Do your hands and feet get cold quickly? Is circulation a major concern in your book?
Use cassia to pump up your blood flow. Frequently used as a substitute for cinnamon, cassia oil offers as many health benefits and supportive properties as its sister.
For instance, the oil possesses natural immune stimulant properties that help protect against environmental threats. The oil supports digestive health and promotes circulation, which enables it to relieve sore and achy joints.
The oil’s powerful properties, along with its natural ability to uplift per its warm aroma, make it one powerful agent to have on hand during seasonal changes or whenever your immune function may need a boost.
To enhance immune function, add 1-2 drops cassia to a veggie capsule and take once a day.
For digestive health, blend 1-2 drops cassia with 1-2 drops lemon in your drinking water and take internally. This can also be used to calm cravings and relieve hunger. Lastly, you can apply cassia topically to support achy muscles and joints. Simply dilute 1-2 drops and rub softly over the affected area.
General Methods of Application
Apply diluted. Aromatically. Topically. Internally.
Those with sensitive skin should dilute the oil with a carrier oil. Avoid touching the eyes, ears, and other sensitive areas with the oil. People who are nursing, pregnant, or are receiving medical attention should consult their physician before use. Additionally, make sure to store the oil away from children.
Blend Recipe: Festive Cheer Room Spray
1 Tbsp Pure Vanilla Extract
3 drops Cassia Essential Oil
3 drops Clove Essential Oil
3 drops Wild Orange Essential Oil
Distilled or Tap Water
Uplift your spirits with a warm and cheery room spray during the holiday season by simply combining all ingredients in an 8 ounce glass spray bottle, filling the remainder with distilled water. Shake vigorously to blend and spray in the air as needed.