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Cinnamon – Side Effects and Benefits

Botanical Name of Cinnamon: Cinnamomum verum. Other Common Names: Cassia, Ceylon cinnamon, kayu manis, canela, vayana. Habitat: It requires hot and humid tropical weather and though native to South India and Sri Lanka, it is widely grown in countries such…

Apple Pear Cinnamon Puree for Babies

  The most popular choice for the baby’s first food is an Apple and Pear because, they are easily digestible, sweet and unlikely to cause allergies. So they can be started in the 5th Month. Please introduce apple and pear separately…

Cinnamon Leaves

Cinnamon leaves are known and favoured for the wonderful flavour and aroma it gives sweet and baked foods. A very versatile plant as the leaves, bark and powder can all be used. The leaves, scientifically known as“cinnamomum verum” is used…

Cinnamon Spice Muffins

Lissa Coffey Ayurvedic Cooking, Ayurvedic Cooking 588 Views Cinnamon, spice and everything nice! You can make this vegan or vegetarian – just switch out the milk and eggs with vegan versions. INGREDIENTS: – 1 3/4 cups flour– 1 1/2 teaspoons baking…

Cinnamon: Sweet Sensation

  Cinnamomum zeylanicum / Cinnamomum cassia • Sanskrit: Tvak • Hindi: Dalchini Cinnamon is called tvak in Sanskrit, which literally means skin. You see, cinnamon is obtained by peeling off the sweet inner bark, or skin, of the tree- thus tvak.…