The Oil of Self-Assurance
Today’s pod is all about the oil of Self-Assurance.
We are talking about the empowerment of Cassia.
Promotes healthy digestion*
Supports healthy immune function*
Cassia supports a healthy metabolism.*
It helps maintain blood sugar levels already in the normal range.*
Cassia may help to support the health of the liver, kidneys, and urinary tract.*
It has valuable antioxidant properties.*
It maintains the health of the gastrointestinal tract.*
Cassia may help to reduce stress.*
Challenges individuals to try, even when they are afraid of making mistakes***
Assists individuals in discovering your innate gifts and talents***
Take one to two drops internally to promote healthy cardiovascular system function.*
Take Cassia in doTERRA Veggie Capsules to maintain cardiovascular and circulatory health.*
This essential oil promotes healthy digestion.*
It supports healthy immune system and response function.*
It can be used in cooking, either as a replacement for Cinnamon in pies and breads, or by itself in a myriad of entrees and desserts.
Diffuse Cassia for feelings of arousal.
Cassia blends well with citrus oils or White Fir.
Diffuse Cassia with Clove and Ginger during the fall and winter for a happy holiday.
Take one to two drops in doTERRA Veggie Capsules for healthy immune system support.*
Combine one to two drops of Cassia along with Lemon in a glass of water to aid digestion or ward off hunger cravings.*
Massage the body with Cassia and doTERRA Fractionated Oil for a warming sensation.
Put a drop of Cassia in your water when hiking to support hydration. CAUTIONS Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.
Cassia’s Aromatic Description: warming, calming, uplifting
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Gina’s favorite use: This is my go-to for arousal-enhancing moods! I like to use it in my homemade body butter before dates! Also us in my hair with dōTERRA Root Serum.
Janet’s favorite use: In cooking as a replacement for cinnamon – tastes sweeter. Makes a great fruit dip with cream cheese and powdered sugar.
Spicy Fruit Dip
1-8 oz packages of cream cheese
1/4-1/2 cup powdered sugar (depending on preference)
1 drop Cassia Essential Oil
In a large bowl or mixer, add cream cheese and whip together until slightly fluffy.
Add in powdered sugar a little at a time and whip together, tasting as you go and add more until you reach your desired sweetness.
Add in Cassia Essential Oil and stir until combined.
Serve immediately or refrigerate and serve when ready.
Add powdered sugar 1/4 cup at a time, taste as you go and add more until you reach the desired sweetness
Oil Fact Of The Day: The difference between Cassia and Cinnamon is that Cassia is distilled from the stems and bark of the cassia shrub and cinnamon is distilled from the bark of the cinnamon tree.
Libations of the day
GG’s Spicy Peaches & Cream
Grind of Nutmeg
A toothpick dip of doTERRA Cassia Essential Oil
As a comfort drink add cream
A Refreshing drink add Club Soda
Add ingredients to glass with ice and stir, garnish with a peach slice. Enjoy!
Sweet and Spicy Essentialini
2 parts Vodka
1 part Lemon Juice
2 parts Strawberry nectar juice
1 part Simple Syrup
1 drop doTERRA Cassia Essential Oil
1 Strawberry for garnish.
Add ingredients to cocktail shaker with ice and shake, pour into martini glass and garnish with a strawberry. Enjoy!
Using oils with intention
Burning Ritual (Birthing Dragons Ritual):
What Holds You Back and What are you Hiding From
Take a piece of paper and place one drop of doTERRA Cassia essential oil in the middle of it. Close your eyes and call in the most courageous version of yourself and take 3 deep breaths. Feel unashamed, confident, valuable and authentic. Begin to Write down all your fears, what holds you back and what you are hiding from. After you have written everything you want to be rid of – take it and burn it!
For example here are a few things we would list: