Add the cumin, peppercorns, cassia , cardamom and mace to the oil (adding a drop more if needed) and gently fry for 30 seconds, or until you can smell the aroma - don't burn them.
Many of his imports - including hibiscus, azalea, cassia , magnolia, oleander, croton and jasmine - permanently altered the Jamaican scene.
Petra was the capital of the Nabataeans' independent kingdom, and as Greek and Roman demand for such exotic goods as cassia , cinnamon, frankincense, and myrrh increased, so did the prosperity of the Nabataeans.
Many of today's perfume ingredients such as cassia , cinnamon, sandalwood, styrax, benzoin, jasmine, rose, and so on were used for incense by ancient Chinese, Indian or Egyptian cultures already 5000 years ago.
The moon is one of twelve symbols traditionally used to decorate imperial robes, and, on some Qianlong imperial robes, the moon encloses a hare pounding the elixir of immortality beneath a cassia tree.
Pillows filled with the skins of black beans and mung beans, cassia seeds, dried chrysanthemum flowers and tartary buckwheat prove good for the eyesight and for keeping the mind clear.
Because cassia and canella are very coarse and difficult to grind without commercial equipment, they are most often sold in powdered form.
Told he can return to earth once he has cut down a cassia tree, Wu Kang remains to this day on the moon, chopping a tree that magically restores itself.
The baharat spice mix is prepared from black pepper, coriander, cassia , cloves, cumin, cardamom, nutmeg, and paprika.
The Garden City has a number of flowering trees, most of them softwood trees with shallow roots like bright red-coloured Gulmohur, Spathodia, yellow-coloured Dalichanda, cassia species and silver oaks.