CASSIA ESSENTIAL OIL
Cassia oil has antiseptic properties that are known to kill various types of bacteria and fungi. Cassia essential oil has been used as a tonic, carminative and stimulant for treating nausea, flatulence and diarrhea. Chinese and Japanese scientists have found that Cassia oil’s sedative effect lowers high blood pressure. Cassia essential oil is a dermal irritant, dermal sensitizer and a mucus membrane irritant. Avoid use during pregnancy. Note: Middle
Cassia Oil is mentioned in Exodus 30:22-31 as part of the Holy Anointing oil. The Hebrew word for the spice Cassia essential oil is similar to the word meaning “to bow down or to pay homage.” The word homage in the Scriptures means “to honor another by bending low with profound respect.” Yeshua’s Bride is to be humble toward all people. She is to bow down in homage to God alone.
Cassia and Cinnamon essential oil are very similar in fragrance because they are actually of the same genus and the Laurel family of plants. Cassia was considered inferior to other plants in the Laurel family, according to the Department of Agriculture.
Isn’t that true of Yeshua’s life? The leaders considered Him of little account because He came from Nazareth, but His Father glorified Him, as mentioned in John 8:54.
Yeshua said, “I honor My Father… I seek not mine own glory” in John 8:49-50.
Like Cassia, Yeshua was considered lowly and honored the Father in everything He did. The leaders considered Him of little account because He came from Nazareth, but His Father glorified Him as mentioned in John 8:54: “Jesus answered, If I honor myself, my honor is nothing: it is my Father that honoureth me; of whom ye say, that he is your God.”
In the middle ages, the Arabs maintained a monopoly of the spice trade by claiming Cinnamon and/or Cassia was harvested from the nests of ferocious birds and had to be gathered under their attack. 
This prized spice was also used by a band of thieves who stole jewels off dead bodies during the Black Plague in Europe without contracting the disease. When the King of England questioned them, he discovered that their secret was essential oils, which included Cinnamon.
In both Hebrew and Arabic, the root word Kiddah signifies “a strip,” referring to the strips of bark from which the spice is made. In addition to honoring and bending down in to pay homage, Cassia spiritually speaks of being stripped of arrogance and pride and walking in humility with a servant’s heart and attitude. This is also one of the fragrances mentioned in Psalm 45:8 that Yeshua garments are soaked in.
Cassia is one of the principle spices in the Holy Anointing Oil and was commonly traded along the incense trail. Cassia was used in the anointing oil to anoint priests, kings, and their garments. Likewise, the coming King Messiah’s robes will smell of Cassia.
In the spiritual sense, Cassia speaks of humility, being stripped of pride, set apart as holy with a servant’s heart. The deep, exotic aroma and the rich color of our new Cassia oil make it a welcome addition to our family of Biblical fragrant anointing oils. Psalm 45:8 “Your robes are all fragrant with Myrrh, Aloes, and Cassia…”
Botanical Name: Cinnamomum cassia
Cinnamic aldehyde: 85%
Plant Part: Leaves
Processing Method: Steam Distilled
Description / Color / Consistency: With a medium to thicker viscosity, it is a transparent pale yellow to reddish liquid.
Aromatic Summary / Note / Strength of Aroma: Cassia Essential Oil has a pungent, warm scent from its 1% to 2% volatile oil that is mainly responsible for the spicy aroma. It is a strong top note.
Product Abstract: Also known as Bastard Cinnamon and Chinese Cinnamon, its first recorded use in China dates back to the Han Dynasty (200 BCE – 200 CE). In Exodus 30, 23, Moses was ordered to use both Cinnamon (Kinnamon) and Cassia (Qesia) together with Myrrh, Sweet Calamus and Olive Oil to produce a holy oil with which to anoint the Ark of the Covenant.
Cassia Essential Oil has antiseptic properties that are known to kill various types of bacteria and fungi. Cassia Essential Oil has been used as a tonic, carminative and stimulant for treating nausea, flatulence and diarrhea. Chinese and Japanese scientists have found that Cassia Essential Oil’s sedative effect lowers high blood pressure. It is a dermal irritant, dermal sensitizer and a mucus membrane irritant. Avoid use during pregnancy. Note: Middle
Cautions: Dilute well before use; for external use only. May cause skin irritation; a skin test is recommended prior to use. Contact with eyes should be avoided.
IMPORTANT: All products are for external use only unless otherwise indicated. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, and it should not be used by anyone who is pregnant or under the care of a medical practitioner.