Premium quality Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks are available for sale, carrying the signature exotic aroma to add warmth to sweet and savory dishes. It is harvested from the inner bark of the tree and is employed for various medicinal purposes, such as supporting the treatment of diarrhea, obesity, indigestion, microbial infections, and so forth.
Each pack contains 70 grams of cinnamon sticks (10 sticks), hand-selected 3” long rolls with zero additives. The sticks are packaged in food-grade resealable bags to protect their freshness by maintaining the aroma and flavor.
- 70 grams of 3” long cinnamon sticks
Add it to your curries, soups, oatmeals, sauces, and slow-cooked pot to enjoy the earthy warmth. You can also grind and drizzle it over your favorite beverage, cakes, muffins, buns, and whatnot.
About Ceylon Cinnamon
The true cinnamon, also known as cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum), is distinguished by its small, ovate-oblong-leaved green blossoms and little, green trees that are no taller than 50 feet.
In the realm of food, cinnamon is recognized as a premium spice, particularly in the subcontinent. It supports the treatment of bacterial infections, viral infections, spasms, diarrhea, indigestion, flatulence, diabetes, and obesity. It is an excellent stimulant that revives a sluggish appetite, moves stagnant blood, and strengthens a compromised immune system.
Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks Frequently Asked Questions
What is Ceylon Cinnamon?
Ceylon Cinnamon is a resourceful spice that is abundantly found in grocery stores and is essential to many different cuisines. It comes from the inner bark of the Cinnamon tree and is sold as rolled quills or in powdered form. Among the several fragrant substances found in cinnamon, cinnamaldehyde is the most well-known since it provides the spice its spiciness. We are selling 70 grams of 3” long cinnamon sticks in a releasable bag to protect their aroma and flavor.
How can I use Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks?
You can use Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Sticks to enrich your beverages and sweet and savory dishes. You can also make your own tinctures, vinegar infusions, balms, salves, teas, syrups, and even infused oil for medicinal purposes.