Our natural, organic remedies are backed by ancient tradition and modern scientific research. They deliver benefits that people around the world have enjoyed for centuries, dating as far back as the Old Testament in the Bible.

Cinnamon has been revered in Egypt for centuries for its antibacterial properties and ability to treat cough and sore throat symptoms.

Honey has a similar history, used in Egypt for antibacterial properties, and regarded in Ayurvedic medicine for its ability to improve digestion, soothe skin, and treat coughs.

We search the world over to find the purest forms of these ingredients and others, to harness the power of nature for healing and well-being.

Countless Health Benefits

Antioxidant Properties

Cinnamon and Honey are packed with natural antioxidants that protect our bodies from free radicals. The cinnamaldehyde found in cinnamon is a powerful antioxidant. Cinnamon has one of the highest antioxidant contents of any other natural ingredient.

Honey contains flavonoids that contribute to its antioxidative capacity. The polyphenols in honey are the powerful antioxidants that reduce heart disease and cancer. The antioxidants are thought to protect people by slowing the disease process in the body. Also, the darker the honey, the higher the antioxidant concentration. That is why we only use dark Brazilian honey in our formula to help the body fight disease and stay healthy.

The comparison of antioxidants in cinnamon to other natural sources:

•  2x more than Turmeric

•  18x more than Elderberry

•  480x more than Apple Cider Vinegar

Antioxidant Properties

Cinnamon and Honey are packed with natural antioxidants that protect our bodies from free radicals. The cinnamaldehyde found in cinnamon is a powerful antioxidant. Cinnamon has one of the highest antioxidant contents of any other natural ingredient.

Honey contains flavonoids that contribute to its antioxidative capacity. The polyphenols in honey are the powerful antioxidants that reduce heart disease and cancer. The antioxidants are thought to protect people by slowing the disease process in the body. Also, the darker the honey, the higher the antioxidant concentration. That is why we only use dark Brazilian honey in our formula to help the body fight disease and stay healthy.

The comparison of antioxidants in cinnamon to other natural sources:

•  2x more than Turmeric

•  18x more than Elderberry

•  480x more than Apple Cider Vinegar

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Antioxidant Properties

Cinnamon and Honey are packed with natural antioxidants that protect our bodies from free radicals. The cinnamaldehyde found in cinnamon is a powerful antioxidant. Cinnamon has one of the highest antioxidant contents of any other natural ingredient.

Honey contains flavonoids that contribute to its antioxidative capacity. The polyphenols in honey are the powerful antioxidants that reduce heart disease and cancer. The antioxidants are thought to protect people by slowing the disease process in the body. Also, the darker the honey, the higher the antioxidant concentration. That is why we only use dark Brazilian honey in our formula to help the body fight disease and stay healthy.

The comparison of antioxidants in cinnamon to other natural sources:

•  2x more than Turmeric

•  18x more than Elderberry

•  480x more than Apple Cider Vinegar

Gut Health

The delicate balance of microorganisms in our gut’s microbiome plays a large role in our immunity. Lymph nodes present in our gut rely on the surrounding environment to alert the immune system and illicit a response to an infection. An imbalance of microbiome in our gut can possibly delay an immune response or even render it ineffective.

Candida overgrowth is very commonly associated with an unhealthy, imbalanced gut. This overgrowth is observed especially during viral infections. Our immune system is naturally equipped to fight viral infections as soon as they occur. However, this gut imbalance can hinder our immune system and the infection can progress to present symptoms. Cinnamon’s natural ability to effectively improve patients’ response to Candida infections can keep your gut healthy and immune system ready to fight any infections.

Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Chronic inflammation is a contributing factor in many age-related diseases. According to the National Library of Medicine, one study showed that Sri Lanka cinnamon was one of the most potent, anti-inflammatory foods out of 115 foods tested. It protects the body on a cellular level from viruses and infections through its active ingredient, cinnamaldehyde.

Honey has been used to treat burns, infected and non-healing wounds and ulcers, boils, diabetic foot ulcers, and more since the beginning of time. This is due to honey’s antibacterial action, high acidity, osmotic effect, and antioxidant content. It also acts as an immune response to infections and induces the production of antibodies.

Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Chronic inflammation is a contributing factor in many age-related diseases. According to the National Library of Medicine, one study showed that Sri Lanka cinnamon was one of the most potent, anti-inflammatory foods out of 115 foods tested. It protects the body on a cellular level from viruses and infections through its active ingredient, cinnamaldehyde.

Honey has been used to treat burns, infected and non-healing wounds and ulcers, boils, diabetic foot ulcers, and more since the beginning of time. This is due to honey’s antibacterial action, high acidity, osmotic effect, and antioxidant content. It also acts as an immune response to infections and induces the production of antibodies.

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Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Chronic inflammation is a contributing factor in many age-related diseases. According to the National Library of Medicine, one study showed that Sri Lanka cinnamon was one of the most potent, anti-inflammatory foods out of 115 foods tested. It protects the body on a cellular level from viruses and infections through its active ingredient, cinnamaldehyde.

Honey has been used to treat burns, infected and non-healing wounds and ulcers, boils, diabetic foot ulcers, and more since the beginning of time. This is due to honey’s antibacterial action, high acidity, osmotic effect, and antioxidant content. It also acts as an immune response to infections and induces the production of antibodies.

Heart Health & Diabetes

Cholesterol Reduction

Lowering cholesterol is important for reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Cinnamon reduces LDL (bad) cholesterol levels, triglycerides, and total cholesterol, while increasing HDL (good) cholesterol, making it a naturally effective way to protect heart health. The Cinnamaldehyde in cinnamon helps lower blood pressure and manage diabetes.

Lower Blood Sugar

High blood sugar happens when your body cannot properly make or use insulin to keep blood glucose in check. Cinnamon has been shown to have the potential to lower blood sugar levels, as it contains antihyperglycemic properties that can lower blood glucose levels. It decreases the amount of glucose that enters your blood stream, by interfering with digestive enzymes, which slows the breakdown of carbs in your digestive tract.

Absorption Rate of Liquid Cinnamon vs Capsules into the Blood Stream

Liquid Cinnamon overall has a better absorption rate then capsules because it is already liquified and processed into a filtered and active form prior to digestion. Capsules on the other hand have to be dissolved and broken down in the body, so it is being delivered inactive when entering the stomach.

Liquid Cinnamon is directly ingested and the bioactive polyphenols are then rapidly absorbed at up to 90-98% of the consumed dose. In comparison, capsules have to be broken down by the body and further processed after ingesting to release bioactive polyphenols. Capsules are only absorbed at 39-53% of the consumed dose.

Antiviral Properties

According to Dr. Milton Schiffenbaur of the New York School of Career and Applied Studies, it was found that cinnamon was effective in deactivating viruses in select organisms. They found that cinnamon extracts, when against a virus that infects bacteria, deactivated 99.9 to 100 percent of the virus after only 10 minutes. This evidence suggests that cinnamon helps eradicate viruses by damaging its structure, making it a great natural agent for fighting back against colds and the flu.

Cough Suppressant

Many standard cough medicines have harmful side effects, but honey offers a natural alternative. Honey has been proven effective for eliminating coughs by reducing mucus secretion. Evidence has even shown that honey was a better alternative to dextromethorphan, a cough suppressant, when reducing a frequent cough and is recommended by the CDC.

Antibacterial Properties

Cinnamon and honey have both demonstrated antibacterial properties that can help the body prevent infection and heal naturally.

Cinnamon contains bioactive phytochemicals such as cinnamaldehyde and eugenol. The phytochemicals in cinnamon is what gives it antibacterial properties, slowing and reducing bacteria growth in the body. Studies show that cinnamon is able to be used as an alternative to synthetic antibiotics, especially when treating antibiotic resistant bacterial infections.

Using honey raises levels of disease-fighting antioxidants in your blood. Polyphenol compounds, vitamin C, Vitamin E, enzymes, and trace elements in honey is what carries its antibacterial activity.

Antibacterial Properties

Cinnamon and honey have both demonstrated antibacterial properties that can help the body prevent infection and heal naturally.

Cinnamon contains bioactive phytochemicals such as cinnamaldehyde and eugenol. The phytochemicals in cinnamon is what gives it antibacterial properties, slowing and reducing bacteria growth in the body. Studies show that cinnamon is able to be used as an alternative to synthetic antibiotics, especially when treating antibiotic resistant bacterial infections.

Using honey raises levels of disease-fighting antioxidants in your blood. Polyphenol compounds, vitamin C, Vitamin E, enzymes, and trace elements in honey is what carries its antibacterial activity.

antibacterial properties of honey | True Vine Organics

Antibacterial Properties

Cinnamon and honey have both demonstrated antibacterial properties that can help the body prevent infection and heal naturally.

Cinnamon contains bioactive phytochemicals such as cinnamaldehyde and eugenol. The phytochemicals in cinnamon is what gives it antibacterial properties, slowing and reducing bacteria growth in the body. Studies show that cinnamon is able to be used as an alternative to synthetic antibiotics, especially when treating antibiotic resistant bacterial infections.

Using honey raises levels of disease-fighting antioxidants in your blood. Polyphenol compounds, vitamin C, Vitamin E, enzymes, and trace elements in honey is what carries its antibacterial activity.

Reduction in Endometriosis Symptoms

Cinnamon is not only an anti-inflammatory spice, but has also been proven effective in reducing heavy bleeding and pain in women with primary dysmenorrhea. A study found a significant reduction in nausea and vomiting from being prescribed cinnamon. These are two very common symptoms many people with Endometriosis suffer from. Cinnamon also supports blood sugar regulation, which is beneficial for inflammation and hormonal imbalances that result in painful periods and heavy bleeding that is caused by elevated blood sugar levels.

Lower Blood Pressure

Multiple studies have shown that taking cinnamon as a dietary supplement leads to a significant fall in systolic and diastolic blood pressure. The vasorelaxant property of cinnamon, due to the production of nitric oxide, is the main cause of this effect on blood pressure. Cinnamon helps dilate and relax the blood vessels.

Antifungal Properties

Cinnamon has antifungal properties which have been proven effective in the treatment of Candida yeast infections. Cinnamon is good for Candida infections because it is able to break up the protective layer of the bacteria. It then acts as an antifungal agent by damaging the cell membrane and preventing the yeast from forming pseudo hyphae, a structure used by yeast to grow and spread.

The digestive system consists of organs that transform food into energy and other nutrients that function your body. A range of diseases can occur if any system fails. Honey is a powerhouse of amino acids, minerals, and enzymes. Honey also acts as a catalyst in the digestion process for carbohydrates and sugars. Honey contains a compound called Methylglyoxal, that helps cure bacterial infections in the stomach.

Antifungal Properties

Cinnamon has antifungal properties which have been proven effective in the treatment of Candida yeast infections. Cinnamon is good for Candida infections because it is able to break up the protective layer of the bacteria. It then acts as an antifungal agent by damaging the cell membrane and preventing the yeast from forming pseudo hyphae, a structure used by yeast to grow and spread.

The digestive system consists of organs that transform food into energy and other nutrients that function your body. A range of diseases can occur if any system fails. Honey is a powerhouse of amino acids, minerals, and enzymes. Honey also acts as a catalyst in the digestion process for carbohydrates and sugars. Honey contains a compound called Methylglyoxal, that helps cure bacterial infections in the stomach.

ceylon cinnamon health benefits | True Vine Organics

Antifungal Properties

Cinnamon has antifungal properties which have been proven effective in the treatment of Candida yeast infections. Cinnamon is good for Candida infections because it is able to break up the protective layer of the bacteria. It then acts as an antifungal agent by damaging the cell membrane and preventing the yeast from forming pseudo hyphae, a structure used by yeast to grow and spread.

The digestive system consists of organs that transform food into energy and other nutrients that function your body. A range of diseases can occur if any system fails. Honey is a powerhouse of amino acids, minerals, and enzymes. Honey also acts as a catalyst in the digestion process for carbohydrates and sugars. Honey contains a compound called Methylglyoxal, that helps cure bacterial infections in the stomach.