Organic Cinnamon (10 sticks) Anti Inflammatory and Antioxidant
Benefits of Cinnamon
BBC Good Food
1. Blood pressure
There is some evidence to suggest that the consumption of cinnamon is associated with a short-term reduction in blood pressure. Although the evidence is hopeful, it would be premature to recommend cinnamon for blood pressure control until a comprehensive randomised controlled trial (RCT) involving a larger number of patients has been carried out. More recent studies have, to date, shown less promising findings.
2. Blood sugar and type 2 diabetes
It has been suggested that cinnamon can have a moderate effect in improving glycaemic control and supporting the management of type 2 diabetes. However, conclusions are mixed, and larger randomised controlled trials are needed in well-defined population groups using standardised interventions in order to definitively determine the efficacy of using cinnamon in subjects with diabetes. However, a small amount used at breakfast or in baking will not do any harm, and can be eaten as part of a balanced diet.
3. Digestive discomfort
Cinnamon extract has been used to alleviate gastrointestinal problems in both Eastern and Western medicine for years. It has been described as a carminative, renowned for its digestive, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, cinnamon bark oil is used for treating flatulence and digestive imbalance. It is believed that the warmth of cinnamon increases blood flow and improves blood oxygen levels to help fight off illness. To alleviate digestive symptoms, cinnamon is taken as part of a hot drink (much like a tea). In this instance, it's easier to use ground cinnamon rather than trying to grate cinnamon sticks yourself.
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Some research shows cassia cinnamon may lower blood sugar in people with diabetes. But other studies haven’t found a benefit. There’s also no proof that cinnamon can lower cholesterol or treat yeast infections in people with HIV. Cinnamon also shows promise as an antioxidant, antibiotic, and anti-inflammatory, but for now, there aren’t enough studies to prove it can help.
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Really love this cinnamon. Smells great & tastes great
Looks like the real thing
It taste fantastic and looks fantastic
I have only used one stick but it was totally adequate
Great quality cinnamon, smells wonderful.