Botanical Name: Cinnamomum Cassia Plant Origin: China Method: Co2 from the bark Method of Cultivation: Wild Crafted, Unsprayed Constituents: Cinnamic Aldehyde 69.60% Coumarin 8.06% 2-Phenylethanol 3.57% Benzaldehyde 2.68% Constituents are different from Cinnamon.
- Must be used with Carrier Oil. Best to apply 1-2 drops to the bottom of the feet. Cassia essential oil has been used for cataracts, fungal infections such as ringworm and candida, atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis. It has been used to treat uterine hemorrhaging and other internal and external hemorrhages due to its astringent properties. Anti-Inflammatory - rheumatism, arthritis, circulatory, joints Anti-Microbial - microbial infection in urethra, colon, kidneys, urinary tract Anti-Viral - coughs, colds, flu Astringent - strengthens gums, hair root, tightens muscles, skin, helps stop bleeding Circulatory - improves circulation of blood Digestion - diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, gas Female - relaxes menstrual cramps, headaches, nausea, drowsiness associated with menses Stimulant - depression, uplifting, body functions, metabolism, secretions, discharges, nervous system, brain Nursing - may reduce milk supply