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Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Powder

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organic ceylon cinnamon powder True cinnamon, also known as Ceylon cinnamon, comes from the small Cinnamomum verum tree native to Sri Lanka. Most of the cinnamon available in the West, however, is of the Cassia variety, mainly grown in Indonesia and China. Cassia varieties contain a natural blood thinner, coumarin, which can be toxic to the liver in large quantities. Ceylon cinnamon has negligible amounts of coumarin. multiple benefits of consuming cinnamon , including the following: *can lower blood glucose levels by improving the function of insulin, a hormone that coaxes our cells to soak up blood sugar and use it for energy *Cinnamon can kill bacteria, viruses and even some drug-resistant fungi. *Cinnamon is an anti-inflammatory spice *Cinnamon can lower bad (LDL) cholesterol while sparing good (HDL) cholesterol. *Animal studies have shown that cinnamon improves memory and learning and reduces oxidative stress in the brain.

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We would like you to describe the aroma and flavour in a postive way -We would like you to review it as someone who is actually using it and how you use it ( common things people add cinnamon too are coffee, tea, cereal, oatmeal, apples, smoothies etc), brings flavour too many of your favorite foods and drinks - Discuss the beneifts of using ceylon cinnamon and how its helped you(helps regulate blood glucose levels, so its good for both dealing with diabetes and pre-diabetes, helps with inflammation, digestion , boosts brain function, these are just some of the things daily use of ceylon cinnamon helps with) -Because its low in coumarin, thats the toxic compound found in cassia cinnamon, thats the common cinnamon found in most supermarkets, you don't really have to worry about how much you consume