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Ceylon cinnamon

Anti-diabetic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties

Concentrated extract 4:1

Ceylon cinnamon
Anti-diabetic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties

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Ingredients: Ceylon cinnamon

Serving size: 3 capsules
Servings per container: 30
Amount per serving
Concentrated extract 4:1 of Ceylon cinnamon bark  (Cinnamomum verum J. Presl)
750.00 mg
*NRVs: Nutrient Reference Values
†N/A: Not applicable

Other ingredients:

Maltodextrin. Vegetable-based capsule: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose.

Food allergens:

This product does not contain allergens (in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011) nor genetically modified organisms.

Updated on 2024/02/13

Description: Ceylon cinnamon

A spice used for thousands of years, Ceylon cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum J. Presl) has valuable properties and has been used in Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine as a neuroprotective and in case of digestive, gynaecological and respiratory problems.

Ceylon cinnamon is now recommended primarily for lowering blood glucose levels and alleviating digestive problems such as dyspepsia. It also has antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Our 4:1 concentrated extract of cinnamon guarantees maximum quality and effectiveness. Unlike Chinese cinnamon, which contains a high concentration of coumarin, a compound that can be harmful if consumed in large quantities, Ceylon cinnamon only contains traces of coumarin.

Detailed information

Cinnamon: Description and origin

Ceylon cinnamon, or true cinnamon, is obtained from the Ceylon cinnamon tree (Cinnamomum verum J. Presl, Lauraceae family), a tree that can grow 10 m tall and grows wild in the forests of Sri Lanka and southern India. Its leaves are elongated, bright and yellowish-green; and it has small white, greenish or purple flowers1.

Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the peeled bark of the branches of the trees of the Cinnamomum2: the outer bark is discarded and the inner bark is rolled and dried to obtain the cinnamon stick. In cinnamon, in addition to the bark, the leaves, flowers and fruit are used to prepare essential oils for cosmetics and food products3.

Cinnamon: History

Cinnamon bark has been used for thousands of years as a spice. Documents refer to cinnamon being importing to Egypt from China; it is mentioned in the Bible (Exodus and Proverbs) and appears in Chinese texts dating back 4,000 years4. In the 16th Century, Portuguese conquerors discovered Ceylon cinnamon in Sri Lanka and introduced this spice into European countries during the 16th and 17th centuries3.

In addition to being used as a spice, cinnamon was also used for embalming in ancient Egypt3 and for digestive, gynaecological and respiratory problems in Ayurveda2, 5. In China, where it is used as a neuroprotective and for diabetes, it is a highly prized plant3.

Cinnamon: Composition

The bark of Ceylon cinnamon contains two main types of compounds: polyphenols and volatile phenols. The polyphenols in Ceylon cinnamon include vanillic, caffeic, gallic and p-coumaric acid. The composition of its volatile compounds varies depending on the part of the plant used. This means that the bark’s essential oil is rich in cinnamaldehyde3.

An important difference between Ceylon cinnamon and Chinese cinnamon (Cinnamomum aromaticum) is coumarin, a molecule that is potentially harmful: while Ceylon cinnamon only contains traces of it, Chinese cinnamon contains a higher concentration, and it is not therefore advisable to consume Chinese cinnamon regularly or in large quantities2.

Cinnamon: Benefits

Cinnamon also has anti-diabetic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties5.

Cinnamon: Studies

Various in vivo and in vitro studies have demonstrated the multiple beneficial effects of Ceylon cinnamon, such as anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antibacterial properties; a decrease in cardiovascular disease and stimulation of cognitive functions2.

Cinnamon also has hypoglycaemic activity (lowers blood glucose levels) and its use in cases of type 2 diabetes has been investigated in several clinical trials6, 7. In vivo and in vitro testing has demonstrated the beneficial effects of cinnamon extract on diabetes, such as reduced levels of fasting blood glucose, increased HDL cholesterol and a reduction in HBA1c (glycated haemoglobin)2, 5.


  1. Gran diccionario ilustrado de las plantas medicinales descripción y aplicaciones: el libro más completo sobre fitoterapia. Berdonces JL. Ed. Océano, 2009.
  2. Medicinal properties of ‘true’ cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum): a systematic review. Priyanga Ranasinghe, Shehani Pigera, G A Sirimal Premakumara, Priyadarshani Galappaththy, Godwin R Constantine, Prasad Katulanda. BMC Complement Altern Med 2013 Oct 22;13: 275.
  3. Antibacterial effects of cinnamon: from farm to food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. Seyed Fazel Nabavi, Arianna Di Lorenzo, Morteza Izadi, Eduardo Sobarzo-Sánchez, Maria Daglia and Seyed Mohammad Nabavi. Nutrients. 2015 Sep; 7(9): 7729–7748.
  4. From type 2 diabetes to antioxidant activity: a systematic review of the safety and efficacy of common and cassia cinnamon bark. Jean-Jacques Dugoua, Dugald Seely, Dan Perri, Kieran Cooley, Taryn Forelli, Edward Mills, Gideon Koren. Can J Physiol Pharmacol. 2007 Sep;85(9):837-47.
  5. The glycaemic outcomes of Cinnamon, a review of the experimental evidence and clinical trials. Medagama. Nutrition J. 2015. 14: 108.
  6. Acute effect of Ceylon cinnamon extract on postprandial glycemia: alpha-amylase inhibition, starch tolerance test in rats, and randomized crossover clinical trial in healthy volunteers. Beejmohun et al. BMC Complement Altern Med. 2014. 14:351.
  7. Cinnamon extract improves insulin sensitivity in the brain and lowers liver fat in mouse models of obesity. Sartorius et al. PLoS One. 2014. 9(3): e92358.
Updated on 2024/02/21

Use: Ceylon cinnamon


3 capsules per day divided into three doses with half a glass of water, at mealtimes.


Not recommended for pregnant or lactating women. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.


Does not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. If you are undergoing medical treatment, seek your therapist's advice. For adult use only. Keep out of reach of young children.


Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.

Updated on 2024/02/13

Quality: Ceylon cinnamon


Ceylon cinnamon


Cinnamomum verum J. Presl




90 capsules






In France


30 servings


This food supplement is manufactured by a GMP-compliant laboratory (GMPs are the Good Manufacturing Practice guidelines for the European pharmaceutical industry).

The active principle content is guaranteed through regular tests.

Certificate issue date: 2024/02/14

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