nindana Ceylon Cinnamon

Welcome to “nindana Ceylon Cinnamon”, your number one source for “True Ceylon Cinnamon”. We are dedicated to giving you the very best of Ceylon Cinnamon, with focus on pure quality, reasonable price and continuous flow of supply.

nindana Ceylon Cinnamon brings you the purest Ceylon cinnamon from own cinnamon estates in the village of Nindana, where you’ll find the finest cinnamon from the Island of Ceylon.

Many Online sellers are selling Cassia Cinnamon masquerading as Ceylon Cinnamon. Before you buy ask for their test report for each batch. Our Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks are packed at source in Sri Lanka.

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Cinnamon

Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several tree species from the genus Cinnamomum. Cinnamon is used mainly as an aromatic condiment and flavoring additive in a wide variety of cuisines, sweet and savory dishes, breakfast cereals, snack foods, tea and traditional foods. The aroma and flavor of cinnamon derive from its essential oil and principal component, cinnamaldehyde, as well as numerous other constituents, including eugenol.

The term “cinnamon” also is used to describe its mid-brown color. Cinnamon is the name for several species of trees and the commercial spice products that some of them produce. All are members of the genus Cinnamomum in the family Lauraceae. Only a few Cinnamomum species are grown commercially for spice. Cinnamomum verum is sometimes considered to be “true cinnamon”. But most cinnamon in international commerce is derived from the related species Cinnamomum cassia, also referred to as “cassia”

Species

  • A number of species are often sold as cinnamon:
  • Cinnamomum. cassia (cassia or Chinese cinnamon, the most common commercial type)
  • Cinnamomum. burmannii (Korintje, Padang cassia, or Indonesian cinnamon)
  • Cinnamomum. loureiroi (Saigon cinnamon, Vietnamese cassia, or Vietnamese cinnamon)
  • Cinnamomum. verum (Sri Lanka cinnamon, Ceylon cinnamon or Cinnamomum zeylanicum)
  • Cinnamomum. citriodorum (Malabar cinnamon)

Ceylon Cinnamon

Cinnamomum verum called true cinnamon tree or Ceylon cinnamon tree, is a small evergreen tree belong to the family Lauraceae native to Sri Lanka. Although the inner bark of several other Cinnamomum species is also used to make cinnamon, cinnamon from Cinnamomum verum is considered of superior quality.

History

The history of cinnamon dates back to about 2800 B.C where it can be found referenced as” kwai” in Chinese writings. Cinnamon is even mentioned in the Bible when Moses used it as an ingredient for his anointing oil in ancient Rome. It was burned in Roman funerals perhaps partly as a way forward to off the odor of dead bodies. Emperor Nero is said to have burned a years’ worth of the dry supply of cinnamon at the funeral of his wife Poppaea Sabina. Ancient Egyptians used it in embalming mummies because of pleasant odors and its preservative qualities. Cinnamon was a precious spice in the west during 14th -15th centuries and its’ primary use was to preserve meat and to retard the growth of bacteria. The quest for cinnamon was a major factor which led to exploration of the world in 15th century. By that time the real cinnamon, was produced in only one place, namely in Ceylon or Sri Lanka.

Health Benefits

  • Cinnamon is high in a substance with powerful medicinal properties.
  • Cinnamon is loaded with antioxidants. (Antioxidants protect your body from oxidative damage caused by free radicals.)
  • Cinnamon has anti-inflammatory properties. (It helps your body fight infections and repair tissue damage.)
  • Cinnamon may cut the risk of heart disease.
  • Cinnamon can improve sensitivity to the hormone insulin
  • Cinnamon lowers blood sugar levels and has a powerful anti-diabetic effect
  • Cinnamon may have beneficial effects on neurodegenerative diseases.
  • Cinnamon may protect against cancer.
  • Cinnamon helps fight bacterial and fungal infections.
  • Cinnamon may help fight the HIV virus. (A laboratory study looking at HIV-infected cells found that cinnamon was the most effective treatment of all 69 medicinal plants studied.)

Uses

  • Change up your hot cup of tea by adding a pinch of cinnamon.
  • Try a different kind of meat flavoring. Combine some cinnamon with your favorite spice rub.
  • Sprinkle it on some baked vegetables or fruit. You can use cinnamon on more than apples and sweet potatoes.
  • Stir it into pudding or other desserts.
  • Add to apple cider for a warm fall feeling. The extra cinnamon spice creates a more intense flavor.
  • Add a new flavor to your favorite curry recipe.
  • Mix in a few teaspoons to your favorite hot oatmeal or cold cereal.
  • Chew cinnamon-flavored gum or smell fresh cinnamon to stimulate brain function.
  • Spice up pancake batter by using a teaspoon or two of cinnamon
  • Combine a few teaspoons of cinnamon with peanut butter and enjoy with celery sticks.
  • Shake a bit of cinnamon into your morning smoothie to give it some extra spice.
  • Combine cinnamon with honey and coat raw nuts. Then roast in the oven for a crunchy, sweet & spicy treat.
  • Awaken your morning tea or coffee by adding a pinch of cinnamon to it.

nindana Ceylon Cinnamon

nindana Ceylon Cinnamon made by the villagers of the rural village called “Nindana” located Galle district of southern province Sri Lanka. nindana Ceylon Cinnamon doesn’t contain any other chemicals on it and deliver pure cinnamon over the world. Try once and feel the difference.

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