Health Benefits of Cinnamon.


Cinnamon is a spice that comes from the branches of wild trees that belong to the genus "Cinnamomum" - native to the Caribbean, South America, and Southeast Asia.


There are two main types of cinnamon:


  • Cinnamomum verum (Ceylon cinnamon), most commonly used in the Western world

  • Cinnamomum aromaticum (Chinese cinnamon), which originates from southern China regions, is typically less expensive than Ceylon cinnamon.



Better Heart Health


In a recent study from Penn State, researchers found that a diet rich in spices, like cinnamon and turmeric,  reduced triglycerides by about 30%. After a high-fat meal, levels of fats in your blood known as triglycerides rise, and chronically high triglycerides raise the risk of heart disease. Blood samples drawn after meals also revealed 13% higher blood antioxidant levels. 


Blood Sugar Regulation


Cinnamon may lower blood sugar in people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, according to Diabetes UK. However high quality research supporting the claim remains scarce.


Fungal Infections


According to the National Institutes of Health, cinnamaldehyde - a chemical found in Cassia cinnamon - can help fight against bacterial and fungal infections.


Use for Tassot Apiaries Whipped Honey  Cinnamon:


  • Poor honey cinnamon into your coffee.

  • Add a spoon or two of honey cinnamon to hot oatmeal, or cereal.

  • Add honey cinnamon to yogurt, along with cooked, chilled quinoa, fresh cut fruit, and nuts or seeds.

  • Season roasted or grilled fruit with a drip of honey cinnamon.

  • Stir cinnamon into almond butter, or any nut or seed butter, and use as a dip for fresh apple or pear wedges or a filling for celery.

  • Season roasted sweet potatoes, spaghetti, and butternut squash with honey cinnamon.

  • Drizzle a little of honey cinnamon onto popcorn.

  • Add a little of honey cinnamon into melted dark chocolate and drizzle over whole nuts to make spicy ‘bark’ or use as a dip or coating for fresh fruit.





Tassot Apiaries whipped honey cinnamon only contain honey and a hit of cinnamon. However before you start using cinnamon supplements and if you take any medication regularly, talk to your doctor. They could interact with antibiotics, diabetes drugs, blood thinners, heart medicines, and others.