Ceylon Spice Kingdom
In the ancient history cinnamon was one of the first spices that was popular for trading. Spices has motivated many historical voyages. Christopher Columbus and Vasco De Gamma explore the world searching for spices, especially cinnamon in Sri Lanka & South India.
In history Ceylon has done most of the spice trading with Europe, and thus the recognition for Ceylon Spices was born centuries ago. Today, Ceylon spices are accredited by number of countries around the world for supplying the best quality spices.
At Ceylon Spice Kingdom we grow our own cinnamon and black pepper from our own fields and sourcing all other spices from a wide network of suppliers giving the top priority to the small spice growers to help and encourage the local community to increase their income and living standards. Because of that and in-house packing guarantees high quality spices that reflects the best value and finished product from Ceylon Spice Kingdom. We are proud to say Ceylon Spice Kingdom products are authentic & ethically produced following good manufacturing practices.
Our products are manually sorted, handpicked and packed in a dedicated gluten free facility. Peace of mind never tasted so good.
Its 100% pure and gluten free. We have trusted suppliers who follow strict hygienic manufacturing practices to provide quality products.
Our cinnamon products are 100% organic. We don’t waste any part of the cinnamon plant from the bark, leaves and even the dried sticks. We use less paperwork in our process.
We help our local community by sourcing our supplies through small businesses and practice fair pay, good working conditions and strictly no child or forced labor.
Antioxidants protect the body from oxidative damage caused by free radicals.
Cinnamon is loaded with powerful antioxidants, such as polyphenols.
In a study that compared the antioxidant activity of 26 spices, cinnamon wound up as the clear winner, even outranking “superfoods” like garlic and oregano.
It reduces levels of total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, while HDL cholesterol remains stable.
More recently, a big review study concluded that a cinnamon dose of just 120 milligrams per day can have these effects. In this study, cinnamon also increased HDL (the “good”) cholesterol.
Numerous human trials have confirmed the anti-diabetic effects of cinnamon, showing that it can lower fasting blood sugar levels by up to 10-29%.
The effective dose is typically 1-6 grams of cinnamon per day (around 0.5-2 teaspoons).