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Cinnamon (Cinnamommon zeylanicom)
Family: Lauraceae
Wild: Asia
Where we get: Not Ca

Item of interest
• Edible bark
• Magnollid
• New leave bright red, older leaves green (red leave still do photosynthesis, chlorophyll cover by red pigment)
• Antibiotic  Cinnamaldehyde, Eugenol (menthol like good anesthetic)
• Aphrodisiac
o Too much it toxic
o Permanent erection
o Hormonal
• White Spot (dental term for lesion in epithelia)
• Use for 1000 years/ precious spice

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