A small evergreen tree belonging to the family Lauraceae, native to Sri Lanka. It's inner bark is used to make cinnamon. We decided to include Ceylon cinnamon instead of regular cinnamon. Why you wonder? Regular cinnamon is known to have that classic spiciness. Ceylon, however, has a much sweeter twist to it & less of the spice you would get. More sweetness, more flavor, & less spice. That's by far the most unique & best-tasting cinnamon your tongue will ever have its taste buds touch. Our mouths are already watering...
- Used throughout history, dating as far back as Ancient Egypt.
- Loaded with powerful antioxidants, such as polyphenols. High in powerful anti-inflammatory properties.
- May cut the risk of heart disease, the worlds leading cause of death.
- May improve sensitivity to the hormone insulin
- Lowers blood-sugar levels & has a strong anti-diabetic effect
- Possible to protect against cancer, assists in fighting bacterial & fungal infections
.....and it tastes damn good.