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Product Specifications

Botanical Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Plant Part Used: Bark
Processing Method: Drying, Grinding

Also known as ‘True Cinnamon’, Ceylon Cinnamon is native to Southern India and Sri Lanka. It has softer, tighter sticks than cassia cinnamon and is tan brown in colour. Ceylon Cinnamon is used in desserts because of its mild sweet taste. According to studies, it contains low levels of cinnamaldehyde and coumarins, a compound that causes blood thinning. Apart from that, cinnamon contains bioactive constituents, which are believed to have antioxidant and astringent properties that are beneficial to overall digestive health.

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What is the maximum moisture content permissible in your Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Powder?

Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Powder with a moisture content of less than 5% is available with us. The moisture content of any product promotes the growth of microorganisms, which is directly proportional to the reduction of biological hazards. Our product's moisture content of less than 5% provides greater control of microbial growth and, as a result, longer the shelf life.

Is there a limit to the amount of ash in Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Powder that is acceptable?

The ash value is the residue left after the drug or plant component has been incinerated. It shows how many inorganic salts are naturally present in the ingredient and adhere to it. It also contains inorganic matter, which aids in the detection of adulteration. An ash value of more than 5% indicates the presence of inorganic metal salts in the substance.

Is there a limit on how much pesticide this product can contain?

No, we do not consider pesticide-contaminated organic material. Our products are tested by reputable third-party laboratories such as Eurofins, SGS, and TUV. Pesticides are detected using the USDA 561 list of banned pesticides and the European Union's Minimum Residual Limits (MRLs) for pesticides. We consider products as Organic in addition to applicable certifications when pesticides are detected below the standard of detection (LOD).

List the heavy metals you're considering about using to qualify this material, and why?

In our goods, we search for total heavy metals, lead, arsenic, mercury, and cadmium. Numerous studies have concluded that these heavy metals are harmful to humans beyond such limits and are recognised carcinogens. We also ensure that our product complies with California Prop 65 lead content requirements of less than 0.5 ppm.

What do you understand by CA prop 65?

Proposition 65 (Prop 65) is the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, which creates a list of chemicals that have been determined by the state of California's risk assessment process to pose a risk of cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive damage. We make certain that our goods are free of harmful substances or have residual levels that are within legal limits.

Is Ceylon Cinnamon Powder Organically Grown and Processed (GMO)?

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) can pose significant and difficult food safety risks. We do not accept Ceylon Cinnamon Powder from farms or facilities that cultivate or process GMO crops.
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