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  • noun

Synonyms for cinnamon

tropical Asian tree with aromatic yellowish-brown bark

spice from the dried aromatic bark of the Ceylon cinnamon tree

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Mix wine, cranberry juice, cranberries, liqueur, cinnamon sticks and vanilla in large pitcher until well blended.
Put the flour and cinnamon in a bowl and mix well, then stir in the sugar and the oats.
A chemical found within cinnamon can be toxic in large doses to certain people.
Ikhlas Khan and colleagues explain that cinnamon, which comes from the bark of certain trees, is one of the most important flavoring agents used in foods and beverages.
claims that, as of August 2012 there were 51,100 YouTube videos depicting the cinnamon challenge.
This week's recipe for cinnamon chicken curry will certainly bring spice to the plate.
Ceylon cinnamon is thinner, tastes sweet, and is more expensive.
3) who were randomly assigned to receive placebo or a 500 mg daily dose (250 mg capsule twice daily) of the cinnamon extract for two months.
The Swedish study examined the effects of 6 g of cinnamon added to approximately 10 ounces of rice pudding consumed by 14 non-diabetic subjects.
The spice that is called cinnamon comes from the bark of the cinnamon tree.
Unfortunately, the varieties with stunning bark, the cinnamon siblings, are seldom seen.
Research: According to previous studies, cinnamon may have a positive effect on the glycemic control and the lipid profile in patients with diabetes mellitus type 2.
The idea: In test tubes, a constituent of cinnamon called methylhydroxyl chalcone polymer (MHCP) mimics insulin by activating insulin receptors on cell walls.
Heat on the stove and stir in ground cinnamon, powdered ginger, a dash of nutmeg, and some rice syrup, maple syrup, or apple juice concentrate to sweeten.
Cinnamon is a brilliant, often overlooked food with great healing qualities.