Saturday, January 4, 2014

Ceylon Cinnamon Vs. Cassia Cinnamon

I received this letter on my blog. After reading what Mitch has to say, I had to look in to this further. I found two web sites that pretty much say the same thing that he has said. HERE and HERE
 You can decide for yourself which is better for you.

Hi Tina,

I came across your blog.  It’s a great blog.  I was reading about your Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal.  Wow, that sounds good.

Anyway, I’m not sure what type of Cinnamon that you normally use in your recipes, however, most people tend to use Cassia Cinnamon (the type that is normally available at the grocery store) which isn’t even real Cinnamon, and is loaded with the dangerous compound Coumarin that the FDA has recently warned against ingesting.   And Denmark recently is wanting to outlaw Cassia Cinnamon due to its danger to the liver.

However, there is a real type of Cinnamon that people are just starting to become aware of.  This real Cinnamon is called Ceylon Cinnamon.  I thought perhaps your readers would be interested in learning about this real Cinnamon – Ceylon Cinnamon from Sri Lanka.  It has an amazing flavor and aroma (much better than the Cassia Cinnamon) and makes all things with Cinnamon even more fantastic and the excellent health benefits of Ceylon Cinnamon are well documented. 

I represent a company called Flavor Of The Earth that provides Ceylon Cinnamon exclusively via Amazon.  We bring in fresh Ceylon Cinnamon bark from Sri Lanka.  Then in very small batches, we fresh grind the bark into Cinnamon Powder and immediately pack it into flavor pouches to capture the full freshness and health benefits.  And our Ceylon Cinnamon has 1,250 times LESS Coumarin than cassia cinnamon which makes it the safest Cinnamon for consumption.

Our Ceylon Cinnamon is also a great source of Manganese, Fiber, Calcium and Iron.  It’s also salt free and no chemicals, pesticides, fertilizer, additives or preservatives are used in growing or harvesting it.

You can read more about our unique Ceylon Cinnamon on Amazon by following this link: 


1 comment:

  1. Wow, that is very interesting....thanks for sharing!


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