Cinnamon Cassia Essential Oil

Cinnamon Cassia Essential Oil

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Product Details

Botanical Name:

Cinnamomum cassia

Country of Origin:


Related Products:

Cinnamon Cassia Organic Essential Oil

Extraction Method:

Steam Distilled

Plant Part:


Strength of Aroma:


Aromatic Scent:

Warm, very spicy scent

Blends Well With:

Cedarwood Atlas, Clove Bud, Frankincense Serrata, Lavender, Lemon, Neroli, Orange Blood, Orange Sweet, Ylang Ylang Complete




We recommend a maximum dilution of 0.05% for topical applications. Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding.

Cinnamon Cassia is steam distilled from the bark of the Chinese Cinnamon tree to create a 100% pure essential oil that has absolutely no additives or fillers. This strong, scented oil is very warm and spicy like its relative cinnamon. That wonderful aroma that is familiar in the spice world, is a favorite to create seasonal blends that bring the Holidays indoors. This powerful oil can be used in a warming massage blend, but only very little is needed. Using a toothpick, you can dip the end into the orifice reducer and then swirl into your favorite Plant Therapy carrier oil for topical use. We recommend a maximum dilution of 0.05% for topical applications. This can cause skin irritation so use on a small patch of skin before applying in larger areas.
In healthy adults with intact skin who wish to use cassia as part of a warming blend, dip a toothpick into the bottle through the orifice reducer and then remove, swirling the toothpick in 1 ounce of carrier oil; this is all that is needed for a safe dilution; add 3 drops of sweet orange and 2 drops of black pepper or coriander essential oils to complete the blend.
The International Federation of Aromatherapists does not recommend that Essential Oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy. All cautions listed for individual oils do not include those cautions from ingestion.

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.

Bottles are filled by volume. Some bottle sizes may not be filled to the top, but do contain the volume of oil specified.

Customer Reviews


On February 2, 2017


Great for sore muscles!

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


Amazing! Perfect Strength. Like hot cinnamon candies!

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 October 18, 2017


Love it

Smells amazing


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.