Cinnamon has been known from antiquity. Aromatic bark of an evergreen tree of Ceylon cinnamon tree (Cinnamomum verum) was known in Ancient Egypt and in China for two thousand years before our era. In the Egyptian manuscript found mention of how far the country had sent several ships, who returned several months later with a cargo of ivory, gold and cinnamon. For the price, at the time, cinnamon was comparable to gold. Preserved information that in Ancient Greece, 35 kg of cinnamon was estimated at 5 kg of gold, and in some countries the price has increased to 1 kg of gold per 1 kg of cinnamon. In those days the spice sometimes paid wages and taxes. Fragrant
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The richness of taste real English tea Clipper truly deserves Your attention. Its diversity will satisfy the most demanding connoisseurs. Green tea Clipper with mint, Aloe Vera, ginseng, Echinacea and Jasmine, as well as decaffeinating and white tea will give You unforgettable moments of pleasure and will be an indispensable source of health for You and Your family.
Tea Clipper was established in 1984 Mike and Lorraine Brehm (Mike and
Lorraine Brehme). Tea of this quality was not widely circulated at the time, and had great success.
The company took a big step forward when she became a member of the Association of fair trade (Fair-trade Foundation). Continue reading
Have you ever thought about what the product has always been beneficial and safe, can be harmful to health . There is a sense to look into this product as green tea. It’s no
secret that he has gained incredible popularity in the post-Soviet space relatively recently. He is credited with many of the properties are able to improve human and about its possible harm are hard to find. But each of us understands that the coin has two sides. The purpose of this article to determine whether there is harm to the green tea or is it a completely safe product. First we need to decide what are the distinguishing features of green tea and black.
Differences of green tea and black
Green and black tea, originally produced from a single plant of the theaceae family. They only differ in the technological process of processing of the leaves. The difference Continue reading