Cinnamon Information

WHAT IS CINNAMON?

Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several evergreen tree species. It is native to India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Myanmar.

Cinnamon was so highly prized among ancient people that it was regarded as a gift fit for monarchs.

WHAT IS THE CINNAMON USED FOR?

Cinnamon is used mainly as an aromatic condiment and flavoring additive in a wide variety of cuisines, and sweet and savory dishes.

Cinnamon has a long history of use in traditional medicine and has been tested in a variety of clinical conditions.

IS CINNAMON SAFE?

Yes. Cinnamon, in the required dosage, is considered as safe.
FDA has determined Cinnamon to be GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) as a food additive – see FDA link

Precaution:
While cinnamon is commonly regarded as a healthy spice and delicious condiment, occasional side effects may occur when taking it, and cinnamon allergies may occur.

If you are allergic to cinnamon, it is highly recommended that you refrain from taking it in any form. Always talk to your doctor before making significant changes to your diet.

Note that Chinese cinnamon contains coumarin, which may be toxic in high doses. It is recommended to buy Ceylon cinnamon and follow the preparation instructions and dosage.

CINNAMON PREPARATION AND DOSAGE

Detailed preparation instructions:

  • Buy original cinnamon bark, Cassia or Ceylon (preferably) rolled or flat (preferably)
  • Grind by dedicated machine to powder. Do it yourself, or watch it being done.
  • Mix 50gr powder with 1 liter of tap water (not distilled), mix well while heating to boil
  • Let it stand overnight at room temperature (around 200C ), then filter using coffee paper filter and keep the liquid. Or you can let it stand for two days and decant the liquid to another jar, discarding the sediment. Following this step, the soluble ingredient is about 1 gr/liter. You can keep the liquid for a long time even at room temperature, so it is recommended that you prepare larger amounts.

Dosage:

Take 8 tablespoons perday. A tablespoon should contain 5ml.
You may take 4 tablespoons twice a day, or 2 tablespoons 4 times a day.
Active daily ingredient is about 20mg/20ml.

Quills of Ceylon cinnamon on the left (preferred), and Indonesian cinnamon on the right

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WHERE CAN I PURCHASE CINNAMON?

It is important to note that CliniCrowd does not provide, sell or profit from Cinnamon and has no relationship with Cinnamon sellers.

However, to make registry compliance more convenient, we are sharing some sources for the purchase of cinnamon. If you discover other options to purchase cinnamon, please let us know and we will update the website to enable others to benefit as well. Feel free to contact us at: info@clinicrowd.info

Cinnamon availability:

List provided by Registry participants. Cinnamon is available here:

Disclaimer : CliniCrowd does not provide medical advice. For medical advice please consult your doctor.