Cinnamon Vietnamese, Ground Cert. Organic

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Cinnamon Vietnamese, Ground Cert. Organic

Formally known as Saigon cinnamon, this special variety is rebounding in popularity in the U.S., following a more than 20-year absence. Compared to Indonesian types, Vietnamese cinnamon has a distinctly sweet flavor and an exceptionally high volatile oil content. Gourmet cooks rate it as the highest quality cinnamon in the world.

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Organic Cinnamon Bark

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Home Remedies for Digestion

Hanna’s remedies for digestion include spices, herbs, and foods that can be found in your own home. Whether it’s indigestion, gas, cramps, or even troubles properly breaking down and digesting food, Hanna has a remedy for that. Take a look below to see how the foods and herbs in your kitchen can be used as remedies for digestion from Hanna’s New Book on Healing

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Hanna’s remedies for digestion include spices, herbs, and foods that can be found in your own home. Whether it’s indigestion, gas, cramps, or even troubles properly breaking down and digesting food, Hanna has a remedy for that. Take a look below to see how the foods and herbs in your kitchen can be used as remedies for digestion from Hanna’s New Book on Healing

Home Remedies for Digestion

Don't let digestive issues get you down. Try these home remedies.

Don't let digestive issues get you down. Try these home remedies.

Cardamom is commonly used to treat indigestion by warming and stimulating the body. It is also useful to treat gas.

Garlic and Nutmeg are both useful for digestive issues. Try adding garlic to your meals or make a tea of nutmeg before or with a meal.

Lettuce and spinach are rich in vitamins A, B, C, and E and stimulate the smooth operation of the digestive tract. Add these bulky greens to your diet to assist in proper digestion.

Dill tea helps to relieve gas, indigestion, and cramps. To make dill tea, use one teaspoon dill seeds to eight ounces of cold water. Bring the blend to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer for 10 minutes. Drink before or with a meal.

Lemon balm assist with digestion, especially in times of worry or anxiety.

Peppermint is well known to help indigestion, intestinal spasms, gas, and other similar conditions, particularly in children. Peppermint leaves as a tea or added to cottage cheese can assist in proper digestion.

Cabbage and kale are helpful for digestive problems because of the protective enzymes they produce when eaten.

Fennel in food will help aid digestion greatly. Too much acidity in the stomach can be regulated by drinking one cup of fennel tea. Fennel expels mucus and relieves cramps, gas, and indigestion. Chewing fennel seed relieves hunger and eases digestion.

Cinnamon can be used as an aid for digestive processes and alleviates indigestion, cramps and gas. See a recent post about how cinnamon can benefit other parts of your body beyond digestion.

Ginger, sage, and bay leaf have been used traditionally for digestive disorders.

Oranges are used as a digestive remedy, aiding in the treatment of constipation.

Mustard, horseradish, and radishes are known to raise vital life forces and are helpful in digestion because of the protective enzymes created when eating them.

Coriander is a digestive tonic and is a mild sedative. It is helpful for gas and indigestion.

For slow digestion, take the Homeopathic Lycopodium (club moss)

For more remedies, check out our Home Remedy section of our blog and for more products to assist in proper digestion, see our Digestive Product section of our store. Also, take a look at one of Hanna’s prized formulas Healthy Gut and read a blog about your digestive tract and how it can assist in keeping it healthy here. Whether you’re using home remedies or a natural product to improve digestion, let us know what’s worked for you!

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Health Benefits of Cinnamon

It’s nice to know that many of the solutions to our biggest health problems are within our kitchen cupboard. I think most of us realize that the food choices we make impact our health in a very powerful way. Reducing saturated fats reduces our risk for heart disease. Watching how much sugar we eat can help keep us from problems like obesity or diabetes.

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Cinnamon bark

Cinnamon has several health benefits ranging from diabetes to obesity!

It’s nice to know that many of the solutions to our biggest health problems are within our kitchen cupboard. I think most of us realize that the food choices we make impact our health in a very powerful way. Reducing saturated fats reduces our risk for heart disease. Watching how much sugar we eat can help keep us from problems like obesity or diabetes.

Cinnamon is an herb that most of us have smelled coming from the kitchen over the holiday season informing us that something delectable will soon make its way to our table. Did you know that this pungent herb, in addition to stimulating our appetite with its delicious aroma, also helps us with our body’s ability to process sugar? Studies by the USDA have shown Cinnamon can naturally boost insulin sensitivity.

Cinnamon for Your Health

What does this mean for our health? This means that less insulin is needed to assist the sugar in your blood with crossing over the cellular membrane, which is beneficial in many ways. The longer sugar remains in your body before processing the more likely it will be converted to fat for long term storage. This obviously can lead to unhealthy weight gain. If your pancreas is forced to produce more and more insulin it is taxing on that organ and can lead to diminished functionality which is a pre-diabetic condition.

The studies have shown however that when we eat cinnamon, some of the active constituents are damaged by our digestive process. Because of this, a supplement using a powerful extract from the herb, swallowed in a capsule can much more efficiently deliver these amazing compounds to where they are needed. Be sure to choose wisely and question whether or not the supplement you decide on is naturally produced using safe processes and containing only necessary ingredients instead of fillers that can interfere with your ability to absorb the benefits of cinnamon, a familiar old friend.

For more on how cinnamon can improve your health and why it’s an employee favorite, take a look at Louis’ blog here.

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