Cinnamon has been one of the spices exported from the Orient for 4000 years. Traces of its presence can be found in traditional Chinese pharmacopoeia, dating back to over 2,700 years ago. Like the Ceylon cinnamon tree ( Cinnamomum verum ), the Chinese cinnamon tree ( Cinnamonum cassia ) has an aromatic bark, rich in essential oil. The spice produced is called cassia, also known as Chinese Cinnamon, used as a condiment in cooking. As opposed to Cinnamon Real Bark, Cinnamon Cassia fake cinnamon is called. It is the cinnamon that is most often found in sticks at the grocery store. True cinnamon is more popular and more expensive.
Cinnamon Cassia essential oil is used in perfumery to create oriental and spicy scents. Its smell is warm, suave and woody, more pungent and very different than Ceylon Cinnamon.
Topical (Adults): Essential oils should be diluted in vegetable oil before use.
The essential oil is used in perfumery to create oriental and spicy scents. Its smell is warm, suave and woody, more pungent, and very different than Ceylon cinnamon. Cinnamon cassia is also less expensive.
FOR EXTERNAL AND OCCASIONAL USE ONLY. DO NOT USE ORALLY. DO NOT USE UNDILUTED ESSENTIAL OIL. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. In case of accidental ingestion, seek emergency medical attention or call a Poison Control Center. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes; in case of contact, rinse thoroughly with vegetable oil. Do not use during pregnancy or breastfeeding. If you have epilepsy or asthma, consult a health care practitioner before using this product. If nausea, dizziness, headache, or allergic reaction occurs, discontinue use and consult a health care practitioner if symptoms worsen or persist. Do not use on inflamed, damaged skin,irritated, sensitive or in case of dermatitis. Avoid exposing the treated areas to the sun.