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Unfortunately because the US FDA heavily regulates anything that can be used like a medicine, the FDA will no longer allow us to display any material or cite any research studies on the benefits of Cinnamon. Apparantly we cannot even make a suggestion. This is an unfortunate turn of events but we must follow the law.

But we do make the best Cinnamon products in the World and hopefully you can get this valuable information from other sites. Admittedly they will not be as as comprehensive as ours but this is how Big Pharma controls your health.













According to the US Department of health, Cinnamon appears to be safe for most people when taken by mouth in amounts up to 6 grams daily for 6 weeks or less. If you pay attention to these factors then you can safely take Cinnamon. Moderation is the key.

Don't drink huge amounts of tea and continue to lead an unhealthy lifestyle. Consider Cinnamon Tea as part of an overall program of moderate exercise, high quality food, good sleep that will help prevent many illnesses as opposed to a magic elixir to cure all your ailments. Remember taking too much of anything even the good stuff will build up toxicity in your system, so moderation is the key.


Ceylon Cinnamon, unlike the Cassia Cinnamon found in your local grocery store has ultra low Coumarin levels, a substance that causes liver damage. (Read our blog post on Coumarin in cinnamon). That means you can drink Ceylon Cinnamon Tea without any worries whatsoever. Cassia Cinnamon also has very low oil content and anyway its oil tends to be of very poor quality, which is why the bulk of Cinnamon Oil is made from Ceylon Cinnamon. The taste of Ceylon Cinnamon especially in the über expensive Cinnamon Bark oil tends to be very refined and sophisticated instead of the harsh and spicy taste of Cassia Cinnamon.

The FDA has not approved Cinnamon to cure any medical condition. This information is presented for informational purposes and is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any illness. Consult a physician before taking any Cinnamon. If you are pregnant, nursing or have a heart condition you should definitely not take Cinnamon.




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