A Pinch of Real Cinnamon Keeps You Healthy

Ceylon Cinnamon was considered more valuable than the most precious metal in the ancient world. This commonly used spice has more to it. With its many health benefits, you'll just love to have it in the kitchen and make it a part of your regime.

"True Cinnamon", as it is called, comes from Ceylon. Real Cinnamon is another name for Ceylon Cinnamon. More than 90 percent of the world's supply comes from Sri Lanka, another name for Ceylon.

Are You Diabetic?

As we know that there is no cure for Type 2 diabetes, but with true cinnamon, you can manage your diabetes 2 better. Many certified nutrition consultants who specialize in wellness, fitness, and anti-aging suggest that it can be used in many ways.

Reduces Blood Pressure

Regular consumption of real Ceylon cinnamon can reduce your blood pressure significantly. Many of our customers worldwide have benefitted from the consumption of Ceylon Cinnamon.

Lowers Blood Sugar Levels

Some diabetic 2 patients have reported that they have lowered their blood sugar level with the assistance of Ceylon Cinnamon. It works directly on the muscle cells and makes them remove sugar from the blood.

Increases Insulin Sensitivity

The non-toxic Ceylon cinnamon increases the insulin sensitivity in the body and repairs the receptors so that they become responsive to the insulin again.

Besides, Ceylon cinnamon has a naturally sweet taste. You can add it to home cooked food, snack or yogurt as an alternative to sugar and will experience its health benefits as well.

Lowers "Bad" Cholesterol

Regular consumption of real cinnamon also raises HDL or the "good" cholesterol. The rise in HDL reduces the LDL cholesterol from the body. Besides, its regular in take reduces the after effects of high-fat meals. It means lowering the increase in blood sugar levels after meals. So when you add cinnamon to the diet, those high-fat consumptions may not cause as much harm as they would otherwise.

Helps in Treatment of Alzheimer and Parkinson

Alzheimer and Parkinson are neurological diseases which is incurable as of now. Research has found that consumption of cinnamon may help neurons and improves motor functions in those suffering from the disease. So you may have a natural remedy in real cinnamon as well.

Real Cinnamon is anti-carcinogenic

There are many pieces of evidence to suggest that cinnamon is anti-carcinogenic as well. In some of the experiments cinnamon extracts have been found to lower the growth of cancer cells and may induce cancerous cell death as well, but these experiments are done on animals, so their effect is yet to be proven on humans. Still, the presence of anti-oxidants and free radicals are attributed to its anti-carcinogenic effects.

Anti-bacterial and Anti-fungal and Antioxidant

Most of the medicinal properties come from "cinnamaldehyde", which is naturally present in it. It is considered as the source of many anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. Besides, the high concentration of antioxidants reduces inflammation, and makes it a natural anti-carcinogenic. Following table compares the level of antioxidants it terms of ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) value, and cinnamon ranks amongst the top:

Source Serving Size ORAC
Cinnamon Powder 1 tsp. 6,956
Pomegranate Juice 8 oz. 5,853
Blueberries 1/2 cup 4,848

What Makes a Fake Cinnamon?

To identify fake cinnamon you need to understand from where it has come from and how it is ground. The culprit lies in the industrial grinding process, which makes adulteration easy. Further, if the source of bark is unknown, it is very difficult to differentiate the fake from the authentic after the cinnamon is ground.

Where to get Real Cinnamon?

To ensure that your Cinnamon is genuine, the safest option is to buy it from Dru Era who ships the product from source Sri Lanka (Ceylon). Dru Era ships all Cinnamon products within day of harvest so that you can enjoy the fresh Cinnamon as you too were in Sri Lanka. Please place your order online and we guarantee delivery worldwide within 7 days with online shipment tracking.