Plant Used : Bark

Best Extraction Method : Steam Distillation

Aroma : Warm, Spicy, Cinnamon-like

Odor Strength : High

Evaporation : Top Note

Oil Hue : Brownish - Yellow / Clear

Origin : Commonly sourced from Southern China and Burma

Primary Active Constituent : Trans-Cinnamaldehyde

Blends Well With : Cedarwood, Clove, Frankincense, Lavender, Lemon, Wild Orange, and Ylang Ylang

 

Usage Instructions

Topical : For external infections, dilute 1 part Cassia oil to 4 parts carrier oil and apply directly. For arthritis and joint pain, apply 3 drops of Cassia oil and 6 drops of Black Cumin Seed carrier topically to the area of concern. 

Aromatic : To provide a warming effect, diffuse in a room or inhale directly from the bottle.
To disinfect a room, simply add 2 to 4 drops to your diffuser daily.

Internal: Cassia oil can be used internally by putting 3 drops into an empty capsule with at least 6 drops of Black Cumin Seed. Alternatively, 3 drops of Cassia oil can be put into at least 8 oz of water/juice/tea. Always use a glass container. Cassia oil may also be ingested by putting 3 drops in 1 tablespoon of raw, local honey. Internal use of Cassia can help with the following ailments:

-Diarrhea

-Poor circulation

-Nausea/Vomiting

-Viral infections

 

Precautions : While it may be used aromatically during pregnancy, Cassia should generally be avoided by those who are pregnant or breastfeeding. 

 

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Essential Oils should never be consumed without first consulting your doctor/aromatherapist/naturopath, etc. Skin Patch Tests should always be conducted when applying an essential oil topically for the first time.


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