Definition of Canella bark
1. Noun. Highly aromatic inner bark of the Canella winterana used as a condiment and a tonic.
Group relationships: Canella Winterana, Canella-alba, White Cinnamon Tree, Wild Cinnamon
Generic synonyms: Bark
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Literary usage of Canella bark
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1. A German-English Dictionary for Chemists by Austin McDowell Patterson (1917)
"weisser Zimt, canella bark, canella.—chinesischer Zimt, cassia bark. Zimt-, cinnamic; cinnamon. Zimtaldehyd, n. cinnamaldehyde, cinnamic aldehyde. ..."
2. Materia medica, pharmacy, pharmacology and therapeutics by William Hale-White (1895)
"No Tannin is present. Dose, 15 to 60 gr. ; [i. to 4. gm.] ACTION AND USES. canella bark is an aromatic bitter stomachic, not often prescribed. ..."
3. C.E. Hobbs' Botanical Hand-book: Of Common Local, English, Botanical and by Charles E. Hobbs (1876)
"... Clove bark, canella bark, Clove bark, China cinnamon canella bark, Canna starch, tt tt St. Kitts' arrow root, Indian shot plant, Great canna, ..."