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Inactivation of Escherichia coli O157:H7 by cinnamic aldehyde purified from Cinnamomum cassia
Insecticidal and fumigant activities of Cinnamomum cassia
bark-derived materials against Mechoris ursulus (Coleoptera: Attelabidae).
Besides salt and pepper, cinnamon is the best-known and most commonly used spice in American kitchens, but ironically, it is usually cassia (Cinnamomum cassia
) and not true cinnamon that most Americans consume.
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The diabetic mice were randomly assigned to three therapy groups and orally administered with different prescription proportions of Rhizoma Coptidis and Cinnamomum cassia
Bruns: "I found Hydrastis canadensis, Curcuma longa and Cinnamomum cassia
extracts to be the most potent.
Hence there is no strong evidence to confirm that these reported biological activities are from authenticated Ceylon cinnamon (true cinnamon) since the genus contains four economically important cinnamon species such as Cinnamomum zeylanicum or CAnnamomum verum (Ceylon cinnamon or true cinnamon), CAnnamomum aromaticum (Cinnamomum cassia
or Chinese cinnamon), Cinnamomum burmannii (Korintje, Java, or Indonesian cinnamon), and Cinnamomum loureiroi (Vietnamese or Saigon cinnamon) .
The results showed that two of the three samples from Cinnamomum cassia
were rich in B-type procyanidin oligomers, and the other sample was rich in A-type procyanidin oligomers.
Cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia
) bark is widely used by traditional and modern herbalists for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antimicrobial and antidiabetic effects.