Cinnamon Myrtle is found in Sub-Tropical areas of NSW and Queensland. The leaves have a spicy mild cinnamon flavour and aroma. The leaves have elemicin (an essential oil) which is also found in nutmeg.
Savoury dishes - Curries, Moroccan dishes, stews, slow-cooking, chutneys, jams and sauces, rice and pasta.
Desserts - baking, raw-food cakes, home-made chocolates, jams.
Drinks - Juices, cocktails and herbal teas.
Cinnamon Myrtle as a tea may help relieve mild, digestive system ailments
AS A TEA - Add 1/2 tsp to hot water or blend with a range of other teas and beverages.
Cinnamon Myrtle makes a great tea and can be made into a simple home remedy for colic, heartburn and dyspepsia.
Cinnamon Myrtle TEA leaves
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