Cassia oil is extracted from the Cinnamomum Cassia plant, also known as C. Aromaticum and Laurus cassia, and is from the Lauraceae family. Cassia oil can cause skin irritation, but there are many positive attributes hidden in this warm and aromatic exotic oil. It has exceptionally good action at high temperature and supports the digestive system.
Cassia oil has a sharp and warm smell.
Cassia oil is extracted from leaves, bark, branches and stalks by steam distillation.
Cassia essential oil should not be used on the skin because it irritates and acts destabilizing and irritating to the mucous membranes. It should also be avoided during pregnancy.
The main chemical components of cassia oil are aldehyde, cinnamyl acetate, benzaldehyde, linalool and chavicol.
The therapeutic properties of cassia oil are: gasoline, anti-diarrhea, anti-microbial and anti-emetic.
Cassia as a dried herb is useful for digestive complaints such as flatulence, colic, diarrhea and nausea. It is also used for the treatment of colds, flu, fever, arthritis and rheumatism. Cassia oil is widely used in massage therapies.
- Inhalators and Vaporizers: Cashmere oil helps with colds, fevers, flu, chills, fatigue and digestive problems.
- Use as a cream: Although cassia oil irritates the skin used in creams, it can be beneficial for arthritis and rheumatism. However, the concentration of butter in the cream should be very low.