Wild cinnamon


Spices such as cinnamon are made from the inner bark of various types of trees belonging to the genus Cinnamomum.

The inner bark is then extracted, and the woody parts are removed. When it dries, it forms strips that roll into rolls, known as cinnamon sticks.</p>

The major uses of cinnamon are as an aromatic condiment and flavoring agent in many different types of food, including sweet and savory dishes, bagels, teas, hot chocolate, and breakfast cereals.

  • Cinnamon helps to get rid of acne and pimples on the face and body.
  • The use of organic cinnamon powder can significantly reduce insulin resistance and prevent type II diabetes.
  • The antibacterial effects of cinnamon may also help prevent tooth decay and reduce bad breath.
  • Rich in antioxidants, cinnamon can be used as a natural food preservative.

Cinnamon, also known as Ceylon cinnamon or “true” cinnamon, is a spice that comes from the inner bark of trees in the Cinnamomum genus.

Harvested by cutting branches from the trees and stripping off the inner bark.

The bark is then dried and rolled into cinnamon sticks or ground into a fine powder.

Cinnamon uses:
  • The presence of chemicals that have been demonstrated to have anti-inflammatory properties in the body can aid in the reduction of pain and inflammation.
  • It is rich in antioxidants, which can help protect the body against damage from free radicals and reduce the risk of chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease.
  • It may help lower cholesterol levels, which may help minimise the risk of heart disease
  • It may be helpful for both preventing and treating infections due to its natural antibacterial characteristics.
  • Memory and attentiveness are two areas of the brain that may help.

How to consume?
When cooked, these sticks can add flavor to a dish or sauce; however, they should be eliminated before serving. You can add this stick to cuisine or sprinkle it over baked items, sweets, savory dishes, and drinks.

Cinnamon Nutrition Facts:

1 teaspoon (tsp)
Calories: 6
Protein: 0 grams (g)
Carbohydrates: 2 g
Dietary fiber: 1 g
Total sugars: 0 g
Total fat: 0 g
Cholesterol: 0 milligrams (mg)

Plant description:

Canella, also known as wild cinnamon, is a small to medium-sized, very slow-growing evergreen shrub or tree that grows to a height of 25 to 30 feet. It has a straight trunk that is 8 to 10 inches in diameter.

It has a straight trunk that becomes dense as it ages. The main branches create a compact, round-headed top and are thin, horizontal, and spreading.

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50gm, 100gm

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