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Day 15 - Cassia

Cassia comes from a tree grown in China where it has long been used in Chinese herbal medicine. The tree is closely related to the cinnamon tree, and often, the cinnamon that you buy in the store is actually cassia. 325 more words

Cassia

Among the oldest known spices. It’s Hebraic root is qadad, meaning “to bow the head in reverence.” Is it any wonder that God mandated Cassia to be an ingredient in the temple incense? 34 more words

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Cervical Dystonia (Torticollis)

Spasmodic torticollis, or Cervical dystonia, is a painful condition in which your neck muscles contract involuntarily, causing your head to twist or turn to one side, or forward or backward. 349 more words

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