Ceylon cinnamon is native to Sri Lanka and is grown in Madagascar, India, Brazil and the Caribbean. It is rarer and more expensive than the common Cassia cinnamon. Ceylon cinnamon contains less coumarin than the other varieties, which makes it less taxing for the liver. Herbalists often recommend Ceylon cinnamon to help balance blood sugar.
*Cinnamon way worsen acid reflux. Due to its stimulant properties, medicinal doses are not safe during pregnancy. This should not be considered a complete list of all possible contraindications.*
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