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October 29, 2014


stack of cinnamon sticks


Do you know where cinnamon comes from? Bark from a Sri Lankan laurel tree.

September 27, 2003


Mosquitoes in Winter

First, it reduces ice formation within the mosquito’s cells, so that water hardens like glass but doesn’t form ice crystals that can then damage the cells.

September 27, 2003



You probably didn’t know that cinnamon is actually made from tree bark. The cinnamon tree is in the laurel family, and is grown in Sri Lanka.

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