Organic Ceylon Cinnamon

$5.00

Cinnamon is a spice that is made from the inner bark of trees called Cinnamomum.

It has been used as an ingredient throughout history, dating back as far as Ancient Egypt. It used to be rare and valuable, and was regarded as a gift fit for kings.

There are two main types of cinnamon:

Ceylon cinnamon:
Also known as “true” cinnamon.

Cassia cinnamon:
This is the more common variety today, what people generally refer to as “cinnamon.”

Ceylon cinnamon has a sweeter, more delicate flavor than Cassia does, which may make it preferable for flavoring desserts and lighter dishes.

But the more important distinction may be the presence of a chemical called coumarin, a natural plant chemical that acts as a blood thinner. This chemical is present in much higher concentrations in Cassia than in Ceylon cinnamon. It is contraindicated for anyone taking prescription blood thinners.

Coumarin has also been shown to be toxic to the liver and kidneys, and it may also be carcinogenic, which can negate any health benefits of cinnamon.

Benefits -

- Helps control blood sugar

- Serves as an anti-bacterial agent

- Improves blood lipid profiles

- Serves as an anti-inflammatory

- Can help thin blood

- Protects against various forms of cardiovascular and coronary artery disease

- Anti-clotting effect on the blood

- Natural food preservative

- Stops medication resistant yeast infections

- Smelling cinnamon boosts memory

- Protect the colon against cancer

- Effective against head lice

- Protects against stroke

Source of:
- Manganese
- Iron
- Calcium
- Fiber

Suggested Uses:

Powder:
1-3 Teaspoons Daily for overall health maintenance and flavor.

Capsules -
1 capsule daily for health maintenance
3 capsules daily to help with various ailments.

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**CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN IF YOU ARE PREGNANT AND OR BREASTFEEDING BEFORE CONSUMPTION.**

*DISCLAIMER* ALL SUGGESTED USES AND DOSAGE AMOUNTS ARE BASED ON PERSONAL EXPERIENCE ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE DEEMED AS PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL PRACTICES. WE ARE NOT LISCENSED PRACTIONERS AND AS SUCH THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED AS PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL OPINION.

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