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  • Material100% pure and herbal
  • Weight25 kg
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Cassia oil is produced from results in by vapor distillation of Cassia place.Cassia oil is produced from Cinnamomum cassia (also known as C. aromaticum and Laurus cassia) of the Lauraceae close relatives. It is also known as incorrect nutmeg and cassia ligne

Cassia is used as an incense in challenging respiration or if a individual has experienced a surprise. It promotes pleasure and actual energy. It was given to the best competitors to create them powerful. It was used by military to create them skilled at war. It is excellent to use if you are going to have a conflict with someone and you need to be psychologically powerful.” Though we do not know exactly what the Israelites believed about cassia and its fragrance, possibilities are it is just like what the Tibetans think about it these days.

Cassia has been used medicinally in indian suppliers for several million season because of its excellent therapeutic value. It can be used to cure feeling sick, flatulant and diarrhoea.the oil has several healing qualities such as germ eliminating, anti-diarrhea, carminative, anti-emetic , eliminating various kinds of viruses and infection. It can also used for solds, flu, fevers, joint disease, rheumatism. we provide top excellent quality Cassiaoil which can be used straight as per the prescription

Cassia oil should not be used in massage treatment.

Its debris is actually used taste meals and drinks, just like unique Cinnamon.

Precautions :
Cassia oil should not be used on the epidermis as it is a epidermis nuisance, epidermis sensitizer and is a mucous tissue layer nuisance. It must also be prevented in maternity.

Specification :
Cassia Oil Indicative Index : 1.452 Particular Gravity: 0.883 Primary Constituent: Cinnamic Aldehyde Component (Bark): Cassia

Cassia oil is acquired by vapor distillation of the results in, debris, branches and stalks of Cassia Angustifolia of Native indian Source.

Description : Light yellow-colored to yellow-colored fluid liquid with enjoyable, fragrant and attribute smell.

Uses : foods, drinks, perfumery, toiletries and beauty products.

Storage : In well fixed package, in awesome and black place.

Refractive Index : 1.452

Specific Gravity : 0.883

Main Constituent : Cinnamic Aldehyde

Ingredient (Bark) : Cassia

CASSIA CINNAMON Side Effects & Safety :
Cassia nutmeg is likely safe when used in quantities commonly discovered in foods and in medicinal doses.

It is Possibly unsafe when taken in considerable quantities, long-term. Taking considerable quantities of cassia nutmeg might cause adverse reactions in some people. Cassia nutmeg can contain considerable quantities of a chemical called coumarin. In people who are sensitive, coumarin might cause or worsen liver organ illness.

When applied to the epidermis, cassia nutmeg can sometimes cause epidermis irritation and allergic epidermis reactions.

Special Precautions & Warnings :

Pregnancy and breast-feeding : Not enough is known about the use of cassia nutmeg during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Stay prepared and avoid use.

Diabetes : Cassia nutmeg can affect glucose levels in people with diabetic issues. Watch for signs of low blood vessels glucose levels (hypoglycemia) and monitor your blood vessels glucose levels carefully, if you have diabetic issues and use cassia nutmeg in quantities larger than the quantities normally discovered in food.

Liver disease : Cassia nutmeg contains some chemicals that might harm the liver organ. If you have liver organ illness, don’t take cassia nutmeg in quantities larger than the quantities normally discovered in food.

Surgery : Cassia nutmeg might affect blood vessels glucose levels and might interfere with blood vessels glucose levels control during and after surgery treatment. Quit taking cassia nutmeg at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery treatment.