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Ceylon Cinnamon and Organic Honey 400g

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Ceylon cinnamon in raw honey 400g

Honey Heaven's delectable natural premium creamed honey is mixed using the highest quality, 100% natural and organic Ceylon Cinnamon known to man.

Cinnamon in raw honey is a delicious choice for breakfast. You can drizzle some on toast, porridge, pancakes, waffles, and even granola. You’re only limited by your imagination! Ceylon cinnamon in raw honey is also the perfect option when it comes to cooking, baking, or even adding to your coffee, tea and more.

What are the benefits of Ceylon cinnamon in raw honey?

Both organic honey and cinnamon have, independently, multiple health benefits. When combined, these two natural ingredients are claimed by many people to be extremely helpful, in a natural way, against plenty of ailments.

What is cinnamon?

Cinnamon is a spice that derives from the bark of the Cinnamomum tree. The bark is harvest, then dried. This then produces curls, which are commonly known and recognised as cinnamon sticks. This spice can be purchased as whole sticks, an extract or ground. Cinnamon is a very healthy and popular used spice that is used not only in cooking and baking but can also be taken as a health supplement. Ceylon cinnamon is harder to find than its alternative Cassia cinnamon and is slightly sweeter.

The spice cinnamon can be beneficial as it may help to reduce inflammation, as well as may help to prevent the growth and reproduction of cancer cells. Not only may it help to protect against cancer, but a few studies have shown that it may help to slow the progression of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

What are the benefits of honey?

Not only is honey a wiser, healthier option than sugar, but it also has great medicinal uses and benefits. It is said that honey is an effective cough suppressant, and it is also a powerful treatment for burns and other skin wounds. Honey can also aid sleep and boost memory. It also has many antioxidant and antibacterial properties, helping to protect and fight against diseases and illnesses. Honey has been used for centuries as food and in medicinal use.

The power of cinnamon in raw honey

As both of these ingredients have many health benefits, it is thought that the combination together has an even stronger effect.

On the 17th January 1995, the Canadian magazine "Weekly World News" published a list of possible uses.

Since then, people mainly use organic honey and cinnamon for:

  • Fighting allergy symptoms
  • Boosting weight loss
  • Aiding sleep
  • Relieving arthritis pain
  • Fighting against colds
  • Helping to reduce the symptoms and discomforts of a cough
  • Managing diabetes
  • Assisting with UTI (urinary tract infections)/bladder infections
  • Relieving bronchitis
  • Helping to relieve the discomfort of sore throats
  • Treating bad breath
  • Reducing the risk of heart disease
  • Mixed skin infections
  • Lowering blood sugar levels
  • Healing wounds
  • Reducing cholesterol levels
  • Treating acne
  • Calming digestive issues

If you want to try cinnamon in raw honey for any of the above ailments, then try melting a teaspoon of Ceylon cinnamon and organic honey in lukewarm water or green tea! This will create a wonderfully delicious and soothing drink.

If you would like to use cinnamon in raw honey in order to treat a wound or skin infection, then apply this topically to the infected skin.

The Ceylon cinnamon and organic honey face mask is another very popular remedy. People use it to:

  • Fight fine lines
  • Assist with acne
  • Aid exfoliation
  • Moisturise the skin
  • Assist with eczema

What’s the difference between Cassia cinnamon and Ceylon cinnamon?

Cassia Cinnamon comes from the Cinnamomum cassia tree, also called Cinnamomum aromaticum. Cassia cinnamon is considered lower quality. It is very cheap and is the type most commonly consumed around the world. Almost all cinnamon found in supermarkets is the cassia variety.

Ceylon Cinnamon, or "true cinnamon" instead, is made from the inner bark of the Cinnamomum verum tree. Ceylon cinnamon is less common and quite expensive compared to the more common cassia variety.

Ingredients: Organic Honey 95% Ceylon Cinnamon 5%

Size: 400g

Origin: Product of Hungary


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