Sweet hot cinnamon has graced Egyptian temples and found favor in Greek mythology. Harvested from the inner bark of Cinnamomum trees, it is used for incense, candles, baked goods and beverages with its warming nature. It may be helpful in lowering blood sugar and cholesterol as well as offering anti-inflammatory effects. In tea blending, it's the belle of the ball as it goes so well with so many flavors, adding sweetness and gentle heat.
Origin: Vietnam | We recommend referring to a healthcare practitioner before using herbs and spices, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.