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Cinnamon Sticks
  • Cinnamon Sticks

    10 Grams

    Ceylon Cinnamon Quills / True Cinnamon



    Very Low in: Saturated Fat, Cholesterol, Sodium.

    Good source of: Vitamin K, Iron.

    Even better source of: Dietary Fibre, Calcium, Manganese.



    Fresh to Dried Ratio: 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon is equal to 1, 3" stick of cinnamon.

    Cinnamon can be used on meats like lamb, beef and chicken and goes particularly well with recipes that also use Chinese 5-Spice or Jamaican jerk seasoning.

    Cinnamon gives a spicy-sweet kick to both sweet and savoury dishes such as Indian butter chicken or Mexican tacos. Desserts such as pumpkin or apple pies, cinnamon rolls and buns. Beverages including mulled wine, spiced apple cider and even your favourite hot chocolate.



    The cinnamon tree can grow up to 60 feet tall.

    The 2 most popular types of cinnamon are: Ceylon and Cassia.

    Sri Lanka produces 90% of the cinnamon we use across the world today; so much that the Portuguese and Dutch started a war over the island in the 17th Century.



    Cinnamon is high in fibre and calcium which helps improve colon health.

    E. coli has been found to kill 99.5% of the bacteria with just 1 teaspoon of cinnamon.

    Cinnamon is antimicrobial and antifungal which is why the oil substance eugenol is extracted to use as local anaesthetic and antiseptic by dentists.

    Cinnamon is also a good source of antioxidants, substances that inhibit the effect of free radicals (reactive atoms that can damage cells).

    Due to its anti-inflammatory nature, cinnamon is currently being researched for its potential to fight Alzheimer's disease and decrease symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and colon cancer.

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