100% Pure Organic Cassia Essential oil.Scientific Name:Cinnamomum cassia
Application:Aromatic, topical, internal
Plant Part: Bark
Extraction Method:Steam distillation
Aromatic Description:Woody, warm, cinnamon
Main Chemical Components:Cinnamaldehyde, cinnamyl acetate
Can promote improved immune system function
Aids digestion, reduces hunger cravings and bolsters your metabolism
When diffused the scent is warming and relaxing. When combined with Clove and Ginger during the holiday season it evokes the smell of your grandmother’s house filled with treats.
Directions for Use:
Aromatic: Diffuse it on its own for a spicy aroma that can improve your mood and soothe frayed nerves. Combine with Clove and Ginger to help create a festive atmosphere.
Topical: Combine a drop or two with a carrier oil for a warming massage that helps relieve achy joints and sore muscles.
Internal: Take it directly in a veggie capsule, combine it with lemon in a glass of water, or use it in place of cinnamon in recipes.
How to Use Cassia Essential Oil
When diffusing alone use three to four drops. Reduce this to one to two drops when used in a combination. When taken internally 1 to 2 drops generally provide the maximum benefit.
Cassia Essential Oil Health Benefits
It supports immune system function. Your immune system is constantly under attack from all of those people at the office who fail to properly wash their hands. It boosts your immune system, encouraging it to do its job more effectively. This could mean a reduction in the sniffles for you.
It works with your metabolism. Sometimes you may feel like your metabolism does not work with you, but it can encourage it to shape up. In addition, mix it with Lemon water and it can stimulate digestion, as well as, stave off feelings of hunger.
In a massage with it is warming and uplifting, the woody, spiciness, creates a sense of well-being. It also assists with relieving any achy joints or sore muscles.
When diffused, it can lift your mood and calm your spirits. Both on its own and when diffused with other scents such as Clove, Ginger, or White Fir, it creates a homey environment, reminiscent of baking and happy holidays.
It can be used in cooking. It can be used as a replacement for Cinnamon in baked goods, such as pies or breads. A drop or two can also be added to tea, coffee or hot chocolate to create a spicy, festive drink.
It can make you feel good and it can make you feel GOOD. When diffused it has been shown to produce feelings of arousal.
And on top of that it cleans too. This essential oil has substantial cleansing properties and when combined with water and white vinegar can make an aromatic and effective surface cleaner.