Ceylon Cinnamon Extra Fine Powder
Cinnamon ceylon bark powder
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|Aroma - smell||Delicate|
|Salt Free||Does not contain salt|
|Gluten Free||Gluten free|
|Sugar free||Does not contain sugar|
Much of the cinnamon available in the spice aisle of your grocery store isn't cinnamon at all, but cassia. Ceylon cinnamon (cinnamomum verum) is true cinnamon, and it comes from the inner bark of a Sri Lankan evergreen tree. Ceylon cinnamon may have some different health effects than cassia.Ceylon cinnamon has a sweeter, more delicate flavor than cassia does, which may make it preferable for flavoring desserts and lighter dishes.
But the more important distinction may be the presence of a chemical called coumarin, a natural plant chemical that acts as a blood thinner. This chemical is present in much higher concentrations in cassia than in Ceylon cinnamon. It is contraindicated for anyone taking prescription blood thinners. Coumarin has also been shown to be toxic to the liver and kidneys, and it may also be carcinogenic, which can negate any health benefits of cinnamon.Contains a small, negligible amount of coumarin, a naturally occurring blood-thinning substance.
Recommended for regular use, eg for correcting blood sugar level.Thin and paper-like textured bark that forms multiple layers when rolled up.Delicate, sweet with subtle notes of clove. Creates an excellent flavor profile for pastries, cakes and desserts.ostly originated from Sri Lanka and used in most part of Europe.
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