Ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Israel and Cassia essential oil.
Cassia comes from the Hebrew word, "kadad" or "?etzi'ot" which means to bow the head, to stoop and to strip off. This is clearly a picture of humility. Cassia is one of the 4 fragrant components in the Holy Anointing Oil. Cassia bark is aromatic, with the flavor and aroma of cinnamon, just fainter. The outer surface is rough and a mixture of grey and brown while the inside bark is smoother and reddish-brown. Like cinnamon the leaves of the cassia shrub are first stripped off and then the bark is ground into a fine powder. This portrays clearly how Yeshua sacrificially laid down His own life and His willingness to empty Himself out and be stripped of His divine rights.
This fragrance reminds us to honor others and follow the example of the Servant of all who was willing to take on his self everything that offended God. This is an oil that speaks of humility, pride being stripped away, and a servant heart emerging in the life of a person. Cassia oil is also the most antiseptic of all known essential oils and is considered by many as a tonic and stimulant. It can effectively treat nausea.
This is the oil of humility and surrender.
Scriptures relates with this oil can be found on: