cinnamon


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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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Cinnamon Bunn met her and said he would show her around the town.
Most people use cinnamon to flavor their coffee, in baked goods, and in certain savory dishes.
ISLAMABAD -- Cinnamon has the potential to reverse the effects of a high-fat diet by stopping build-up of belly-fat, a study has said.
Cinnamon is the inner bark of a tropical evergreen tree.
by Times News Service Cinnamon is a delicious spice.
A new research from The Rush University Medical Center in California has presented a series of evidence claiming that consuming a cinnamon roll improves a person's learning capabilities.
Geneva, June 24 -- Delivering the keynote address at a Briefing Session organized by the Standard and Trade Development Facility (STDF) Division of WTO held on 21st June 2016 to share Sri Lanka's experience on the Cinnamon Development Project Assistance, R.
Sirinard (2005) prepared bread by adding cinnamon and clove essential oils.
A compound derived from cinnamon is a potent inhibitor of colorectal cancer, indicates research conducted at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy and Cancer Center, Tucson.
Comparative effect of cinnamon and Ibuprofen for treatment of primary dysmenorrhea: A randomised double-blind clinical trial.
Getting a tad festive with this one, I hope you enjoy the wonder that is cinnamon drizzle cake.
And with the help of her fairy godfather Sean, Cinnamon gave birth to 12 puppies after a 15-hour labour.
THE Cinnamon Trust is the national charity for the elderly and terminally ill and their pets.
Our ancestors have been using cinnamon for healing for many centuries.