Cassia Bark Essential Oil

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information at a glance

extraction methodSteam distillation
edibleNot recommended for internal use.
safetyDo not use during pregnancy or on young children. Avoid if there is a history of liver or kidney disease. Topical use should be limited to perfume blends. May cause severe skin irritation unless diluted properly in formulas.
fragrance note classification middle

buying & keeping

general guidelines and tips

storage tipsStore in a cool, dark place.
appearance & aromaSpicy and warm.


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massage / bath / spaCassia bark essential oil is sometimes used in soapmaking, but be aware that it may darken the finished product.
perfumeryUse in perfume blends as a fixative.
wellnessThis oil is highly antiseptic due to a high concentration of cinnamic aldehyde.
craftsMay be used to add scent to potpourri mixes.
industrialCassia essential oil is used in the fragrance industry.
householdLike cinnamon essential oil, cassia bark essential oil helps to naturally repel mosquitoes.

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aromatic profile & blending companions

cassia bark
essential oil

Warm and spicy with a hint of sweetness. Blends well with benzoin, bergamot, cinnamon leaf, clove bud, frankincense, ginger, grapefruit, lemon, rose geranium, sweet orange, peppermint and vanilla.

formulas & recipes

cassia bark
essential oil

Herbal Spa
DIY Spiced Stimulating Oil Recipe

what else you should know

cassia bark
essential oil

Cassia bark essential oil is produced from trees that are six to eight years old. Although this oil is not quite as aromatic as cinnamon essential oil, it owes its potent antimicrobial properties to a higher concentration of cinnamic aldehyde. This oil also has a high eugenol content, which makes it very irritating to the skin if applied without being properly diluted.

For more information on how to use essential oils please read our article: Aromatherapy Basics for Using Pure Essential Oils

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This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

please be advised: 
Before making any changes to your diet you should always consult with your doctor,
especially if you are pregnant, nursing or have existing conditions.