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Frontier Natural Products Cinnamon, Og, Grnd Ceyln, Ft, 1.76-Ounce

4.5 out of 5 stars 453 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • 1.76 Ounce Bottle
  • Fair Trade, organic Ceylon cinnamon, with a more delicate flavor than other cinnamons
  • Certified Organic, Non-GMO Verified, Fair Trade Certified
  • Non-Irradiated, Kosher
  • Frontier is a member owned co-op, responsible to people and planet

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Product Description

Also known as "true cinnamon," ceylon cinnamon has a subtly more delicate and sweet flavor to it than the more common cassia cinnamon. Use this classic spice to flavor cookies, cakes, stewed fruits, puddings, breads and even ice cream or warm beverages.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 4.5 x 6.2 inches ; 7.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B003PWC346
  • UPC: 089836194565
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (453 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #652 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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By CQ DX TOP 1000 REVIEWER on February 16, 2013
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'Ceylon' cinnamon is considered the TRUE cinnamon of all four main varieties available. It's flavor has less 'bite' to it than 'cassia' cinnamon, but for the frequent cinnamon consumer, it is also healthier. All the other cinnamons have a high level of a toxic ingredient called coumarin, while Ceylon cinnamon does not. This is a toxin which can adversely affect one's liver or kidneys when consumed in higher quantities. If you consume cinnamon on a frequent or daily basis, it behooves you to imbibe Ceylon cinnamon because of it's super low levels of coumarin. If you Google 'coumarin and cinnamon', there are some great articles out there that cover the subject. As for Ceylon cinnamon's flavor, it does taste like like a milder form of cinnamon, with many savory notes. It is sweet and a joy to use in puddings, ice cream, baked goods, oatmeals, and farina. I use it every day for it's taste and health benefits. It has quickly become my favorite cinnamon, and I love it!
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I'd heard for some time about cinnamon being good for people like me who have adult-onset diabetes, and I'd tried using cinnamon in both capsule form and as a spice added to my morning oatmeal, but with no noticeable result other than the pill form causing me some stomach irritation after a while. It was only recently that I found out that I was using the wrong kind of cinnamon. Apparently the cinnamon most people are familiar with - the kind most stores carry - is a different variety completely and not the kind recommended for diabetics. The "true" cinnamon - cinnamomum verum - is Ceylon (or Sri Lanka) cinnamon, whereas the cinnamon most people are familiar with is actually something called cassia cinnamon - the most common varieties known as Saigon cinnamon, China cinnamon and Indonesia cinnamon.

Ceylon cinnamon is milder in taste and contains much less of a substance called coumarin, which can cause liver and kidney problems in high concentrations. This may explain why I have not experienced the kind of stomach irritation from Ceylon cinnamon that I was getting from the capsules of cassia cinnamon.

Recommended as definitely worth a try, though I cannot attest yet to its actual effectiveness in helping with maintaining blood sugar levels.

Update as of 22 June: After having used this kind of cinnamon for a couple of months now, I have seen a noticeable drop on my fasting blood sugar levels over the last few weeks. I've also noticed that the differences from one day to the next have evened out somewhat so that I haven't been experiencing any big swings of the kind that had happened before. As this isn't anything like a controlled test, I can't say that this is solely the result of my using the Ceylon cinnamon.
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I have never NEVER spent this much money for a jar of cinnamon. I usually just get the $1 bottle at the dollar store. But after research and realizing the cheaper cinnamon is so terrible on your body. Be sure you buy Ceylin cinnamon. It does have such a better taste. Doesn't taster bitter, as the cheaper cinnamon does. And Frontier is a good company. They do NOT support child labor. they are a Fair Trade company and organic! Can't beat that :)
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Buyer beware-- I was looking forward to trying this spice out, but the package arrived with the cinnamon open, and poured all over my other item. Why can't there be a plastic seal on top of the bottle to prevent this?
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Most of us have never actually had REAL cinnamon. What most of us get is something much less expensive (and much less intense in flavor) called "cassia bark". You will be astounded at the incredible range of flavors present in real cinnamon. it is like the difference between watching a movie in black and white and then suddenly switching to color. The spiciness of a "Red Hot" candy combined with the tanginess of something like fresh ginger, with peppery overtones, and a nose-tingling finish. If you bake, or just want something to sprinkle on your oatmeal in the morning - give this a try.
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This is the first time purchasing organic Ceylon cinnamon. The difference between supermarket cinnamon and this is extraordinary.
A bad cold or flu hit with sore throat and cough. I mixed this cinnamon (1/4 tsp.) and raw honey (1 tsp.) together and it was a big, big help. I will definitely be searching out this product again.
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I found this Ceylon Cinnamon is a jar/spice section of the Whole Foods market in Calif. The name is Frontier Ceylon Cinnamon for, I think for something like $5.99. They had the cassia type-not real cinnamon-in the bulk spice section from Vietnam. The cassia type has coumarin and can be toxic. I wanted the Ceylon type for health reasons-good to lower blood pressure/cholesterol-1/2 tsp a day on toast, cereal, breads etc. can be beneficial says some articles on the internet.
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I decided to give this a try and, BOY, am I GLAD I did. This is LUSCIOUS beyond words. Just a tiny amount if loaded with flavor. I put just a shake into my coffee grounds before brewing and it makes DELIGHTFUL coffee. (And cinnamon is good for Diabetics!) Can't wait to use it in my baking. I am inclined to buy another bottle just to have a backup in case I run out before remembering to order more. That's a "senior moment" issue for me. This is YUMMMMMY!!!!
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