Raw Earth Ceylon Cinnamon Extract 2 oz - Optimally Organic
Raw Earth Ceylon Cinnamon Extract 2oz - Optimally Organic
Raw Earth Ceylon Cinnamon Extract 2 oz - Optimally Organic

Ceylon Cinnamon Extract 2oz

Regular price$19.95

RAW EARTH Concentrated Live Extract
Ceylon Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) - 2oz

Organically Grown Ingredients
Patented Cold Water Extraction Process
Never Heated & Free of Alcohol or Preservatives
Small Batch Produced
Water Extracted Fulvic Acid X350 Nutrient Delivery System

Contains Approx. 60 Servings

Ceylon Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) is known as the Most Beneficial of all Cinnamon Varieties and is very high in the compound Cinnamaldehyde.

Cinnamaldehyde is an Antimutagen that supports Cellular DNA Integrity and Repair. We believe this attribute alone makes this great tasting and easy to use Bio-active Ceylon Cinnamon Extract indispensable.

Ceylon Cinnamon Extract is Excellent for Cold and Flu Season Immune Support. Ceylon Cinnamon Extract also supports:

DNA Integrity & Repair
Balanced Blood Sugar
Healthy Inflammatory Response
The Heart
Nerve Cells

The Best Tasting, Most Pure and Bio-Active Ceylon Cinnamon Extract on the World Market. We Guarantee it!

Raw Earth's Patented Cold Water Extraction Process retains all the Vital Nutrients and Beneficial Bio-Markers of our organically grown Ceylon Cinnamon Raw Bark. Unlike our competitor's extracts, Raw Earth extracts are never heated, irradiated, chemically extracted, or alcohol extracted. We never add artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. We know of a better way!

Our one of a kind Patented Cold Water Extraction Process utilizes a Water Extracted Fulvic Ionic Minerals nutrient delivery system to create a finished product that works. Water Extracted Fulvic Acid X350 is a nutrient transport system that delivers nutrients into the cells. Fulvic Ionic Minerals have been studied for decades and are the proven link to excellent and vibrant health because of their ability to transport nutrients into our cells. Once an integral part of our diet via root uptake from humic acid and fulvic acid rich soils, they are no longer found in our food supply due to conventional farming practices stripping the soils of these critical elements.

Ingredients: Organic Ceylon Cinnamon Raw Bark, Organic Coconut Oil derived vegetable glycerin, Sunflower lecithin, and Water Extracted Fulvic Ionic Minerals X350 (Fulvic Acid). Finished product is not certified organic.

Delicious and easy to use by dropping directly in the mouth or by adding to water. Glass dropper included. Great for cooking or baking.

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