Cinnamon Bark has been used throughout history, and across
most cultures, as a culinary spice, for herbal bath
decoctions and as a food remedy to maintain healthy blood
Bija Green Tea Chai (20 teabags)
Flora Health, Bija
A stimulating blend of traditional tea and flavorful spices.
Best Cinnamon Extract Cinnulin PF (125 mg - 60 capsules)
Research has revealed that constituents in cinnamon bark called procyanidin Type-A polymers help maintain the body's ability to metabolize glucose in a healthy way.
Coral White Toothpaste, Tea Tree (6 oz)
Coral LLC. | Coral Calcium
Coral Inc. Eco Safe Coral White Toothpaste, no fluoride, pH balanced, formulated with ionic calcium from above sea coral.
Cinnamon Bark (240 Caps 600 mg)
Cinnamon Bark has been historically used as a digestive aid and to promote other health benefits. Recent studies indicate that Cinnamon may also help support healthy serum lipid levels.
Blood Sugar Health (60 caps)*
Whole Food Based Supplement formulated with Clinical Strength Nutrients in support of Blood Glucose Balance. Gluten Free, Stearate Free and No additives.
Cinnamon Bark 600 mg (120 Caps)
Cinnamon Bark has been historically used as a digestive aid and to promote other health benefits. Recent studies indicate that Cinnamon may also help support healthy serum lipid levels. In addition, Cinnamon contains potent antioxidants that help to support cardiovascular function.* Cinnamon Bark Fact Sheet
Cinnamol (1 oz)
North American Herb and Spice
Pure edible cinnamon oil for the maximum concentration of cinnamon
Artemesia (100 Vcaps)
Artemisia possesses properties which potentially support balanced intestinal microbiology.
Cinnamon Force (60 liquid vcaps)*
New Chapter Nutrition
Supercritical Cinnamon Helps to Maintain Blood Sugar Already in a Normal Range. 100% vegetarian.
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