- Botanical Name: Cinnamomum Cassia
- Plant Part: Bark
- Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
- Country of Origin: China
- Color/Consistency: Golden Yellow Color with Thin Consistency
- Aroma: Warm, Dry, Spicy
- Perfumery Note: Middle
Specific Benefits of Cassia Essential Oil:
Purifying and Detoxifying
Cassia Essential Oil is a powerful purifier, as viruses, bacteria, and fungus cease to live in the oil. In addition, cinnamon bark oil is commonly used to help heal topical and respiratory infections.
Cassia Essential Oil is a hot oil (can cause heat when used on the skin neat, and must be blended with carrier oil when used topically). Because of this, Cassia Essential Oil is used in aromatherapy to help relieve symptoms of rheumatism, arthritis, and sore muscles. Make sure to dilute properly to prevent skin irritation.
Cassia Essential Oil is regarded in aromatherapy for its ability to increase blood flow to the mind and the body, while uplifting the spirit and ridding one of anxiety and depression. Also, the oil is used to ease irritability, drowsiness, and increase libido.
NOTE: Cassia Essential Oil should not be used during pregnancy or during breastfeeding. It also needs to be highly diluted (at less than 1%) if being used topically.
Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil
Diffuse a few drops of each essential oil to help your body get rid of long-standing toxins.
Massage oil for pained joints
1 oz. Pomegranate Seed Oil
4 drops Cassia Essential Oil
4 drops Yarrow Essential Oil
4 drops Turmeric Essential Oil
Mix all the oils together and use the blend as a massage oil for sore joints and muscles.
Cassia Essential Oil
Simply use a couple of drops of each essential oil in your diffuser.