Cinnamon Bark (Cassia)
Both Ceylon Cinnamon (True Cinnamon) and Cassia cinnamon belong to the same botanical family (Lauraceae) is found mainly in China. Cassia is used as an economical substitute for Ceylon cinnamon, although it has a strong, spicy aroma, Cassia has also been used for thousands of years for its health benefits.
Taken from fragrant tree bark, Cassia Bark essential oil has a warming, spiced aroma and noteworthy cleansing properties. It is used in aromatic diffusions, mouth rinses, and topical applications. Cinnamon Bark essential oil also adds spicy sweet flavour to desserts, entrées, and hot drinks.
Like Cinnamon Bark essential oil, Cassia essential oil is high in cinnamaldehyde, giving it potent surface cleansing properties. It is also widely used in scents and chemical makeups,
Cassia essential oil has a much warmer and more comforting aroma. When diluted. Cassia essential oil also provides a distinct sweet-spiced flavor profile when used in cooking.
Cinnamaldehyde (minimum 74%) & Cinnamyl Acetatee
Country of Origin
Spicy, woody, and warm with a sweet, biting note
Warming, invigorating, restorative, energising and uplifting
Steam Distillation of the the innerer bark
Blends Well With
Benzoin, bergamot, cardamom, clove, frankincense, ginger, lavender, frankincense, rosemary and thyme
Has a spicy, woody, warm aroma with a sweet, biting note
Adds a warm, spiced flavor to water and recipes
Provides a warming sensation to skin when combined with a carrier oil
Cleanses surfaces while providing a spicy scent