Cinnamon Extract cinnamon bark extract 10-30% Cinnamon Polyphenols

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Supply Ability:
2000 Kilogram/Kilograms per Month
Port:
Shanghai
Overview
Quick Details
Type:
Cinnamon Polyphenols
Form:
Powder
Part:
Bark
Extraction Type:
Liquid-Solid Extraction
Packaging:
Drum
Place of Origin:
Shanxi, China (Mainland)
Grade:
Food
Brand Name:
Plamed
Model Number:
TLC03-01
Appearance:
Brown Yellow Fine Powder
Application:
Dietary Supplement
Certificate:
ISO22000
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
1-10kg is packed with double plastic container inside and a Aluminum Foil Bag outside.
11-25kg is packed with double plastic container inside and a carton outside.
>25kg is packed with double plastic container inside and a fiber can outside.
Delivery Time
3 days

Cinnamon Extract is one of PLAMED’s most important products. After lots of R&D work, we now have Cinnamon polyphenols, Cinnamon Proanthocyanidins, Cinnamon Flavonoids, Cinnamon Oleoresin and Cinnamon Essential Oil.

Cinnamon polyphenolsCinnamon Essential oil

 

Cinnamon OleoresinCinnamon Flavor Powder
Product Overview
 Cinnamon extract comes from the bark of Cassia Cinnamon by processing it in water and alcohol solution. Cinnamon polyphenols are considered as its active ingredients. Scientific research has revealed that polyphenols in cinnamon bark can help maintain the body’s ability to metabolize glucose in a healthy way. It is widely used in medicine or functional food to help diabetic people regulate blood sugar, especially in Europe and America.

 

 

Botanical Source

 Cinnamon plants have oval-lanceolate, rough-textured leaves approximately 7 to 20 cm in length. There are mainly two types of cinnamon, Cinnamomum verum, or C. zeylandicum or Ceylon cinnamon, which is considered the real cinnamon, and Cinnamomum cassia, or Chinese cinnamon. Harvesters usually cut the inner bark of the tree into the curled “sticks” which you can find in markets, and the bark can also be ground up into powder. With a sweet but pungent taste, cinnamon bark is one of the world’s favorite spices. What’s more, it has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to support proper digestion for more than 4,000 years.

 

 

Specification

Cinnamon extract

Product name

Specification

Cinnamon Polyphenols

10%, 20%, 30%  UV

Cinnamon Proanthocyanidins

70% UV

Cinnamon Flavonoids

8%, 10%, 20% UV

  

 

 

ANALYSIS

SPECIFICATION

Cinnamon Polyphenols content

10%, 20%, 30%

Test Method

UV

Organoleptic

Appearance

Fine Powder

Color

Yellow Brown

Odor

Characteristic

Taste

Characteristic

Part Used

Bark

Extraction Solvent

Ethanol & Water

Physical Characteristics

Particle Size

100% Through 80 mesh

Loss on drying

≤5.00%

Ash Content

≤5.00%

Heavy Metals

Total Heavy Metals

≤10PPM

As

≤2PPM

Pb

≤2PPM

Microbiological Tests

Total Plate Count

≤1000cfu/g

Total Yeast & Mold

≤100cfu/g

E.Coli

Negative

Salmonella

Negative

Staphylococcus

Negative

 

Production Flow

 

Benefits and dosage

 1. Lowering blood sugar

Cinnamon is frequently treated as an anti-diabetic compound, since it reduces the rate at which glucose enters the body. Cinnamon exerts its beneficial control effects in a number of ways.

Cinnamon can inhibit numerous digestive enzymes, such as alpha-glucosidase, sucrase and potentially pancreatic amylase. Via inhibition of these enzymes, cinnamon can decrease the absorption of glucose into systemic circulation and avoid overly significant insulin spikes.

In systemic circulation (beyond the liver) cinnamon also possesses anti-diabetic effects. A special group of compounds in cinnamon, Methyl Hydroxy Chalcone polymers (MHCPs), activate key enzymes that increase insulin sensitivity by stimulating their receptors, and inhibit the enzymes that deactivate their function.

2. Antioxidant

Cinnamon extracts appear to exhibit antioxidant action. In an experiment to determine the wound healing action of an ethanol extract of cinnamon, researchers suggested the significant increase in wound healing was attributable to the antioxidant activity demonstrated. 

3. Soothe an upset stomach

Cinnamon extracts have been used medically to treat gastrointestinal problems and to help calm the stomach. Cinnamon is a carminative, an agent that helps break up intestinal gas that has traditionally been used to combat diarrhea and morning sickness. Both test-tube and some animal studies have found that cinnamon may help to relieve mild abdominal discomfort caused by excess gas. It is used in flatulent dyspepsia, dyspepsia with nausea, intestinal colic and digestive atony associated with cold & debilitated conditions. It is known to relieve nausea and vomiting, and because of its mild astringency it is particularly used for infantile diarrhea.

4. Relieve Colds and Flu

In both India and Europe, cinnamon has been traditionally taken as a warming herb for "cold" conditions, often in combination with ginger (Zingiber officinale). The herb stimulates circulation, especially to the fingers and toes and has been used for arthritis. Cinnamon is also a traditional remedy for aching muscles and other symptoms of viral conditions such as colds and flu.

 

Cinnamon Extract Dosage

 

Based on Chinese Pharmacopoeia and scientific research, we recommend the following dosage for anti-diabetic purposes. Take it with meals in forms of capsules or tablets. If preferred, the powder can be added to beverages and food such as tea, coffee, hot chocolate, cereal, or oatmeal.

Specification

Recommended dosage

10% Cinnamon Polyphenols

500-3000mg/day

20% Cinnamon Polyphenols

250-1500mg/day

30% Cinnamon Polyphenols

150-1000mg/day

Application

Mainly used in medicine and dietary supplements to support healthy sugar metabolism and stomach health.

 

Application

Form

Purpose

Medical and health industry

Medicine;

Dietary supplements

Lowering blood sugar;

Warming;

Calming stomach

Food industry

Powder drink

Lowering blood sugar;

Warming;

Calming stomach

 

 

Safety

 Cassia cinnamon contains varying amounts of a chemical called coumarin, which might cause or worsen liver disease. In most cases, cassia cinnamon doesn’t have enough coumarin to make you sick. However, for some people, such as those with liver disease, taking a large amount of cassia cinnamon might worsen their condition.

 

 

Packing and Storage

 Packed in 25kg paper drums with two plastic bags inside.

Please store in well closed containers away from moisture and heat.