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What Does a Cinnamon Plant Look Like?

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What does a cinnamon plant look like? Here is the answer with Scientific Background of Ceylon Cinnamon. Cinnamon is an ancient spice obtained from the inner bark of trees known as Cinnamomum. These trees have a thick brown bark and tiny yellow flowers, and the leaves of these trees have a spicy aroma. The height of these trees range from nearly 20 to 60 feet, and these trees are typically… Read More »What Does a Cinnamon Plant Look Like?

Is Cinnamon an Antioxidant

Is Cinnamon an Antioxidant

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It is an Antioxidant Yes, it is an Antioxidant. Cinnamon bark has Antioxidant compounds like butylated hydroxyanisole, Trolox and Ascorbic acid.  Popular research articles publishing website, researchgate.net has published an excellent Research Paper. In this article deeply discussing the antioxidant activities of Cinnamon. What is Antioxidant?  Cells are damaging daily. It is caused by free radicals, unstable molecules that the body produces as a reaction to environmental and misbehaving activities.… Read More »Is Cinnamon an Antioxidant

Where to Buy Ceylon Cinnamon

Where to Buy Ceylon Cinnamon?

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Where to Buy Ceylon Cinnamon or True Cinnamon? Most Important Question. There are lots of Ceylon Cinnamon Sellers on eBay and Amazon. Most of them are selling fake Cinnamon and Cassia Cinnamon as Ceylon Cinnamon. And also there are Small Sri Lankan Retailers. If you plan to buy Cinnamon from them, the quality of the Cinnamon cannot be guaranteed. Making Cinnamon is a complicated process. Manufacturers should have a piece… Read More »Where to Buy Ceylon Cinnamon?

Is Ceylon Cinnamon Safe

Is Ceylon Cinnamon Safe and Healthy?

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Aspice hailed in cooking and medicine for centuries is cinnamon. Belonging to the genus Cinnamomum, the inner bark of the evergreen tree provides the eminent spice. The oils obtained from cinnamon roots, barks, and leaves have different chemical compositions. Thus, cinnamon oil comes with the ability to target a range of health complications. The reason is the different medical properties. The key elements found in cinnamon are cinnamaldehyde in the… Read More »Is Ceylon Cinnamon Safe and Healthy?

Health Benefits of Ceylon Cinnamon

Top 7 Incredible Health Benefits of Ceylon Cinnamon

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Ceylon ‘true’ cinnamon is an appraised spice across countries and continents. The great taste, the heavenly aroma, and making a dish look scrumptious aren’t the only specialties of true cinnamon. The countless number of Health Benefits of Ceylon Cinnamon adds to the elite value of Ceylon cinnamon. From baking delightful desserts to adding flavor to mouthwatering curries, Ceylon cinnamon earned its respect in the modern-day and ethnic cuisines. Ceylon cinnamon… Read More »Top 7 Incredible Health Benefits of Ceylon Cinnamon

Why is Ceylon Cinnamon Expensive

Why is Ceylon Cinnamon Expensive? – Is Expensive Cinnamon Worth the Price?

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Why is Ceylon Cinnamon Expensive Although all types of Cinnamon belongs to the laurel family, Lauraceae, True Cinnamon has cultivated in Sri Lanka. There are two categories of Cinnamon identified as “Cinnamomum Cassia” and “Cinnamomum Zeylanicum.” Cinnamon contains cinnamaldehyde. Naturally, it prevents unnecessary clattering of blood within the body. Even though Ceylon Cinnamon and Cassia Cinnamon have certain similarities, Cassia Cinnamon is not as sweet as Ceylon Cinnamon. Cassia Cinnamon… Read More »Why is Ceylon Cinnamon Expensive? – Is Expensive Cinnamon Worth the Price?

Where Does Ceylon Cinnamon Come From-min

Where Does Ceylon Cinnamon Come From?

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Origin of Cinnamon Cinnamon is an evergreen tree and a spice obtained from the inner bark of Cinnamomum. Different parts of this tree have been used for a variety of purposes. Cinnamon spice was commonly known as an aromatic condiment, robust flavour and as traditional medicine. Cinnamomum is a fragrant tree which belongs to the laurel family, Lauraceae. Cinnamon was a highly-priced spice among nations where studies have shown that… Read More »Where Does Ceylon Cinnamon Come From?