Cassia Spice plant is widely cultivated in southern China and elsewhere in southern and eastern Asia. It is the most common kind of cinnamon used. The buds are used as a spice in India. It is close relative to Ceylon cinnamon and known as Vietnamese cinnamon. This oil is highly demanded in various industries such as food processing, beverage and pharmaceutical.
|Product Name||:||Cassia spice oil|
|Botanical Name||:||Cinnamomum cassia|
|Other Name||:||Chinese cinnamon|
|Country of Origin||:||Vietnam|
|Odor||:||Sweet Balsam Cinnamon odor|
|Extraction Method||:||Steam Distillation|
|Solubility||:||It is insoluble in water and soluble in alcohol & oils|
Cassia spice oil was produced primarily in the southern provinces and considered as one of the 50 fundamental herbs in traditional Chinese medicine. Cassia was once used by the ancient Romans. Until the 1960s, Vietnam was the world's most important producer of it. But, due of the disruption caused by the Vietnam War, the production of it was increased in Indonesia to meet the demand.
Cassia spice oil works as astringent and antidepressant. This oil treats diarrhoea and improves health. This oil is also used for treating kidney disorders, high blood pressure, chest pain, cancer, and cramps. It is widely used as flavouring agent in food and beverages. This oil is added in desserts, pastries, meat, and other confectionery products. This oil has various properties such as diabetic, antimicrobial, antioxidant, anticancer and lipid-lowering.
Cassia spice oil is ideal to be used for lowering blood sugar levels and reducing heart disease risk factors. It is one of the healthiest spices on the planet. This oil has a spicy and warm aroma. Cassia spice oil improves circulation and relieves menstrual symptoms. It is an antidepressant and boosts the immune system.
Cassia spice oil is easily blended with Cedarwood, Clove, Frankincense, Lavender, Lemon, Wild Orange, and Ylang- Ylang.