Cassia is a spice that is mostly cultivated in China and Vietnam. Cassia is reddish-brown in
color and forms a coarse powder when powdered. When compared to Cinnamon it has a stronger and
bitter taste. It is more suited to savory dishes than cinnamon which is better for baked goods.
Cassia Rolls are obtained from the bark of the Cinnamomum cassia tree, cleaned and rolled to
nice stick rolls. It is most commonly used for diabetes and in food it is used as a flavoring
agent. It also contains chemicals that activate blood protein which helps in increasing blood
sugar uptake and also helps to stop the growth of some types of solid tumor cells.