Cinnamon is commonly used to help control blood sugar and promote healthy glycemic balance.
Cinnamon (Cinnamomum tamala) is indigenous to Nepal, growing wild in the native forests. Our cinnamon is collected from the community forest by members of a farmers’ cooperative in Southern Nepal, near Bhumahi. A group of village elders oversees the harvesting process to ensure that the highest standards of environmental sustainability are upheld.
Cinnamon is commonly used to help control blood sugar and promote healthy glycemic balance. Cinnamon is also considered an effective herb for increasing circulation. It strengthens the heart, warms the joints and kidneys, and builds digestive fire.
Sold powdered in 3 oz resealable ziplock bag with gusseted bottom.
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