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Cinnamon comes from Greek meaning sweet wood. Included in the family Laureceae, cinnamon tree (Cinnamomum zeylanicum or scientific name), trees have a maximum height of 9 meters with bark smooth gray. Small flowering with white or yellowish forming cluster. Combine cinnamon powder on the cake or add small pieces of cinnamon to decorate your cake.
In addition as fragrances and flavor enhancer in foods and beverages, cinnamon has some efficacy to relieve health problems because cinnamon contains manganese, iron and calcium. The benefits to health complaints, such as to lower blood sugar, lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, improve memory, relieve muscle and joint pain, solve the problem gums and teeth, mouth sores, relieve headaches, migraine, overcome strep throat, relieve stomach problems and cramps during menstruation and eliminate the problem of bad breath.
For the problem of sore throat, mouth sores or bad breath, just rinse with boiling water in the ratio ½ teaspoon cinnamon with 1 cup water.
For longer storage, cinnamon in powder form is more appropriate because it can be stored for 6 months, while cinnamon sticks are not for cinnamon in powder form. Cinnamon Keep in a cool, dry and dark.