Known by the botanical Name Cinnamomumcassia, Cassia Oil is derived from leaves through steam distillation process. It is cheaper & more abundant than Ceylon variety with its value depending mainly on percentage of cinnamic aldehyde which it contains.
Balsam peru, chamomile, frankincense, caraway, ginger, nutmeg, Geranium, rosemary, black pepper, and all spices, coriander, & citrus oils.
Volatile Oils, Cinnamaldehyde
Cassia Oil has a sweet, spicy-hot fragrance and is used as a physical & emotional stimulant, affecting the libido and known for its aphrodisiac qualities. Its aroma in a room also reduces drowsiness, pain, irritability and frequency of headaches. It also helps in relaxing tight muscles, menstrual cramps, ease joint pain and increase circulation. Further, it is also used as spice & food flavoring as well as for treatment of digestive complaints.