EO Cassia bark

 6,95 incl. VAT  4,09excl. VAT


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Cassia is cinnamon's little brother. In fact, that powder in the kitchen in the jar with the text ""cinnamon"" usually exists in whole or in part from ground cassia bark, instead of cinnamon bark Our cassia essential oil is made from the bark (bark) of the Cinnamomum cassia using steam distillation.Do not confuse cassia with cassie, that is acacia, a very different fragrance Country of origin is China, hence the name 'Chinese cinnamon'.
The English name is cassia, the French name is cannelier de Chine, casse or cassia, the German name is zimtkassie.

Indication of the composition:
>25 % - Cinnamic aldehyde
5-10 % - beta Caryophyllene, beta Fellandrene
2-5% - Delta-3-Carene, Cinnamyl Acetate, Coumarin, Para Cymene, Eugenol, Camphor, Linalool, Alpha Pinene

Cassia is above all a heart note that you can smell already in the top. The top is especially sweet, warm, spice, cinnamon. Woody and resinous scents are added in the heart.

Cassia is mainly used in soap, for example in carnation, chypre, jasmine and especially spicy soaps such as Windsor soap, but also -in small quantities- in perfumes. It is also an important element in Christmas scents. Disadvantages of cassia are that it can lead to discoloration, and that it is not really skin-friendly. Nevertheless, it is the best and safest natural substance to make a cinnamon scent.

Nothing has been added to the oil, it is 100% pure essential oil.

Cassia oil is harmful when in contact with the skin (in undiluted form) and can lead to hypersensitivity reactions. It contains cinnamic alcohol, cinnamic aldehyde, coumarin, benzyl benzoate and linalool, substances that some people have an allergic reaction to.

Einec's number: 284-635-0


10 ml, 50 ml, 250 g