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Cinnamon (100g)



Cinnamon- (Cinnamomum cassia) 100g- Culinary Use

Promotes healthy digestion*Stimulates the production of saliva and gastric juicesAids in blood sugar regulation*

Once considered to be more precious than gold in ancient times, cinnamon is widely used as a culinary spice, adding its distinct flavor to both sweet and savory dishes. Cinnamon has also enjoyed a long presence in herbal medicine. Commonly used as a digestive aid, cinnamon stimulates the production of saliva and gastric juices to facilitate digestion. The antimicrobial properties of cinnamon are active against Candida and Helicobacter pylori, the bacterium responsible for stomach ulcers.*

The mild anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, and anti-clotting properties of cinnamon are believed to be from the compound cinnamaldehyde. As an external antifungal, cinnamon is useful in treating foot and nail fungus.*

The use of cinnamon for its positive effects on the blood is promising. The anti-platelet, anti-thrombic, and anti-sclerotic properties of cinnamon encourage blood circulation, especially poor peripheral circulation aggravated by cold weather. Cinnamon is also an effective agent at controlling blood sugar levels thanks to the compound cinnamtannin B1 which helps to combat type II (insulin resistant) diabetes.*

Safety Information:

This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicine Control Council and is not intended to diagnose treat, cure or prevent any dis-ease. Please consult your health practitioner before using this product.






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