Cassia Essential Oil

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Cassia Essential Oil

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Cassia oil is hot oil and allergic to skin. The cassia essential oil has resemblance with cinnamon oil, but actually both the different. The cassia oil is extracted from a cinnamon like structure wood and is useful in fever and flavoring food. The origin of cassia oil is from China and is used in cold drinks, baking food and lots more.

Common name:

Cinnamomum cassia, cassia

Blends with:

Balsam, black pepper, caraway, chamomile, ginger, geranium


Cinnamic aldehyde, cinnamyl acetate, benzaldehyde, chavicol


Basically the cassia essential oil is hot oil and is used as remedy of high fever and cold. The use of it is to flavor cold drinks, adding into bakery food stuffs and smoking. 

Additional Information

Botonical Name Cinnamomum cassia
CAS # 8007-80-5
Country of Origin Vietnam
Color & Odor Yellowish-brown liquid @22C with Sweet Balsam Cinnamon odor
Solubility Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
Specific Gravity 1.0564 @ 72°F
Optical Rotation -0.13
Refractive Index 1.6082@ 72°F
Flash Point -0.13
Major Constituents Cinnamaldehyde
Extraction Method Steam Distillation
Name Cassia Essential Oil
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