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Cinnamon Sticks-100 g (1 Pack) - Packaging Varies

cinnamon sticks Healthy & Delicious also used as an all-natural potpourri.Spicy World's Cinnamon sticks have a pleasant homey fragrance with a sweet and spicy flavor. Our Cinnamon sticks can be used for any handicraft necessity including daystar, reindeer
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Cinnamon Sticks- 100 g (1 Pack) - Packaging Varies
Cinnamon was one of the first spices sought in the explorations of the 15th and 16th Century.
The agreeably sweet, woody aroma is quite delicate, yet intense.
The taste is well defined fragrant and warm. uited to both sweet and savoury dishes.
cinnamon sticks are also used as an all-natural potpourri.

cinnamon forms an essential part of most cuisine. Cinnamon is also widely used in chocolates, chocolate desserts, cakes and drinks. 
Cinnamon sticks can be used for any handicraft necessity including daystar, reindeer ornaments, candles, and centerpieces.
Bark of Cinnamonum Aromaticum (Cassia Bark) Also known as Cassia Cinnamon or Round Cinnamon.

People have used cinnamon since 2000 BC in Ancient Egypt, where they regarded it highly. In medieval times,
doctors used it to treat conditions such as coughing, arthritis, and sore throats.
People can also use cinnamon essential oil and supplements.

Some studies have suggested that the compounds in cinnamon have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, and antimicrobial properties,
and that they might offer protection from cancer and cardiovascular disease, among other conditions. 

The cinnamon in your spice rack is most likely Cinnamomum cassia,
which is native to China and the most common type sold in the United States and Canada.Emilija Manevska/Getty Images
What Is Cinnamon and Where Does It Come From?
Cinnamon is an ancient spice that comes from the bark of several species of the Cinnamomum genus of evergreen trees,
which belong to the laurel family. The most popular types of cinnamon are native to Sri Lanka and China.
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