Cassia Bark CO2 Extract
Botanical Name: Cinnamomum cassia
Method: CO2 Extract
Size: 5 ml. Violetglass bottle
Uses: Analgesic • Anesthetic • Antibacterial • Blood Thinner • Antifungal • Antiviral • Aphrodisiac • Antiseptic • Astringent • Digestive • Parasiticide • Stimulant
Cassia is a broad spectrum antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-fungal. It is a good oil to take internally for candida and bacterial infections. It is a great choice for clearing urinary tract infections, vaginal infections, viruses, and skin staph infections.
I have enjoyed diffusing this oil, especially in floral blends, and citrus or spicy blends. Its aroma warms the spirit, and purifies the environment, neutralizing molds and micro-organisms from the air.
You may also add a drop of cassia to a tea or tonic for the kidneys. It is also effective in parasite formulas, in very small amounts.
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