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Cinnamon tree




The Cinnamon tree is common in South India. It grows in places up to a height of about 1,500 metres. It is also cultivated in Assam, Bengal and Andamans. It grows naturally in Sri Lanka.

The Cinnamon is an evergreen tree with large leaves, oval in shape, thick, and pointed at tip. The flowers are very small and in large hairy clusters. The fruit is very long, dark purple in colour and has only one seed.

The dried inner bark of the tree branch provides the drug Cinnamon which is effective in diarrhoea, nausea (feeling of sickness) and vomiting. It is also used as condiment.

The Cinnamon bark-oil cures gastric weakness and flatulence. It destroys some germs and fungi. The oil obtained from the leaves is used for local application on rheumatic pains. It is a good preservative for sweets, soaps, etc. ,
Cinnamon tree Reviewed by Computer Help on 02:58:00 Rating: 5 The Cinnamon tree is common in South India. It grows in places up to a height of about 1,500 metres. It is also cultivated in Assam, Benga...

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