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Cinnamon-Cassia is believed to balance the spleen, kidney, heart, and liver meridians and to stimulate circulation and the movement of ‘chi’ or energy.14 It is considered to be warming to the kidneys and is particularly useful in cold or stagnant conditions.20 In Ayurveda (traditional Indian system of healing) cassia is referred to as ‘twak’2 and believed to support the respiratory, digestive, nervous, circulatory, urinary, and reproductive systems.21 Cassia is a highly valued and multipurpose medicinal herb. According to the Ayurvedic practitioner, Karta Khalsa, “the classic patient who can benefit from cinnamon is cold, dry, and frail.”2 Cinnamon is considered to be a warming herb that is stimulating to the circulatory system and soothing for the digestive system.2,21
- Sweet and spicy. Sweeter in comparison to Ceylon cinnamon. Not as much heat.
1 tsp/8 oz