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Cassia Uses and Benefits

Cassia Oil Product Description

Extracted from the bark of the Cinnamomum cassia plant, Cassia is a warm and spicy essential oil with a sweet, cinnamon-like aroma. Although its scent and chemical makeup is similar to Cinnamon Bark oil, Cassia essential oil stands out on its own. When used in baking, Cassia oil provides a slightly sweet and spicy flavour to you favourite treats and desserts. The warming topical sensation of Cassia oil perfectly complements a personal massage while producing an uplifting and comforting aroma. Before applying to the skin, always dilute Cassia oil with Fractionated Coconut Oil or another carrier oil to reduce skin sensitivity. Because Cassia essential oil is high in cinnamaldehyde, it has potent surface cleansing properties, making it a great addition to your home cleaning routine. You also can’t go wrong with diffusing Cassia oil; it’s the best way to incorporate this invigorating, spicy aroma into your life. Feel the warmth of Cassia essential oil when you add it to your collection.

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How Do I Use Cassia Oil?

  1. Baking: The warm, spicy taste of Cassia essential oil can be used as a replacement for ground cinnamon and can also add another dimension of flavour when you add a drop or more to your favourite pie, bread, and other dessert recipes.
  2. Beverages: Add a drop of Cassia oil to your water for a delicious flavour to encourage hydration during outdoor activities or add one drop of Cassia oil and two drops of Lemon oil to a pot of warm water for a delightful tea with a soothing aroma.
  3. Massage: Unwind from the day with a personal massage using Cassia oil. Simply combine one drop of Cassia oil with doTERRA Fractionated Coconut oil and massage into desired areas for a skin-warming sensation and an invigorating, spicy aroma.
  4. Personal Aroma: For a warming, personal aroma, blend one drop of Cassia essential oil with several drops of Fractionated Coconut Oil and gently apply to the back of the neck. For an energizing aroma, combine one drop of Cassia oil with one drop of Wild Orange oil and rub on your wrists.
  5. Cleaning: Because it contains cinnamaldehyde, Cassia oil has excellent surface cleansing benefits. Add one to two drops of Cassia essential oil to mop water or add a couple of drops to a homemade surface spray and delight in its pleasing aroma and added cleansing benefits.
  6. Diffuse: During the colder months, create a warm and inviting environment in your home by diffusing three to four drops of Cassia oil in the diffuser of your choice. For a bright atmosphere, add a drop of Cassia oil to your favourite citrus oil blend and indulge in its pleasant, uplifting scent.

Fun Fact

Cassia bark is similar to cinnamon bark and is commonly used for flavouring liquors and chocolate.

What is Cassia Oil?

Cassia derives from the Cinnamomum cassia tree, an evergreen tree that grows best in China, Vietnam, and Indonesia. The tree has green, oval-shaped leaves, berry fruit, and thick, reddish-brown bark. This bark is more pungent and thicker than that of cinnamon bark and goes through a steam distillation process to create the warm, spicy Cassia essential oil.

What Essential Oils Blend Well with Cassia Oil?

The warm, spiced aroma of Cassia essential oil blends well with Cedarwood oil, Clove Bud oil, Frankincense oil, Lavender oil, Lemon oil, Wild Orange oil, and Ylang Ylang oil when diffused.


Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. For external use only.  

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