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Parts Using Cinnamon

 In Western medicine, the effects of cinnamon include stimulating blood circulation (blood circulation), enhancing breathing. In addition, it causes vasoconstriction, increased secretion, uterine contractions, and increased intestinal motility. Cinnamon essential oil has strong antiseptic properties.

In Oriental medicine, the use of cinnamon is known as treating eye pain, asthma cough, nourishing postpartum women, abdominal pain, diarrhea, diabetes, etc. However, some users have encountered side effects that make them sick. aggravated illness. Therefore, you need to consult an expert before you want to use it. When used, this medicinal herb can be combined with other herbs or used alone.

Cinnamon has a spicy, sweet taste, great heat, and is slightly toxic, attributed to the meridians and kidneys. According to ancient documents, this medicine has the effect of complementing the general fire, treating the cold and cold, used to treat leg cramps, back and knee numbness, abdominal pain, difficulty urinating.

Parts Using Cinnamon

Usually, people peel the bark (cinnamon) to use as medicine or spice. In life, cinnamon essential oil is also often used because of its many health benefits.

Peeling is usually carried out in April-May and September-October. At this time, the tree has a lot of resin, easy to peel, not to miss the heart (if you peel the heart off, it will be considered less valuable). Peels in other locations are classified separately and have different names:

  1. The bark taken from below the ground from 0.2–0.4m to 1.2m is called lowland cinnamon, not of high value.
  2. The part of the bark from 1.2m above the ground to the first branched trunk is called Thuong Chau cinnamon. This is the best part, great value.
  3. Peeled bark on large branches will be called upper cinnamon.
  4. The peeled bark on small branches is called cinnamon chi. This name is also sometimes used to refer to the dried young branches.

One cinnamon tree gives an average of 30kg of good and 10kg of medium. For the peeled bark on the trunk and large branches, after harvesting, it must be brought back to incubate. Without annealing, the finished product will also lose its value. With the bark on the small branches, just dry in the cool.

This medicinal herb is also sometimes crushed into powder or soaked in alcohol, making syrup for use.

Cinnamon decorations

Currently, besides the usual cinnamon used as a spice, which is popular in the domestic market as well as in many foreign markets,

There is still another type of cinnamon called forest cinnamon.

Although this type of cinnamon has very little flavor, it has a much nicer appearance than regular cinnamon.

Forest cinnamon looks thicker and has a natural reddish color, highly aesthetic.

In the past, forest cinnamon was mainly used for incense or wood. However, in recent years, cinnamon has been interested by many international customers for decorative purposes.

They think that forest cinnamon is very suitable for decoration because not only does it look better than regular cinnamon, but the price of forest cinnamon is also much cheaper.

Currently, many countries in Europe and the United States love to use cinnamon as decorations during holidays, especially Christmas and New Year.

They pay little attention to the taste of Cinnamon but only need beautiful and cheap cinnamon sticks for decoration.Therefore, forest cinnamon is an optimal choice for decorative purposes.

The effect of cinnamon decorations

  • Cinnamon whole tree used for home decoration, Christmas decoration in vintage style
  • Cinnamon is already tied with string, easy to hang the pine tree, cinnamon ornaments, cinnamon christmas
  • Natural exfoliation for lips, helping your lips plump
  • The effect of reducing pain and inflammation caused by rheumatism
  • Decoration materials, Decor
  • Decorating a cup of scented candles
  • Decorate the desk
  • Decorate around flower vases, feng shui flower pots…
  • Deodorize the air

Doispice is a leader in the development of spices originating from the mountains and forests of Vietnam. Including cinnamon decorations, cinnamon ornaments, cinnamon christmas…

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Address: 40 Phung Hung, Hoa Binh, Vietnam

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