Hoe to make Cinnamon Toothpicks
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How to make Cinnamon Toothpicks at home

How to make Cinnamon Toothpicks begins by informing you that the toothpicks offered by us are made from real Cinnamon branches and no flavours or colours added.

As many of you would like to make your own Cinnamon flavoured barbecue sticks please follow the below recipe.

1)Purchase 02 ounces of Cinnamon Bark Oil .This should be enough to flavour 500 toothpicks.

2)Pour the Cinnamon Bark oil in to a suitable bottle that could be closed. The Cinnamon Bark oil should only cover the base of the bottle. It is important that you use a bottle that could be closed so that any left over oil could be reused.

3)Place your sticks in to the bottle and close the cap. The Cinnamon oil should travel towards the top of the the sticks.Keep the bottle closed over night.

4)The following morning you could remover the sticks from the bottle and leave to dry on a suitable surface. Avoid direct sunlight and place the sticks on a surface which will not absorb the Cinnamon Oil.

5)You could make use of the sticks once the surface is dry to touch.Pack the sticks in a air tight container so that the Cinnamon fragrance will be preserved.

"The more you chew the hotter it tastes"

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100 Cinnamon Toothpicks with handmade wooden holder
10 x 100 Cinnamon Toothpicks in a wooden Box

The only Toothpick that is totally chewable


Chewing Cinnamon Toothpicks may boost brain activity !

Research led by Dr. P. Zoladz and presented April 24, 2004, at the annual meeting of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences, in Sarasota, FL, USA found that chewing cinnamon flavored gum or just smelling cinnamon enhanced study participants' cognitive processing. Specifically, cinnamon improved participants' scores on tasks related to

  • attentional processes
  • virtual recognition memory
  • working memory
  • and visual-motor speed while working on a computer-based program

Participants were exposed to four odorant conditions: no odor, peppermint odor, jasmine, and cinnamon, with cinnamon emerging the clear winner in producing positive effects on brain function. Encouraged by the results of these studies, researchers will be evaluating cinnamon's potential for enhancing cognition in the elderly, individuals with test-anxiety, and possibly even patients with diseases that lead to cognitive decline. (May 9, 2004)

So go ahead and stimulate your brain with Cinnamon Toothpicks.


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