Cassia oil is derived from the leaves of Cinnamomum cassia, which is a popular type of cinnamon tree. The oil is steam distilled from the leaves, and has a sweet, spicy scent that makes it perfect for use in fragrance and flavor applications. Cassia oil contains a high concentration of cinnamic aldehyde, which gives it its unique aroma and flavor.
Cassia Oil Description:
Cassia oil is a clear to pale yellow liquid with a sweet, spicy aroma. It is obtained by steam distillation of the leaves of the cinnamon tree (Cinnamomum cassia).
Cassia oil contains a high concentration of cinnamic aldehyde, which gives it its unique aroma and flavor. The oil also contains other compounds such as linalool, Eugenol, and Benzaldehyde.
Cassia oil is commonly used in fragrance and flavor applications due to its unique scent and flavor. It can be used in perfumes, candles, soaps, cosmetics, and food products. The oil can also be used for aromatherapy purposes.
Cassia oil is considered to be non-toxic and non-sensitizing. However, it can cause irritation if it comes into contact with the skin or eyes. It should be used in low concentrations and avoided during pregnancy.
Do not ingest cassia oil. If ingested, seek medical help immediately.
Keep out of reach of children and pets. Store in a cool, dark place.