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