I would like to reiterate that the results you see from Cassia are not permanent, so you will need to keep doing these treatments to get the benefits. I’ve read that it has a cumulative effect, so the more times you do it the better your results will be. It is recommended to do this once a month.
-Apply Cassia Paste to clean, damp or dry hair. Apply the mixture in layers from back to front. – Wrap your hair and leave it on for at least 3-4 hours. – Rinse or wash out the paste.
Mix 1-2 tablespoons of cassia with some warm water until it has the consistency of yogurt. Apply to clean hair, first on the scalp and then gently sweep over the hair. On normal hair, leave on for a few minutes and on damaged hair, wrap and cover hair and leave on for up to an hour.
Cassia strengthens hair roots, stimulates hair growth and thickens hair, keeping it strong and healthy. Cassia is also a brilliant hair shine conditioner that gives you shiny shiny hair, especially on blonde hair.
Benefits of Cassia: Adds shine to hair. Nourishes and strengthens the hair. Helps with scalp problems (it has antimicrobial and antifungal properties)
Cassia: Highlighting or Brightening Hair Mask
When oxidized for at least 12 hours and acidified with an acidic ingredient (like yogurt or lemon juice) and mixed with an infusion of chamomile, Cassia can release bright and golden highlights.
Cassia obovata is safe to use on damaged, bleached and colored hair and can last anywhere from a few washes to permanently. It gives a nourishing effect to dark hair and a boost of color to blonde hair. If you want to color or condition your hair with Cassia obovata, read on.
The cassia plant contains a natural golden dye that binds to the protein in the hair and lightens your blonde or gray hair. It will not color or lighten darker shades but is a great natural conditioning treatment.
Contrary to popular belief, Cassia dyes light hair. The natural yellow compounds in chrysophanic acid give blonde or gray hair a golden or blonde hue depending on how long it is left on your hair.
(also known as neutral henna or senna) is a natural Ayurvedic herb. This Ayurvedic herb makes your hair shiny, stronger, thicker, dandruff-free and healthy. Cassia Obovata gives you all the benefits of henna with no color results on dark hair tones.
Both Ceylon and Cassia are healthy and delicious. However, if you intend to consume large amounts of this spice or take a dietary supplement, cassia can be harmful due to the coumarin content. Finally, Ceylon cinnamon is of better quality and much safer.
Cassia cinnamon contains chemicals that appear to improve insulin sensitivity, which may help control blood sugar in diabetics. It also contains cinnamaldehyde. This chemical could help fight bacteria and fungus. Cassia cinnamon is a very common spice and flavoring in foods.
Cassia is similar to henna… although it’s a very different plant, it has some of the same conditioning effects without the color. Like henna, cassia strengthens the hair shaft, improves overall health and adds lots of shine.
Cassis oil can be used in pies, breads and other appetizers or desserts. Because cassia is a close relative of cinnamon, it can replace cinnamon in many different foods. In addition to its uplifting aroma, cassia oil can also induce feelings of excitement. Get the most out of cassia by diffusing for its aromatic benefits.
Cassia Obovata also offers most of the same wonderful properties as henna without depositing noticeable hair color on dark hair. This is excellent for those who don’t want red hair. It doesn’t loosen the curl pattern in the same way that henna does.
Cassia auriculata adds very little color to hair compared to Cassia obovata. None will lighten dark hair. Cassia auriculata improves hair’s curl pattern and increases shine, strength and volume of hair.
Cassia for coloring
Add 1 tbsp of aloe powder and honey for every 100g of cassia obovata powder. Color payoff is important when you want to give your hair golden/strawberry tones. For best results, leave cassia free for 3-4 hours to overnight.