A close relative of true cinnamon, cassia essential oil has a spicy scent which is reminiscent of winter holidays. Scent some homemade pine cone potpourri with cassia, sweet orange, and coriander essential oils. A drop of Cassia essential oil can also be diffused with equal parts of Clove Bud and Sweet Orange to bring back holiday memories. Cassia essential oil is sometimes used as part of a topically applied warming blend, but great care must be taken as this is an oil which can easily irritate skin.
- Cinnamon Cassia also called Chinese Cinnamon is a spicy-scented oil that comes from an evergreen tree native to China. Cinnamon Cassia is incorrectly referred to as Cinnamon Bark by some and has a softer scent than true Cinnamon Bark.
- For healthy adults with intact skin who wish to use cassia as part of a warming blend: dip a toothpick into the bottle then remove, swirling the toothpick in 1 ounce of carrier oil; add 3 drops of sweet orange and 2 drops of black pepper or coriander oils.
- Botanical Name: Cinnamon cassia, Country of Origin: China, Extraction Method: Steam Distilled, Plant Part: Bark from an Evergreen Tree, Strength of Aroma: Strong
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- Aromatic Scent: Cinnamon Cassia essential oil has a warm, very spicy scent. It blends well with Cedar wood, Clove, Frankincense, Lavender, Lemon, Neola, Orange Blood, Orange Sweet and Yang Yang.