Packaging & Storage :

  • Wide Mouth Glass Jars in 30ml, 200ml, 300ml, 420ml, 500ml, 650ml & 950ml
  • 1000Ltr Paper IBC Tank
  • Jerry Cans in 10Ltr, 18Ltr & 20Ltr
  • 21 Mt ISO Tanks
  • 200Ltr New steel Drum

Other packing types available upon request

Cinnamon

Called as the “Queen of all Spices”, Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several trees from the genus Cinnamomum that is used in both sweet and savoury foods. Rich and strongly aromatic, pleasant and sweet in flavour, warm but hardly bitter are the attributes making this a unique spice. The affinity between ‘Cinnamon’ and ‘ Ceylon’ (Sri Lanka) is so strong and close that the botanical term “Cinnmomum Zeylanicum” is derived from the ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’s’ traditional name. Sri Lanka supplies almost 80% of the World’s Cinnamon requirement.

Health Benefits and Usage of Cinnamon

Brain Function: Cinnamon boosts the activity of the brain and makes it a good brain tonic. It helps to remove nervous tension and memory loss.

Blood purification: Cinnamon can also help to remove blood impurities. This also makes it a great treatment for pimples.

Blood circulation: Cinnamon helps to improve the circulation of blood due to the presence of a blood thinning compound in it. This blood circulation helps to significantly reduce pain. Good blood circulation also ensures oxygen supply to the body’s cells, which leads to higher metabolic activity. You can significantly reduce the chance of suffering from a heart attack by regularly consuming cinnamon.

Pain Relief: Cinnamon is also an anti-inflammatory substance, so it helps in removing stiffness of the muscles and joints. It is also recommended for arthritis, and it is known to help in removing headaches that are caused by colds.

Diabetes: Cinnamon has the ability to control blood sugar, so diabetics find it very useful because it aids them in using less insulin. Research has shown that it is particularly helpful for patients suffering from type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes patients are not able to regulate their insulin levels properly.

Infections: Due to its antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral and antiseptic properties, it is effective for treating external as well as internal infections. It helps in destroying germs in the gall bladder and the bacteria present in staph infections.

Healing: It acts as a coagulant and helps to stop excess bleeding. Therefore, it facilitates the healing process.
Heart diseases: It is believed that the calcium and fiber present in cinnamon provide protection against heart diseases. By including a little of this spice in your food, you can help prevent coronary artery disease and high blood pressure.

Birth control: It also helps in natural birth control. Regular consumption of the spice after child birth delays menstruation and thus helps to avoid conception.