Cassia Essential Oil
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- Contributes to a healthy digestion;
- Promotes a strong immune system;
- Very pleasant warm aroma for cold months.
Cassia Essential Oil (Cinnamomum cassia) is a close relative of Cinnamon but should not be confused with real Cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum). Cassia is also called Cinnamon-Aromatic or Chinese-Cinnamon.
That said, Cassia's essential oil is very beneficial! Used since ancient times to help with digestion problems and to maintain a strong immune system. It has a strong and spicy aroma and is called a hot oil because of these qualities. It is one of the few oils mentioned in the Old Testament and has calming properties and benefits for digestion and the immune system according to the most recent experimental studies.
When used on the skin, it is mandatory to use it diluted with a carrier oil, for example Fractionated Coconut Oil.
How to Use?
- Use in combination with Ginger and Clove in the cold months to create a warm and inviting atmosphere in your home;
- Massage creating a warm effect by adding this essential oil to a carrier oil of quality;
- Take 1 to 2 drops internally in a vegetable capsule;
- To improve the immune system and metabolism, add 1 to 2 drops with 1 to 2 drops of Lemon essential oil in a glass of water (120ml).
Avoid sun or UV rays for 12 hours after applying the product to the skin.
The information provided by Bem&star Essencial is not intended to be a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Do not neglect, avoid or delay obtaining advice from a qualified healthcare professional due to something you may have read on the website. Bem&star Essencial information does not constitute clinical practice or medical care.
Essential oils are very concentrated substances, always use small amounts when you are familiarizing yourself with the practice of aromatherapy.
You should never use essential oils in your eyes or inside the ear canal. If you experience any redness or irritation after topical use of essential oils, apply a vegetable oil (for example, Fractionated Coconut Oil) to the affected area, as the water does not dilute the essential oils. Consult your doctor before using essential oils if you are pregnant or under medical care. Keep away from indiscriminate access by children.
|Como usar / tomar?|
|You can use this oil on your skin|
|This oil can be ingested|
|Aplicação na pele|
|Required dilution before applying to the skin|