Orange Naturals Single Herb Tincture, Cinnamon Bark
Cinnamon bark is a delicious and spicy remedy that...
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If you feel off balance through the day due to a roller coaster of blood sugar highs and lows, Cinnamon can add spice and everything nice to your life while helping to control blood sugar with its amazing insulin regulating properties. It has other remarkable medicinal qualities as well: in studies it has shown to support healthy cholesterol levels, soothe peptic ulcers and boost cognition and memory. A Common Spice With Uncommon Effects Found in kitchens all over the world, this heartwarming spice has been used for centuries in Chinese medicine for a wide range of digestive complaints. It comes from the bark of an evergreen tree that grows commonly in China and southern Asia. Chinese or “cassia” cinnamon is the most widely studied of all the cinnamon varieties. Cinnamon and Insulin Clinical evidence is mounting that cassia cinnamon can improve the body’s sensitivity to insulin, which equates to better blood sugar control and a reduction in circulating levels of insulin. This is important because too much insulin can signal your body to store any unused sugar as fat!. It is the polyphenols in cassia cinnamon, such as hydroxychalcone, that are thought to make cells more receptive to insulin so that they can better manage those blood sugar highs and lows. Studies also show that cassia cinnamon can slow the emptying of the stomach after meals, which reduces blood sugar spikes. Cinnamon Relieves Inflammation In studies, cinnamon has been shown to support healthy cholesterol levels, soothe peptic ulcers and, more recently, boost cognition and memory. The polyphenols in cinnamon make it an antioxidant powerhouse that enhances the body’s ability to alleviate inflammation. Research suggests that these polyphenols can inhibit the release of arachidonic acid, a highly inflammatory molecule that may contribute to cardiovascular and other chronic diseases. Cinnamon and Brain Health A component found in the essential oil portion of cinnamon is cinnamaldehyde, which is also receiving scrutiny among researchers for its many health benefits. Like other volatile oils, cinnamaldehyde exhibits potent antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. In early studies it has been found to inhibit brain inflammation and thus hold promise in the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases. So, add cinnamon to your smoothies, your water bottle, your tea or your cooking for blood sugar balance, spice and everything nice! Benefits Excellent source of antioxidants Supports healthy blood glucose Features Made from organic and wildcrafted herbs Therapeutic dose of condition-specific herbs Our body can absorb and metabolize tinctures rapidly – absorption begins in the mouth, allowing the body to absorb up to 98% of the medicinal components Large 100ml bottle size offers great value
|Health Information||Anti-Bacterial, Blood Sugar Regulation, Cardiovascular Health, Digestive Health, Fungal Infection, Herbal Medicine|
|Product Flags||Canadian Company|
|Ingredients||Each ml contains 200 mg of organically grown cassia cinnamon bark (Cinnamomum aromaticum) in a non-medicinal base of 40% grain alcohol and purified water.
*Always read the product label before using if you have any allergies or sensitivities. Product formulas may change over time, and while we try our best to keep information on our website current, there remains risk that slight product alterations may occur without warning at the manufacturing level.
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