In the Western hemisphere, the smell of cinnamon is often associated with winter and the holiday season. However, cinnamon has been used as a spice for thousands of years. Records show that early civilizations such as India, China and Egypt used and appreciated cinnamon. During the times of the ancient Greek and Roman empires, cinnamon was traded to European countries as well, where it was initially used as incense and as a natural remedy to cure gout. It wasn’t until later that cinnamon also became popular as a spice. From the 16th to the 18th century, cinnamon was considered a particularly valuable spice and thus a luxury item.
Golisan cinnamon extract
Golisan cinnamon extract is highly concentrated and soluble in water which makes it easy to use and small enough to fit into a pocket or handbag. The drops can be taken dissolved in a drink and are readily absorbed by the body.
3 x daily 5 drops (dissolved in water or another drink) help alleviate a variety of symptoms.
Golisan cinnamon extract is 100% plant-based and produced with high quality cinnamon from organic agriculture. The product does not contain artificial additives, caffeine or other stimulants.
Our product is made in Switzerland, complies with the GMP (good manufacturing practice) certification standard and is controlled and certified by Swiss Quality Testing.
You will receive your drops in a dark glass bottle which protects the cinnamon extract from light and keeps it fresh.
Golisan cinnamon extract is a dietary supplement and does not replace medical treatment or medication.
Please contact us, should you have further questions about the production and effects of the product.
The use of Golisan cinnamon drops is recommended for:
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Bronchitis and the common cold
- Menstrual cramps
Further positive effects of cinnamon extract:
- Boosts the metabolism
- Helps with weight loss
- Antimicrobial properties
Golisan cinnamon extract is a pure natural product, soluble in water and can be readily absorbed by the body.
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