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Cassia Essential Oil

cassia essential oil

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Cassia, Cinnamomum cassia, also commonly called Chinese cassia or Chinese cinnamon, is an evergreen tree from Southern China. It is also widely cultivated in Southern and Eastern Asia countries such as India, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

The tree grows to a height of around 10 – 15 m. The bark is hard and grayish in color while the leaves are elongated and 10 – 15 cm in length. When the leaves are young, it is usually reddish in color. Cassia buds are rare.

Common Uses
  • Soothes menstrual discomfort
  • Supports a healthy digestive system
  • Supports a healthy blood circulation
  • Supports a healthy blood sugar level
  • Supports a healthy inflammation response
  • Supports a healthy immune system
  • Makes environment unfriendly to germs
  • Promotes skin wellness
  • Promotes hair wellness
  • Makes environment unfriendly for insects
  • Aroma may promote a sense of calm
  • Promotes uplifting mood
Common Modes Of Application
  • Diffuse
  • Topical (External, Diluted)
Intensity
Intense and spicy, use with extra caution.
Tips
If your tummy is not at it’s best, try giving it a good rub with diluted Cassia. It may help soothe the discomfort.
Cautions
Keep out of reach of children. For external use only. Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult a health professional prior to use. Use pure unadulterated essential oils only.

AttentionBased on public information, Cassia may cause irritation or a burning sensation when inhaled directly. It should also be avoided during pregnancy as it may cause irritation and sensitivity to the skin or mucous membrane. Mothers who are breast feeding should also avoid Cassia as it may reduce the milk supply.