Ceylon cinnamon


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Noun1.Ceylon cinnamon - tropical Asian tree with aromatic yellowish-brown barkCeylon cinnamon - tropical Asian tree with aromatic yellowish-brown bark; source of the spice cinnamon
cinnamon - spice from the dried aromatic bark of the Ceylon cinnamon tree; used as rolled strips or ground
laurel - any of various aromatic trees of the laurel family
Cinnamomum, genus Cinnamomum - Asiatic and Australian aromatic trees and shrubs
cinnamon, cinnamon bark - aromatic bark used as a spice
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The foremost objectives of this event was to promote the Sri Lankan natural products such as Ceylon tea, Ceylon Cinnamon, Ceylon Coffee and their effect on healthy living and to promote the International Traditional and Complementary Medicine, Educational Exhibition and Trade Fair 2017- TradMed International 2017 Sri Lanka to which USJP became an affiliated partner.
At the Sri Lankan culinary stall, an awareness program on Ceylon Cinnamon and Ceylon Tea was conducted which received appreciation by the visitors.
More than 100 varieties of fruit and veg are grown on the farm (including some of Sri Lanka's 60 banana varieties) but the family head tells us endemic Ceylon cinnamon is one of their bestsellers.
Complete features Cran D'Or cranberry extract combined with such botanicals as Ceylon cinnamon, d-mannose, uva ursi leaf, dandelion root and com silk powder, according to the company, which says the ingredients help the product achieve 135 mg of antioxidants from proanthocyanidins (PACs) per serving.
Evaluation of the wound healing activity of an ethanolic extract of ceylon cinnamon in mice.
a) Cinnamomum zeylanicum (cinnamon), also called Ceylon cinnamon or true cinnamon
cooked with whole Ceylon Cinnamon sticks and Brandy from Free Run Cellars in Baroda, Mich.
Some of his flavor combinations include olive oil and mandarin; jasmine, mango and candied grapefruit; and pistachio, Ceylon cinnamon and cherries.
Cassia cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) is spicier and tarter than Ceylon cinnamon (Cinnamcmium zeylanicum), which has a more flowery aroma.
True Ceylon cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum), sometimes called "Sri Lankan cinnamon," is the inner layer of bark of a tropical evergreen tree related to bay laurel.
Ceylon cinnamon contains very little coumarin, a naturally occurring substance that has been linked to liver damage in people sensitive to the substance.