Cassia Oil (Cinnamomum oil)

Cassia Oil (Cinnamomum oil)

Cinnamon is commonly referred to the bark of a tree cinnamomum zeylancium and is mostly used in cooking. These trees are native to South East Asian region and have spread throughout the world from here. Cinnamon also has its mention in Bible. Cinnamon Oil can be obtained through steam distillation of bark as well as leaves and twigs of the cinnamon tree. Cinnamon leaf Oil is mostly used in aromatherapy and smells like cloves. Cinnamon bark oil is more expensive then the cinnamon leaf oil. Both these oils are also used in fragrance industry.

Styrax Benzoin Oil

Styrax Benzoin Oil

Styrax Benzoin Oil is the oil extracted by solvent from Benzion Gum.
There are two types of benzoin gum used in incense and perfumery, benzoin Siam and benzoin Sumatra. Benzoin Siam is obtained from Styrax tonkinensis, found across Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Benzoin Sumatra is obtained from Styrax benzoin grown on the island of Sumatra. Both varieties are anti-pathogenic resins, which are exuded from the tree when it is damaged.

Bleached Benzoin Gum

Bleached Benzoin Gum

There are two types of benzoin gum used in incense and perfumery, benzoin Siam and benzoin Sumatra. Benzoin Siam is obtained from Styrax tonkinensis, found across Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Benzoin Sumatra is obtained from Styrax benzoin grown on the island of Sumatra. Both varieties are anti-pathogenic resins, which are exuded from the tree when it is damaged.