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Cassia Oil

Botanical Name of Cassia: Cinnamomum cassia

Synonyms: Cinnamomum aromaticum, Chinese cinnamon, Laurus Cassia, hot cinnamon

About Cassia: Cassia is one of the principal constituents of the ‘holy anointing oil’ and has been an actively traded spice for very long. This evergreen tea is originally from China and Myanmar region. The cassia essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of leaves and twigs of cassia tree. Sometimes the bark of cassis tree may also be used to extract oil from it. It must be noted cassia is different from the Ceylon cinnamon which is much more expensive then cassia. In Northern America and Canada mostly of the Cassia is sold as cinnamon as people are not aware of availability of Ceylon cinnamon.

History of Cassia: Historically speaking cinnamon can be classified in four major kinds:

  1. Cassia (obtained from bark of cinnamomum iners used in Ethiopia and Egypt)
  2. True Cinnamon (obtained from bark of cinnamomum zeylanicum used in Sri Lanka)
  3. Malabathrum (obtained from cinnamomum malabathrum used in northern India)
  4. Serichatum (obtained from cinnamomum aromaticum used in China)

Moses was ordered to mix both the sweet cinnamon and cassia with myrrh to make the holy anointing oil. There are number of references of cassia in many different religious books signifying its importance in the ancient history. The earliest references of trade of cassia have been recorded in China around 100BC. References of Cassia in Greek history were found around 7th century where it was mentioned in few poems and work of literature.

Properties of Cassia Oil: The major chemical Constituents of Carrot seed oil include: benzaldehyde, chavicol, cinnamic aldehyde, cinnamyl acetate and linalool.  Chinese were the first ones to discover the therapeutic properties of cassia oil and started using it in many different Chinese traditional medicines. It is from here that use of cassia oil began to spread in all over the world.

Health Benefits and Applications Cassia Oil:

Cassia Oil is known to have number of benefits, some of the important ones include:

Anti Diarrhoea: Cassia essential oil is well known for its positive effects on our digestive system. It binds bowels to stop diarrhoea and its anti microbial properties also help in controlling diarrhoea cause due to microbial action.

Anti Depressant: The warmness of the cassia oil is known to elevate the mood and provide relief from depressing feelings.

Anti Emetic – Nausea and vomiting can be treated by Cassia essential Oil. The aroma of this oil provides refreshing feeling which gives relief from nausea and vomiting.

Anti Microbial – Any kind of microbial infections in our body can be treated using cassia oil. Especially infections in urethra, colon, kidneys and urinary tracks are effectively treated using this essential oil.

Anti Viral – Viral infections which cause cough, cold and other problems in reparatory tracks can also be cured by this essential oil.

Other therapeutic properties of cassia oil – Anti rheumatic, Anti Arthritic, Astrigent, Carminative, Circulatory, Emenagogue, Febrifuge, Stimulant, etc.

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Storage: Store in cool and dark place, Keep away from heat and spark

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