A spicy scented essential oil, widely used to intestinal ailments as well as a mood enhancer.
|Botanical Name||Cinnamomum Cassia|
|Ingredients||cassia ( extract|
Cassia is a small shrub that grows in regions of the upper Nile of North Africa and Arabia. The ancient Egyptian doctors used Cassia over 3500 years ago for their royal patients and the elite. While available as single product, Cassia is often combined with a variety of aromatic herbs. Cassia, or Chinese cinnamon, is the spice sold as cinnamon in the United States.
If you feel low because of emotional stress or mental strain, pour two drops of cassia oil in a mug of boiling water and inhale the vapors slowly. This will help feel cheerful, active, and alert; it may also elevate your mood and ease any kind of mental stress.
Note: Although remedial, people with major health ailments like cancer, or epilepsy should avoid use. Non–toxic, non–irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals. Not to be used while pregnant. Moderately toxic, use in small amounts, can cause skin irritation, can be a mucous membrane irritant.
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