Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Powder 4oz

Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Powder 4oz

  • USDA Organic Certified & Non-GMO

  • 100% Pure and nonirradiated

  • Extracting/Drying Method: Sun Dried

  • Kosher

  • Raw

  • Vegan

  • Country of Origin: Sri Lanka and/or India

Health Function*

Overall health
Blood sugar support
Immune support
Cardiovascular support
Nervous system support

Your Tree of Lif3 Organic Ceylon Cinnamon powder comes in a resealable bag. Please keep airtight for optimum freshness.

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More on Ceylon Cinnamon*

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

It is made by cutting the stems of the  Cinnamomum tree. The inner bark is then extracted and the woody parts removed from it. When it dries, it forms strips that curl into rolls, called cinnamon sticks. The sticks can be ground to form the cinnamon powder.

Cinnamon is a highly delicious spice and has been prized for its medicinal properties for thousands of years. Modern science has now confirmed what people have instinctively known for ages.

Cassia vs. Ceylon Cinnamon

Did you know there are 2 types of cinnamon?

Cassia cinnamon, also known as Chinese or Saigon cinnamon is different from Ceylon cinnamon or True Cinnamon. 

While both have some common benefits, research strongly shows that regular and high doses of cassia cinnamon can be toxic. This is mainly due to a relatively high amount of "Coumarin" which is a chemical flavoring compound found in many varieties of Cassia cinnamon. The amount of coumarin in cassia cinnamon (5%) is much higher than that in Ceylon cinnamon (0.0004%). Coumarin has been linked to many health conditions, including damage to the liver and kidneys. It is said that one should not exceed more than 1tsp of cassia cinnamon daily, because of its toxic effects on the body. There is not such limit put on the Ceylon variety. 

Tree of Lif3 Cinnamon is TRUE CEYLON ORGANIC Cinnamon from Sri Lanka and India. 

Health benefits of Ceylon Cinnamon

  • Loaded with Antioxidants - contains large amounts of highly potent polyphenol antioxidants

  • Anti-inflammatory properties

  • May cut the risk of heart disease - cinnamon has been known to reduce levels of total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, while keeping HDL levels stable

  • Has been shown to stabilize and balance insulin levels

  • Lowers blood sugar levels and has a powerful anti-diabetic effect

  • May have beneficial effects on neurodegenerative diseases

  • May have protective effects against cancer

  • Fights bacterial and fungal infections

  • Helps manage weight

  • Much more!

History of Cinnamon (click here for more...)

Suggested Use

This is the best part! Ceylon cinnamon has a fragrant sweet flavor and is popularly used in baking and as a flavoring for hot (or cold) drinks such as coffee, tea or hot chocolate. It can also be used to bring depth of flavor to savory foods such as salad dressings, rice dishes, lentils, soups, curries and more.

Cinnamon has also largely been used for its preventative and healing properties. Cinnamon and honey especially, is known to be a combination that helps with several conditions. We love to drink a tall glass of cinnamon, apple cider vinegar (or lemon), cayenne and honey water, first thing in the a.m. Try it and you will do your health a great service!

Must try cinnamon recipes

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