Cinnamon Chips Organic Cassia Bark, Kitchen Witch Herb for Medicine and Magic, Dried Herb for Home Apothecary Herbal Tea and Herbal Syrup

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  • Materials: Cinnamomum burmanni, Cassia Cinnamon, Cinnamon Chips, Cassia Chips, Organic Cinnamon, Organic Cinnamon Chips, Organic Cassia Chips, Cinnamon Bark, Organic Cinnamon Bark, Indonesian Cinnamon, Korintje Cinnamon, Cinnamon Tea, Herbal Tea

Botanical Name: Cinnamomum burmanii

Common Names: Cassia

Format: Dried, Small Chips

Medicinally, Cinnamon is known as antimicrobial, antispasmodic, carminative, tonic, and warming.

Magically, Cinnamon is associated with luck, lust, and love.

For the full rundown of Cinnamon, including its history, a complete list of magical and medicinal properties, holistic uses, and simple spells, visit www.witchygypsymomma.com/magical-and-medicinal-herbs

Cassia cinnamon sticks have been an important spice within international trade for thousands of years. Our organic Cinnamomum burmanni sticks are hand-rolled from freshly harvested bark. They can be added whole to mulling wines or used as a stirrer for coffee, tea, or hot cocoa, simultaneously releasing the stick’s flavor and scent.

Cinnamon was utilized extensively thousands of years ago and is still popular today. Enjoyed since ancient times, cinnamon was mentioned in ancient Egyptian texts, the Bible, and was widely traded thousands of years ago in Europe and in Asia by Arab spice traders. Its scent is uniquely warming, uplifting, and stimulating, and its flavor sweet and delicious, hence the flavor and aroma have been utilized in countless confectionaries, baked goods, perfumes, cosmetics, beverages, and cordials.

Cinnamomum aromaticum is native to China, growing wild in the southern mountains, whereas C. burmannii is native to Indonesia. C. burmannii has smooth branches, aromatic bark and leaves, and glossy, green alternate leaves.

Cinnamomum sp. appears in recorded history dating back to at least 1,700 years B.C.E where it was a component of embalming fluid in ancient Egypt. The Arabs were avid spice traders who provided this spice to the ancient Romans, Greeks, and Hebrews. These cultures treasured cassia as a culinary spice, utilizing it in perfumes as well as foods. Chinese cassia buds have been used in Europe since the Middle Ages, as their aroma is similar to the bark. It is believed that they were part of a spiced wine referred to as 'Hippocras'. European explorers considered cassia and other varieties of cinnamon to be the most sought-after spices of the 15th and 16th centuries, and by the 17th century, cassia was considered a common kitchen spice. By the 19th century, cassia was commonly used to support and soothe digestion. It is a component of 'garam masala', a spice used in Indian cooking comprised of turmeric, peppercorns, cloves, cumin, and cardamom. Further, it is found in many Middle Eastern and North African dishes, as a spice for lamb or stuffed eggplant.

As C. aromaticum is native to China, it has been used there extensively for thousands of years in TCM (traditional Chinese medicine). It is believed to balance the spleen, kidney, heart, and liver meridians and to stimulate circulation and the movement of 'chi' or energy. It is considered to be warming to the kidneys and is particularly useful in cold or stagnant conditions. In Ayurveda (traditional Indian system of healing) cassia is referred to as 'twak' and believed to support the respiratory, digestive, nervous, circulatory, urinary, and reproductive systems. Traditionally, cassia has been considered a highly valued and multipurpose nourishing herb. According to the Ayurvedic practitioner, Karta Khalsa, "the classic patient who can benefit from cinnamon is cold, dry, and frail."

Available in a one ounce size. For larger sizes, please message me directly and I can create a custom listing for you.


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I am not a doctor. I hold no certifications or licenses. Any medical claims are based on my own herbal studies. All products are NOT approved or evaluated by the FDA. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. Traditional folk medicine is my inspiration. I encourage you to do your own research and come to your own conclusions before partaking of any substance, natural or otherwise. By purchasing this product, you are releasing the maker/manufacturer from product liability and assuming all risks and liability for your own health and well-being.

All products are homemade using sterile instruments and the highest of standards in regard to clean environment and utensils. My products are organically sourced from farmers and wholesalers who produce, cultivate, and clean according to organic standards. These spices, herbs, and teas are produced in full accordance to organic standards but cannot be labeled as certified organic because my facility is not certified for organic production. Any ingredient that is NOT organic will be marked with a (*).

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