Cinnamon

Originally from the forests of Sri Lanka, a tree 8 to 10 meters high and up to 50 cm in diameter. One of the oldest spices in the world, it has been introduced in many tropical countries and has been used in food and medicine over the centuries.

Cinnamon is rich in nutrients such as calcium, magnesium and fiber, has antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiviral and analgesic properties. It is a muscle relaxant, helps control blood sugar level, accelerates metabolism and disinfects wounds.

With a warm and exotic aroma is used in natural saboaria products for mixed skins. Rich in antioxidants and antiseptic properties, it helps to keep skin healthy, fight the signs of aging and stimulate blood circulation, which is good at treating cellulite and forging hair.

It is a muscle relaxant, helps control blood sugar level, accelerates metabolism and disinfects wounds.

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