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|Color:||Brown Yellow Powder||Ingredient:||Polyphenols,Flavonoids ,Proanthocyanidins|
|Grade:||Food,Pharma,care Health||Application:||Dietary Supplement|
|Form:||Powder||Name:||Cinnamon Bark Extract|
Cinnamon Bark Extract cinnamon bark extract 10-30% Supercritical Fluid Extraction Cinnamon Polyphenols
|Name||cinnamon bark extract|
|Cinnamon Polyphenols content||10%, 20%, 30%|
Based on Chinese Pharmacopoeia and scientific research, we recommend the following dosage for anti-diabetic purposes. Take it with meals in forms of capsules or tablets. If preferred, the powder can be added to beverages and food such as tea, coffee, hot chocolate, cereal, or oatmeal.
|10% Cinnamon Polyphenols||500-3000mg/day|
|20% Cinnamon Polyphenols||250-1500mg/day|
|30% Cinnamon Polyphenols||150-1000mg/day|
1.. Soothe an upset stomach
Cinnamon extracts have been used medically to treat gastrointestinal problems and to help calm the stomach. Cinnamon is a carminative, an agent that helps break up intestinal gas that has traditionally been used to combat diarrhea and morning sickness. Both test-tube and some animal studies have found that cinnamon may help to relieve mild abdominal discomfort caused by excess gas. It is used in flatulent dyspepsia, dyspepsia with nausea, intestinal colic and digestive atony associated with cold & debilitated conditions. It is known to relieve nausea and vomiting, and because of its mild astringency it is particularly used for infantile diarrhea.
2.. Relieve Colds and Flu
In both India and Europe, cinnamon has been traditionally taken as a warming herb for "cold" conditions, often in combination with ginger (Zingiber officinale). The herb stimulates circulation, especially to the fingers and toes and has been used for arthritis. Cinnamon is also a traditional remedy for aching muscles and other symptoms of viral conditions such as colds and flu.
Mainly used in medicine and dietary supplements to support healthy sugar metabolism and stomach health.
Cassia cinnamon contains varying amounts of a chemical called coumarin, which might cause or worsen liver disease. In most cases, cassia cinnamon doesn’t have enough coumarin to make you sick. However, for some people, such as those with liver disease, taking a large amount of cassia cinnamon might worsen their condition.
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