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TRUE CINNAMON "Whats Up With That?"

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Cinnamon is a common spice that many people use in their homes, But few people have experienced the hauntingly delicious flavor of "True Cinnamon". Cinnamon is produced from several species of trees the easiest and most common species is known as Cassia. The cassia tree is commercially grown in several places world wide and is the easiest to grow and harvest and the most common cinnamon that is found in the grocery stores throughout the U.S.

The Ceylon species of cinnamon tree can only grow to its finest maturity in the tree's native complicated mineral soil on the volcanic island of Sri Lanka. The Ceylon is also harvested in a different manner than the cassia tree. The Ceylon tree is grown to maturity and then cut down to the ground. From the root system will sprout hundreds of new saplings which are allowed to grow to a small tender tree size at which time it is harvested for its tender inner bark.


Once you taste the mellow but complicated flavor of Ceylon cinnamon with its many different overtone flavors that some identify as cloves, citrus, allspice just to name a few, which harmonize together on your taste buds like a fine overture of spice heaven. Unlike cassia which leaves a barky like after taste Ceylon's melody of soft flavors lingers on leaving wanting just another taste.

And what it does to your favorite baked goods can only be described as total awesomeness.


Besides it's totally awesome taste, Ceylon has a long list of medicinal benefits, The FDA will not let us go into detail here but many have heard or been told to use cinnamon by their Medical professionals as a dietary supplement for conditions such as…

  • Arthritis

  • Asthma

  • Cancer

  • Diabetes

  • Heart disease

  • Menstrual problems

  • Peptic ulcers

  • Psoriasis Studies have shown that Cassia type Cinnamon also provides medicinal benefits as mentioned above however Ceylon Cinnamon unlike cassia contains very small amounts of the chemical coumarin which is found in the Cassia plant. Coumarin has a damaging effect on your liver, if you use cinnamon daily as a dietary supplement Ceylon cinnamon is safer with just trace amounts of coumarin Ceylon can be safely consumed as a daily supplement. Here Are A Few Links To Medical Studies..


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