Botanical Name: Cinnamomum cassia
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
Plant Part: Leaves
Aroma: spicy, slightly woody, cinnamon-like scent
Color: Clear – Pale Yellow
Description: Cassia is an evergreen tree growing up to 20 m. tall, with thick leathery leaves (where essential oil comes from) and white flowers.
Blends Well With: Sweet Orange, Clove, and other spices
History: In Exodus 30: 23, Moses was ordered to use both Cinnamon (Kinnamon) and Cassia (Qesia) together with Myrrh, Sweet Calamus and Olive Oil to produce a holy oil with which to anoint the Ark of the Covenant.
Use Safely: Generally safe to use. Simply follow instructions to dilute. The International Federation of Aromatherapists does not recommend that Essential Oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy.
STORAGE LIFE: Up to two (2) years
Euro Dropper Cap: included for your convenience
- It fights depression, uplifts mood.
- An effective treatment for nausea.
- It imrpoves blood circulation.
- A good stimulant for body functions.
- It fights infection.
Antimicrobial, Anti-diarrhea, Antispasmodic, Antiviral, Astringent, Anti-rheumatic/arthritic, Febrifuge, Circulatory, Emenagogue
Holiday Spice Potpourri
1-2 ounces of mixed dried botanicals (cedar chips, dried orange peels, star anise pods, cinnamon bark/sticks, juniper berries or your botanical of choice)
3 drops Cassia essential oil
4 drops Sweet Orange essential oil
1 drop Cinnamon essential oil
In a large bowl combine dried botanicals and essential oils.
Mix together with a spoon making sure not to touch the essential oils as they may irritate skin.
Place mixture in a decorative potpourri container.
After 1-2 months, refresh potpourri with essential oil mixture.
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