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Cinnamon Powder

What are the health benefits of Ceylon Cinnamon?

Ceylon Cinnamon is an antioxidant. It is also antimicrobial, antifungal and has anti-inflammatory benefits. Ceylon Cinnamon differs from common cinnamon in terms of nutrients as it is studied to be beneficial for blood sugar levels.

What is the recommended daily intake of Ceylon Cinnamon?

The recommended daily serving of Ginger Powder for adults is ½ to 1 teaspoon (1 - 3 g) a day. The consumption of cinnamon can decrease blood sugar levels which can interact with Diabetes medications that also decrease blood sugar level. Hence, taking both might cause blood sugar level to decrease too much. Do consume cinnamon and diabetes medication at different times or consult your doctor beforehand for safe consumption practices.

What can Ceylon Cinnamon be used for?

Ceylon Cinnamon is known for its medicinal properties. It can be added to warm beverages to help reduce cold and flu effects. It also goes very well with chocolate recipes and hence, can be added to desserts, hot chocolate and a variety of dishes to enjoy that subtly sweet flavour.

How is Ceylon Cinnamon powder different from the other types of cinnamon?

Ceylon, or “true cinnamon,” is native to Sri Lanka and southern parts of India. Ceylon cinnamon is less common and has long been prized as a cooking spice. It is more expensive compared to the more common cassia variety, due to its better quality and safer (lower) coumarin levels. Ceylon cinnamon has a finer, more delicate flavor compared to the more common cinnamon powder.

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