Cinnamon, also called Ceylon Cinnamon, is a luxuriant ever green tree of the laurel family, which is native to Sri Lanka and formerly known as Ceylon and derived from its bark. The spice consists of the dried inner bark and has an elegantly aromatic fragrance and a warm sweet flavor. Cinnamon was more cherished than gold. Once upon a time in Egypt, it was pursued with a pleasant fragrance and various religious practices. In medieval Europe, it was used for various religious rituals as well as flavoring food. Later it was used to be the most profitable spice in the Dutch East India Trading Company and it later became an extremely prevalent spice around the world. Cinnamon is just not a spice but blended with the Ceylonese culture and its essence. Research shows that Cinnamon may be good for people with diabetes. Some research suggests that Cinnamon might lower blood sugar and cholesterol in people with diabetes. At the same time Cinnamon might help with obesity and weight loss. It’s sometimes used for irritable bowel syndrome or other stomach or intestinal problems.
Pure Ceylon Cinnamon (Cinnamomum Verum)
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