This essential oil comes from the bark of the cascarilla tree, a small tropical tree also known as sweet bark or sweet wood bark that is native to the Bahamas and Caribbean Islands. In the past, cascarilla bark was used to dye clothes, until the Chinese discovered its medicinal benefits and made use of it as a tonic and stimulant. Traditionally, cascarilla bark oil has long been used for treating nausea and vomiting. Is also used as a digestive tonic to aid proper digestion and the secretion of digestive juices as well as provide relief from common digestive problems. Today, cascarilla bark oil is considered a great part of modern alternative medicine and is utilized for treating:
Debility and dyspepsia.
Pro tips: Add cascarilla bark oil to your diffuser. The spicy, woody, fresh and rustic scent of this essential oil will not only provide your room with a unique and wonderful aroma, but will also give a mild decongestant effect and help relieve your allergy rhinitis, sinusitis and other upper respiratory problems.