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Starwest Botanicals, Cinnamon Powder, Organic, 1 lb

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This is the cinnamon that works

18 people found the following review helpful

Posted by Reviewer2450848 on Sep 27, 2010

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True, it is not what is called true cinnamon--but it is the Cinnamon that is used in studies about its efficiency for blood sugar control and lowering cholesterol etc. If you choose to use it for health issues, not just for flavor--this is the one to go for! SME California

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cinnamon and using it for weight loss,

40 people found the following review helpful

Posted by Reviewer1695400 on Sep 08, 2010

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Glorious aroma on opening the bag, and me being clumsy, I didnt mind the powder spill at all as I poured into a manageable container. The only thing is, this cinnamon turns into a slimey snot like goo at the bottom of the jug when I make tea with it, and that puts me off drinking it, so I just got some true cinnamon sticks to use instead. This is Cinnamomum burmannii from the cassia tree and is not the true cinnamon which is also called Ceylon cinnamon. Cassia cinnamon has an average 5% coumarin content which acts to thin blood so you must not use large amounts, but True or Ceylon cinnamon (not seen on iherb), does not contain coumarin and you can take as much as you wish. True cinnamon is paler and sweeter and much more expensive, but I like this one just fine for my needs. For weight loss tea, you take half a teaspoon cinnamon (Ceylon or true type), dissolved in 1 cup water, NOT boiling or you kill the honey goodness and flavours etc, 2-3 tablespoons lemon juice and 1-2 tsp honey to taste. Cool. You take half in the morning and half in evening, on an empty stomach. I only need a scant teaspoon honey personally, Cinnamon burns body fat and stops you feeling hungry all the time. I have read of people taking big doses and suffering dizzy spells, which I reckon is because cinnamon reduces blood sugar, which is how it will stop hunger, so just be sensible about it. Ive been fine and Im prone to dizzy spells from my health issues. If this has helped any please give a rating. Thanks

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Starwest Botanicals Cinnamon powder organic from Indonesia

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Posted by Reviewer3293520 on Oct 07, 2013

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my mother, a chef who has many decades of experience in cooking, visited us and made a dish using this cinnamon. she was very unhappy. she showed me how this cinnamon make rice slimy and it's not good taste-wise.

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like it

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Posted by Reviewer2766476 on Jan 02, 2011

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my momk takes lots of cinamon for she's got a diabtetes. she said that this one has a very good taste

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Real cinnamon?

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Posted by 5539874042131114926 on Nov 22, 2013

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Turns slimy when hot water is added. Very disappointed.

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