Cinnamon Cassia Essential Oil
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Cinnamon Cassia essential oil has a warm, very spicy scent.
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We recommend a maximum dilution of 0.05% for topical applications. Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding.
This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
On February 2, 2017
If you're going for true cinnamon scent, then spring for the Cinnamon Bark. This cassia has a spicy cinnamon-y aroma, but nowhere near as nice as the bark. I use this in a warming muscle blend, and for that it's perfect!
On April 8, 2017
To the people who rated this oil as 'too strong' etc.....This is NOT an inferior cinnamon, in fact if you are looking for cinnamaldehyde to help with your diabetes, this is fantastic! This is more concentrated in cinnamon flavor for a reason, Cassia is Stronger than ceylon :) its SUPPOSED to be over powering compared to cinnamon!
On July 15, 2016
I dont enjoy the smell, which is weird bc my favorite scents are usually warm, autumn- type scents. This doesnt smell like a warm, inviting cinnamon. It is just a weird overpowering smell. I put one single drop in a blend of about 10 drops total and all I smell is the cinnamon. As the previous reviewer said, I would return it but I received it in a kit. Bummer, because I have enjoyed every other PT oil thus far.
On February 11, 2017
This is not the same as cinnamon bark, so be aware that just because it says cinnamon does not mean it is equal. Cassia has a strong spicy scent that seems to burn the senses more than indulge them. It is cheaper than cinnamon bark for a reason! If it was not part of a package I would have returned it, just like the other reviewers.
On April 23, 2017
I got headache after smelling that