◆ Cinnamon Bark Extract and Diabetes comes from the bark of Cassia Cinnamon by processing it in water and alcohol solution. Cinnamon polyphenols are considered as its active ingredient. Scientific research has revealed that polyphenols in cinnamon bark can help maintain the body’s ability to metabolize glucose in a healthy way. It is widely used in medicine or functional food to help diabetic people regulate blood sugar, especially in Europe and America.
◆ Cinnamon bark is used in Chinese medicine and flavoring, blending floral fragrances, and used in tobacco, alcohol, toothpaste, mouthwash and other flavors.Also many feel it helpful in handling certain ailments and other issues. Herbalists recommend cinnamon bark to help with digestive problems, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, asthma brought on by cold, backache, menstrual problems, etc.
Specification of Cinnamon bark extract 20.0% Polyphenols
Reddish brown powder
Ethanol & Water
Loss on drying
Cinnamon Polyphenols ≥20.0%
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Cinnamon Bark Extract and Diabetes Benefits
◆ Cinnamon’s health benefits come from the fact that the bark contains antibacterial, antiseptic, antiviral, antispasmodic, and anti-fungal properties that help to prevent infection by killing decay-causing bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
◆ Cinnamon bark is helpful in supporting the digestive system. Research reports that cinnamon bark helps break down fats in the digestive system, making it a valuable digestive aid.
◆ A traditional stimulant in Chinese medicine, cinnamon bark has a thermogenic effect on the body.
◆ Other conditions which are said to be improved by cinnamon bark include fevers and colds, coughs and bronchitis, infection and wound healing, some forms of asthma, and even blood pressure reduction.
◆ Pharmaceutical as capsules or pills.
◆ Functional food as capsules or pills.
◆ Water-soluble beverages.
◆ Cinnamon Bark Extract and Diabetes is popular spice worldwide. The standard dose for anti-diabetic purpose is 1-6g of cinnamon daily, taken with carbohydrate containing meals.
◆ Ceylon cinnamon is always a better supplemental option than cassia cinnamon, due to the lower coumarin content.