Cassia Essential Oil
Cassia, a close relative of cinnamon, is notable for its wonderful fragrance. Mentioned in the Old Testament, cassia has literally been used for thousands of years both for its fragrance and calming properties.
Properties: Antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral
Historical Uses: Cassia has been used often as a spice. For its medicinal value, it has been used for colic, colds, flatulent dyspepsia, nausea, kidney and reproductive complaints, diarrhea and rheumatism.
Possible Uses: Cassia can be very strong on the skin. Is often used in blends as a supportive oil. Can be used in small quantities.
- Topically – Generally dilute when applying topically due to its caustic nature. Apply to reflex points, muscle, forehead or directly to area of concern.
- Aromatically – Can be diffused for a cinnamon type aroma. Diffuse with care, too strong may irritate nasal membranes.
- Internally – Can be taken internally in gel caps, water or honey. Cassia is categorized GRAS for human consumption by the FDA
|3002||Cassia Essential Oil 15 ml (3002)||US$25.33|