Cinnamon (Rou Gui, Que)
Cinnamon is a fragrant tree bark native to Southeast Asia and South America but used worldwide in cooking, baking, marinating or infused into teas, coffee and elixirs. Regarded as one of the most popular spices, Cinnamon is found in many Asian cuisines such as "Pho"( Vietnamese beef noodle soup) and stews. Cinnamon carries a sharp aroma and a lasting sweet taste. This popular tree bark also carries many healing benefits and is used in many natural remedies.
- Reduces cardiovascular disease
- Anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties
- Anti-inflammatory properties
- Lowers blood sugar levels
- Digestive and gut health
- High in antioxidants
- Prevents cancer
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