Features & Benefits
Cinnamon is best kown as a spice, sprinkled on toast and lattes. Given its frequent use in sugary baked goods, many health mavens overlook cinnamon's centuries-old histroy as a healing substance. Cinnamon, derived from the bark of a tree commonly found in South Asia and the Middle East region, not only adds flavor to pies, it also delivers a host of health benefits!
Ayurveda, the ancient healing system of India, often uses cinnamon to stimulate circulation as well as to increase the bio-availability of other herbs. Furthermore,herbalists and acupunturists in the Chinese tradition value cinnamon for its warming qualities. Doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) may prescribe cinnamon, often in combination with another warming substance such as ginger, to ward off colds.
Cinnamon can help individuals who are affected by diabetes as it works to improve the natural insulin activity occurring in the body. It helps individuals metabolize sugar in a more efficient manner so that the body will be prompted to produce less insulin. Therefore, it is also effective in regulating blood sugar levels.
Cinnamon has anti-inflammatory properties which make them effective in protecting the heart against damage and infection, particulary in ther arteries when they end up clogged by fatty foods. Cinnamon is also regarded for its ability to fight off bad cholesterol thereby preventing heart diseases.
Hydroxpropyl methylcellulose, magnesium stearate
Do not use if you are pregnant.
Known Adverse Reactions
Hypersensitivity/allergy may occur; in which case, discontinue use.