$1.73 per Ounce
History: Cinnamon is known for its well known smell and its use in sweet culinary treats. Cinnamon comes from the inner bark of a tree native to Sri Lanka, Vietnam, China, and Indonesia and was traded , anciently, along the Silk Road between Europe, the Middle East, and China. At that time, cinnamon was very costly and only the wealthy could afford to have the luxury of burying the spice. However, European exploration and expansion made Cinnamon more available and affordable. Although Cinnamon was mainly used as a food seasoning, it was also used medicinally. Cinnamon has been used to treat many issues including GI upset, menstrual problems, and dysmenorrhea disorders of microcirculation. The essential oil derived from Cinnamon has been used against various microorganisms and fungi.Uses: Antimicrobial, diarrhea, dysmenorrhea, diabetes, inflammation.
Active Ingredients: cinnamaldehyde, eugenol, trans-cinnamic acid, hydroxycinnamaldehyde, o-methoxycinnamaldehyde, cinnamyl alcohol, limonene, alpha-terpineol, tannins, mucilage, oligomeric procyanidins, and trace amounts of coumarin.
Actions: Carminative, astringent, aromatic, stimulant, anti inflammatory