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        • Package Turmeric/Curcuma and Cinnamon 2 * 250 g

          Extra Curcuma and Ceylon Cinnamon

          Pimenta, Bulgaria
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          250 g Extra Curcuma and 250 g Ceylon Cinnamon, minced

          Extra Curcuma/Turmeric - more information HERE

          The yellow color of the powdered root is due to 2-5% content of the curcumin pigment. It is this ingredient that also has the many beneficial effects of turmeric on the health.

          Curcuma can also be used as an anti-inflammatory drug without side effects. According to a study, spice reduces pain and immobility in joints in arthritis. The content of lipopolysaccharides in turmeric make it a great tool for helping the immune system. In addition, turmeric can make us smarter and save us from Alzheimer's. The reason is that it removes the plaque build up in the brain and improves the flow of oxygen.

          Curcuma can be taken as a dietary supplement or just adding 1-3 g of powder when you cook.

          Ceylon Cinnamon - more information HERE

          Cinnamon has been used for many centuries as a remedy for various diseases, including gastrointestinal problems, urinary tract infections, relieving menopause symptoms, lowering cholesterol levels, and more. In India and Europe, cinnamon is traditionally used as a means of warming up a cold in combination with ginger. It stimulates wrinkles, relieves pains in muscles and other symptoms of colds and flu. Cinnamon has remarkable antifungal, antibacterial and antiparasitic action. It has the ability to regulate blood sugar levels and enhance insulin action in diabetes mellitus. Cinnamon is a popular aid in dieting for weight loss.

          Smooth cinnamon cinnamon bark is also suitable for sweet, dairy and pastry pastries, compotes, mousses, baked apples, roasted pumpkin, mulled wine, punch, fruit salads.

          One of the most famous uses of cinnamon is to influence blood sugar levels. A number of studies have shown that aromatic spices have properties that successfully affect insulin resistance, which is the basis of type 2 diabetes. It is believed that not every type of cinnamon has a lowering effect on blood sugar. This action is primarily attributed to Ceylon cinnamon, which also has a lower content of coumarin (this substance in high doses has an adverse effect on the liver). Applying cinnamon to improve glucose metabolism has an effect if combined with a reduction in overweight and an increase in motor activity. In diabetics, cinnamon can not replace permanent therapy, especially if it involves insulin therapy. People with an increased risk of developing diabetes, however, can get significant benefits from taking cinnamon.

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