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    Sri Lankan Spices

    Sri Lanka…The ‘Spice Island’!

    Sri Lanka inherits a majestic history for its home-grown spices. From the ancient days to now, Sri Lankan (Ceylon) spices have added its unique flavor and aroma for both local and international cuisines. Without limiting to the basic definition, today Sri Lankan spices catering to a wider range of consumer needs across the world with its herbal qualities.

    Sri Lanka, globally known as ‘Spice Island’, claims a virtuous climate which enables Ceylon farmers to grow a range of spices with outstanding organic qualities. These exemplary values of Sri Lankan spice production have brought in the attention of many countries across the globe.

    Today, Sri Lanka is known for its spice produce which deliver some outstanding taste, aroma and herbal qualities.  Offering includes cinnamon, pepper, cloves, cardamoms, nutmeg, mace, vanilla and much more.

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    Benefits of Ceylon Spices
    Ceylon Spices are much beyond its traditional use of flavoring dishes. It also delivers some important medicinal properties. Most of Sri Lankan spices are also used to extract its oils / oleoresin which form important ingredients in perfume and cosmetic productions due to its distinctive fragrance.

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    Reduced Inflammation

    Ceylon cinnamon's active ingredient, cinnamaldehyde, may have anti-inflammatory properties. Cinnamaldehyde has been shown to reduce the inflammatory response in the body, leading to fewer negative symptoms. Inflammation is linked to chronic conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and arthritis. Ceylon cinnamon has been able to reduce symptoms of these conditions.
    Help managing diabetes

    Help managing diabetes

    Cinnamon has benefits for people with insulin resistance or diabetes. Studies show that regularly consuming cinnamon can help your body's natural response to insulin. This can help your body moderate its blood sugar levels more effectively and reduce your risk of hypo- or hyperglycaemia incidents.
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    Skin care

    Cinnamon oil has proved to give benefits in improving skin condition by way of attacking swells, inflammation conditions, pains and redness. Apart from that, consumption of cinnamon gives potential protection against allergies and rashes in most instances.

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    Help managing Cholesterol Levels

    Help managing Cholesterol Levels

    Early studies done with cinnamon have shown that it can help reduce your cholesterol levels. "Bad" LDL cholesterol is connected to problems like heart disease, as are high cholesterol levels overall. Cinnamon appears to help lower LDL and overall cholesterol levels without affecting "good" HDL cholesterol significantly.
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    Oral hygiene and anti-bacterial/viral qualities

    Properties in cinnamon can fight bacteria which can cause bad breadth, cavity and even infections inside mouth / gums. Cinnamon is capable of acting as a strong immune-booster which can help human body in fighting harmful bacteria / viruses.

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    Cinnamon

    Cinnamon is a plant endemic to Sri Lanka and cinnamon trade has a very long history since 2000BC. It obtains by shaving the inner bark of the cinnamon plant. When it comes to health benefits of cinnamon you can have it as a powerful compound that can control the blood sugar levels and reducing harmful cholesterols and triglycerides. Recent research studies reveal that cinnamaldehyde in cinnamon is the responsible compound for that. It is also identified as beneficial for the prevention of bacterial and fungal infections of the digestive system and protects from diseases. You can use Cinnamon as pieces or powder and cinnamon oil, extracted from the leaf as a disinfectant and an air purifier.
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    Pepper

    Pepper is the “King of spices” and it is the most commonly traded spice in the world. It has anti-inflammatory properties and pain-relieving abilities. Sri Lankan pepper is a rich source of essential minerals like Potassium, Calcium, Zinc, Manganese, Iron, Magnesium, Vitamin B- complex, anti-oxidants such as vitamin A and Vitamin C which protects the body from cancers and other diseases. In addition to that pepper stimulates the taste buds and improve digestion. It is commonly used as a medication for stomach upsets, skin diseases, the formation of intestinal gas and promote urination also.
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    Cloves

    Clove is a type of a fully-grown flower bud picked before they bloom and then dried. It has its own fragrance and an aroma. A most popular benefit of clove is using as a remedy for toothaches and oral diseases. Furthermore, Clove contains a high number of antioxidants that helps to promote immune system activities like protecting from various diseases.

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    Nutmeg and mace

    Nutmeg is the seed and mace is the net-like cover around the seed. Both are used as flavoring agents in cooking. It is also beneficial for your health that relieves pain, improving cognitive functions, helps in blood circulation and for skin health. Even though nutmeg and mace both derived from the same fruit, they are considered as two different spices. Mace has an intense aroma than nutmeg. Taste is also spicier than nutmeg. Mace is rich in vitamin C, A, Calcium, iron and having several health benefits as anti-fungal properties and relieving pain in muscles and joints.
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    Cardamom

    Cardamom is called as the “Queen of spices” and it has its own strong aromatic flavor and aroma. It is a natural digestive enhancer that prevents the fullness and abdominal bloating. The Cardamom spice promotes your dental health by removing bad bacteria that make a bad breath and dental caries. In addition to that, Cardamom has a blend of minerals and helps to keep the electrolyte balance in your body. Also, cardamom supports weight loss and diabetes.

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