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Yellow and Blue make Beauty in the Garden

Dateline: July 11, 2014*

When I see the bright yellow flowers of the Partridge Pea (Chamaecrista* fasciculata) I tend to think of Sulphur butterflies because it is a… 414 more words

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Cassia Bark Oil: Why It's Valuable in Traditional Chinese Medicine


What Is Cassia Bark Oil? Cassia bark oil is derived from the Cinnamomum cassia plant of the Lauraceae family. It is frequently compared to cinnamon bark oil and cinnamon leaf oil, which are both extracted from the same plant species. 142 more words

Cassia Bark Oil: Why It's Valuable in Traditional Chinese Medicine


What Is Cassia Bark Oil? Cassia bark oil is derived from the Cinnamomum cassia plant of the Lauraceae family. It is frequently compared to cinnamon bark oil and cinnamon leaf oil, which are both extracted from the same plant species. 142 more words

Cassia Bark Oil: Why It's Valuable in Traditional Chinese Medicine


What Is Cassia Bark Oil? Cassia bark oil is derived from the Cinnamomum cassia plant of the Lauraceae family. It is frequently compared to cinnamon bark oil and cinnamon leaf oil, which are both extracted from the same plant species. 142 more words

Cassia Bark Oil: Why It's Valuable in Traditional Chinese Medicine


What Is Cassia Bark Oil? Cassia bark oil is derived from the Cinnamomum cassia plant of the Lauraceae family. It is frequently compared to cinnamon bark oil and cinnamon leaf oil, which are both extracted from the same plant species. 142 more words

Essential Oils in the Bible

“You love righteousness and hate wickedness; therefore God, Your God, has anointed You with the oil of gladness more than Your companions. All Your garments are scented with myrrh and aloes and cassia, out of the ivory palaces, by which they have made You glad.”
PSALM 45:7-8

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