Cassia Whole

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  • Description
    Cassia bark is dark red-brown and is traded either as dark brown slivers or as quills. The aroma and flavor of cassia is highly perfumed, penetrating and sweet, with an agreeable bitterness, which some people prefer over true cinnamon.
  • Culinary Uses
    is used as a flavoring agent for confectionery, desserts, pastries, and meat; it is specified in many curry recipes It is used primarily for its aromatic bark, which is used as a spice. the buds are also used as a spice, especially in India. Cassia Bark powder is used as a flavoring agent for candies, desserts , baked goods and meat. It is specified in many curry recipes where cinnamon is less suitable.
  • Health Benefits
    The simple touch of cinnamon infuses warmth and energy throughout your body. As part of tea blends, cinnamon improves the taste of less tasty herbs, aids digestion and adds powerful antibacterial power to cold and flu. Cassia strengthens the circulatory system and increases blood flow to the joints and other affected areas, according to “Prescription for Nutritional Healing. Cassia is also used to fight the spread of fungal infections such as athlete’s foot.