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Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Quick Description

Cinnamon is a warm spice,

Carrier of well-being & Life.

Main Effects

Anti-Stress, Stimulant,  Aphrodisiac,  

Concentration, Lucidity,

Digestion, Heat, Blossoming

Conso Mode '

  3g in decoction.

Ideal supplement!


  We now offer high quality Organic Cinnamon.  

  In Stick, Cinnamon has still retained all its flavors & beneficial properties ...  

Cinnamon is a spice of warmth & personal development, it evacuates stress, helps to build up & move forward.

  A Little History of Cinnamon:

   Cinnamon is native to Ceylon but in antiquity, the Egyptians, who used it for embalming  believed that it grew according to secret rites, in a mysterious and distant land.

  So, to unravel this mystery, Queen Hatshepsut sent an expedition to this land of Punt, “  country of god  », Present-day Ethiopia and opened the aromatic route.


  It is said that in Rome, the madness for luxury products from India and Sri Lanka, pepper, cinnamon, ginger, pearls, ivories, touched the orgy.

  Among Westerners, the origin of cinnamon and spices in general has long remained a mystery and has been the subject of the wildest speculations.

Some thought it came from Ethiopia. Others believed that it came from the sources of the Nile and that fishermen found rolls of cinnamon in their nets. It was said that large birds would seek cinnamon rolls in an unknown land to build their nests in Arabia. It was not until the end of the 13th  century that Westerners understood that cinnamon was mainly produced in Ceylon and that these crazy stories ceased to be true.


  Cinnamon is  nowadays a world famous spice.

It is also an ancient medicinal herb cited elsewhere in the Torah.  It has long been used in India, and its medicinal use in Egypt and parts of Europe dates back to the fifth century BC.

   Harvesting Cinnamon  requires great dexterity.  

  The new branches are cut and stripped of their outer bark. The thin inner bark is incised and delicately peeled off, then scraped by hand and finally dried.

  The "  cinnamon stick  Is formed when the bark dries, first in the shade, then in the sun. In Europe and America, it is mainly used in pastry making, but in India, Sri Lanka and North Africa, it perfumes savory dishes.

   Health Benefits:

  The traditional indications against colds, flu and digestive disorders still remain valid today.

An action against germs

Gastroenteritis or respiratory infection, flu or even cystitis? Cinnamon is an ally of shock, at the same time antiseptic, antiviral and anti-microbial.

Traditional and common uses

1) Medicinal properties: the therapeutic interest of cinnamon is mainly due to the antiviral and stimulating properties of its essential oil.

2) Cooling: In India as in Europe, cinnamon is used to "warm" the body in case of cooling, often in association with ginger. It stimulates circulation, especially peripheral (fingers and toes). It is also a classic remedy for digestive disorders such as nausea, vomiting and diarrhea but also against muscle pain and colds.

3) Convalescence: cinnamon relieves digestive disorders. It is particularly recommended in cases of asthenia.

4) Gynecology: the plant can promote the onset of menstruation. In India, women use it as a contraceptive after childbirth.

This product  is not intended for




Ceylon ~ Sri Lanka

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