Cinnamon comes from the inner bark of trees to the Cinnamomum family. The use of cinnamon dates back to the Ancient Egypt of 2000 BC. It is used as a flavoring additive and an aromatic condiment and adds taste to a variety of savory and sweet dishes, snacks, breakfast cereals, and traditional foods.
|Length||8cm to 15 cm|
Benefits of Cinnamon:
- Loaded with antioxidants
- Has anti-inflammatory properties
- Reduces the risk of developing heart disease
- Improves insulin sensitivity
- Lowers blood sugar and is a powerful anti-diabetic