On the FB page for doTERRA International they are beginning a "Tip-Off Tuesday" Each Tuesday they will present an oil or blend and then we offer our tips. This week was CASSIA essential oil. Here were some of my favorites:
I like it in my oatmeal and other hot cereals, great taste!! RG
I defuse it in my house and it does kill molds! Love it:) TH
I put a drop on the back of my hand and lick it off. Delicious! TMP
oil pulling is taking a small amount of water or fco (fractionated coconut oil) with a few drops essential oils and swishing it around in your mouth and forcing the liquid in between teeth. Do this for anywhere from 1 to 10 mins...great for any toothache pain or gum issues, or just disinfecting
Emotional Healing with Essential Oils by Daniel McDonald says that Cassia
restores confidence and dispels fear. I put it in nasal inhales and share it with my friends and family. We can all use a little more courage! MP
Healthy answer to sugar! EJ
I put it in my Banana Bread when I make it, It makes it so yummy, and also when I make homemade suckers and homemade Taffy.... Brings back so many memories of when I was at home. HDS
I use Cassia for bladder infection, 2 drops in a capsule every half hour until symptoms subside, then 3 capsules a day, continuing for a few days after it's gone. CI
Twice a day on the bottom of my feet for grounding and stress relief during PMS time-or when life in general is a little out of balance. MK
Rub on stomach for stomach pain and digestive issues. AEF
Cassia brings feelings of home, warmth, and security so I dilute it and put it on the bottoms of my kids feet when they don't want to go to school or are missing their Momma! Love the smell...like cinnamon! NL
I had a horrible urinary tract infection and I took 6 drops of cassia in a capsule three times a day for five days. I felt much better after just a couple doses. AMAZING!!!! AR
This is one you don't want to use when you are pregnant or trying to get pregnant. It is a natural contraceptive. But when that isn't a concern, it's a great anti-fungal, anti-viral, and smells amazing diffused! Oh, and be careful on the skin...this one makes me itch!! KK
Cassia also is a anti fungal so for those with in fertility problems it can kill and do away with candida. Which is the yeast in your body that can cause fertility issues :)
I use it on painful cracks on my heal. It stops the pain and helps heal it. Saw a doctor on Dr. Oz, saying that Cassia does everything cinnamon does, but better!
I use it in my slim and sassy shake with the vanilla for a wonderful cinnimon/cassia flavored shake
completely against the grain, but we love it in fat sauce.
1 cube butter
1 cup sugar
1 cup heavy cream
4 drops cassia
melt everything over low heat until sauce forms. pour over pancakes, waffles, french toast, etc CM
Cassia is AWESOME in the Vanilla Trim Shake.. add an apple for a cinnamon apple pie alamode shake! You can also put ONE drop in a zip loc bag with 8-10 apples, cored and sliced,, GREAT party snack,,, and the kids love it,, JS
I use it when I feel like I need a sugar craving. I put a drop in my mouth and I feel like I just had my fav candy, hot tamale's!
I like it to flavor frosting for cupcakes that was yummy!
I love to oil pull thru my teeth and in my mouth with Cassia and fractionated coconut oil every morning for an amazing cleansing and yummy flavor ;) it is also my favorite oil to clean with ;) I spray it on my counters for anti bacterial and cleaning.
I take it in a capsule with grapefruit & coriander to help control blood sugar. 5 coriander/3 grapefruit/3 cassia
I use it on the bottom of my feet when I feel like i'm getting a cold
I love this oil! My favorite way to use it is to take several toothpicks and place in a shallow bowl. I put 4-10 drops of Cassia on the toothpicks depending on how many toothpicks I use, and allow the oil to absorb overnight. Then I put them in an old peppermint beadlet bottle for storage and when I want a fun "cinnamon" toothpick just pop one in my mouth for a hot little treat that last for quite a while. It reminds me of the cinnamon toothpicks the ice cream truck would sell in my neighborhood as a kid as they taste a lot like those... Just better. :-)
i'll go 1st... Cassia is a "driver" oil so I use it on fungal infections going on after melalueca. (it makes it smell better too)
My tip is to help you get off of soda, use 2 drops cassia and 3-5 drops of lemon in a glass of water. It's sweet, spicy and just yummy!
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