Cassia Essential Oil - 15ml

(Cinnamomum cassia)

Cassia essential oil is closely related to Cinnamon Bark and shares many of the same cleansing properties, making it a great option to diffuse or incorporate in home cleaning solutions.

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Product Snapshot

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FEATURES & BENEFITS
  • Refreshes and purifies the air of odors when diffused
  • Cleans odors from air and dirt and grime from surfaces; adds an extra cleansing boost to Thieves Household Cleaner
  • Creates a sense of peace and serenity
  • Encourages inner connection and positive self-awareness when used during meditation or spiritual practice
  • Provides a grounding and balancing aroma that inspires emotional release
  • Includes the constituents trans-cinnamaldehyde, trans-o-methoxycinnamaldehyde, and coumarine.
AROMATIC PROFILE
Sweet, light, cinnamon-like aroma
Ingredients

Ingredients

Ingredients
Cinnamomum cassia † (Cassia) oil
†100% pure essential oil
Suggested Uses

Suggested Uses

APPLICATIONS
  • Use during meditation to center and focus your mind on what’s truly important.
  • Inhale in times of doubt to center yourself with its warming aroma.
  • Diffuse to neutralize odors.
  • Combine Cassia with water in a glass spray bottle for a quick-cleansing formula and spritz on surfaces.
LABEL DIRECTIONS
Topical: Dilute 1 drop with 4 drops of V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex or olive oil. Test on small area of skin or underside of arm. Then apply to desired area as needed.
Aromatic: Diffuse up to 30 minutes 3 times daily.
Get to Know

Get to Know

PRODUCT BACKGROUND
Harness the power of an essential oil that’s been used for centuries. In the Bible’s Old Testament, Cassia was mentioned as a holy anointing oil. It was a key ingredient in temple incense. “All thy garments smell of myrrh, and aloes, and cassia, out of the ivory palaces, whereby they have made thee glad” (Psalm 45:8). It was also used in ancient Egypt and China. It is listed as one of the 50 fundamental herbs of Chinese tradition.
The Cinnamomum cassia tree, from which we get Cassia essential oil, is from the same plant family as cinnamon—so they’re similar, but each quite unique. Cassia has a slightly sweeter scent with higher levels of coumarin and trans-cinnamaldehyde. And the bark of cassia is thicker, whereas cinnamon is thinner with many more aroma layers.