Ceylon Cinnamon Ormus

Cinnamomum verum, called "true cinnamon tree" or Ceylon cinnamon tree is a small evergreen tree belonging to the family Lauraceae, native to Sri Lanka.

Cinnamon Explained

Cinnamon comes from the inner bark of many different varieties of evergreen trees belonging to the genus species cinnamomum. These trees are native to South East Asia, Sri Lanka, and southwest India but are now grown in many warm, sunny areas. Cinnamon trees are typically grown for two to three years, and then trimmed using a method referred to as coppicing, which results in a dozen or more new shoots being formed the following year. Once the new shoots are ready for harvesting, the bark is peeled away from the tree and dried. As the bark dries, it naturally curls up into cinnamon's characteristic rolls that are called "quills."

Ceylon Cinnamon

Ceylon Cinnamon is considered by many to be "true" cinnamon and originates specifically from the tree known as cinnamomum zeylanicum. Ceylon cinnamon has a flavor that is sweeter and more refined than that of the cassia variety. It is typically more expensive and difficult to find than the cassia cinnamon varieties. For this reason cassia is used more often in American kitchens than Ceylon cinnamon.

Cassia VS "True" Cinnamon

In the United States, the spice known as cassia is often used interchangeably with true cinnamon. Cassia is the Chinese variety of cinnamon and is not always considered to be true cinnamon even though it is derived from one of the species of the cinnamomum genus species. Today, cassia is mostly grown in China, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam and Ceylon cinnamon is grown in Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Brazil, India, and the Caribbean.

History of Cinnamon

Cinnamon has been used throughout history and is one of the oldest spices known to humans. The ancient Egyptians had many uses for cinnamon, including as a spice for beverages, a medicinal herb, and even as an embalming agent.

Cinnamon was highly valued in ancient China and was mentioned in 2700 B.C.E. in one of the earliest Chinese botanical medicine books.

Nero, a Roman emperor who ruled during the first century A.D. is reported to have burned a year supply of cinnamon as an extravagant signal of his personal loss when his wife passed away.

Cinnamon became very popular during the Middle Ages and was used to help meld the flavors of meats and fruits that were commonly cooked together in a casserole-like meal. Mince Pie is an example of a food that is derived from the Middle Ages that is still eaten by some today.

Potential Health Benefits of Ceylon Cinnamon

Cinnamon has been used as a part of medicine on both eastern and western cultures throughout recorded history. There are countless potential health benefits of Ceylon cinnamon. It is reported to treat:

  • Arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Heart disease
  • Menstrual problems
  • Peptic ulcers
  • Psoriasis

According to WebMD, a recent study suggested that cassia and Ceylon cinnamon may be beneficial for helping to lower blood glucose levels in diabetics. However, the [www.diabetes.org American Diabetes Association] insists that cinnamon provides no health benefits for individuals with diabetes. Many herbs are used to help treat people suffering from diabetes. Clearly, more clinical research is needed in order to determine whether cinnamon can be beneficial for diabetes and other health conditions.

Individuals with a history of oxalate-containing kidney stones should avoid over-consumption of this spice as it contains moderate levels of oxalate.

Cinnamon is High in a Substance With Powerful Medicinal Properties

Cinnamon is a spice that is made from the inner bark of trees called Cinnamomum. It has been used as an ingredient throughout history, dating back as far as Ancient Egypt. It used to be rare and valuable, and was regarded as a gift fit for kings.

The distinct smell and flavor of cinnamon is due to the oily part, which is very high in a compound called cinnamaldehyde.

It is this compound that is responsible for most of cinnamon’s powerful effects on health and metabolism.

Cinnamon is Loaded With Antioxidants

Antioxidants protect the body from oxidative damage caused by free radicals.

Cinnamon is loaded with powerful antioxidants, such as polyphenols.

In a study that compared the antioxidant activity of 26 spices, cinnamon wound up as the clear winner, even outranking “superfoods” like garlic and oregano.

In fact, it is so powerful that cinnamon can be used as a natural food preservative.

Cinnamon Has Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Inflammation in the body is incredibly important.

It helps the body fight infections and repair tissue damage.

However, inflammation can become a problem when it is chronic (long-term) and directed against the body’s own tissues.

Cinnamon may be useful in this regard, because some studies show that the antioxidants in it have potent anti-inflammatory activity.

Cinnamon May Cut the Risk of Heart Disease

Cinnamon has been linked with reduced risk of heart disease, the world’s most common cause of premature death.

In people with type 2 diabetes, 1 gram of cinnamon per day has beneficial effects on blood markers.

It reduces levels of total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, while HDL cholesterol remains stable.

More recently, a big review study concluded that a cinnamon dose of just 120 milligrams per day can have these effects. In this study, cinnamon also increased HDL (the “good”) cholesterol.

In animal studies, cinnamon has been shown to reduce blood pressure.

When combined, all these factors may drastically cut the risk of heart disease.

Cinnamon Can Improve Sensitivity to The Hormone Insulin

Insulin is one of the key hormones that regulate metabolism and energy use.

It is also essential for the transport of blood sugar from the bloodstream and into cells.

The problem is that many people are resistant to the effects of insulin.

This condition, known as insulin resistance, is a hallmark of serious conditions like metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes.

Well, the good news is that cinnamon can dramatically reduce insulin resistance, helping this incredibly important hormone to do its job.

By helping insulin do its job, cinnamon can lower blood sugar levels, which brings us to the next point…

Cinnamon Lowers Blood Sugar Levels and Has a Powerful Anti-Diabetic Effect

Cinnamon is well known for its blood sugar lowering effects.

Apart from the beneficial effects on insulin resistance, cinnamon can lower blood sugar by several other mechanisms.

First, cinnamon has been shown to decrease the amount of glucose that enters the bloodstream after a meal.

It does this by interfering with numerous digestive enzymes, which slows the breakdown of carbohydrates in the digestive tract.

Second, a compound in cinnamon can act on cells by mimicking insulin.

This greatly improves glucose uptake by cells, although it acts much slower than insulin itself.

Numerous human trials have confirmed the anti-diabetic effects of cinnamon, showing that it can lower fasting blood sugar levels by up to 10-29%.

The effective dose is typically 1-6 grams of cinnamon per day (around 0.5-2 teaspoons).

Cinnamon May Have Beneficial Effects on Neurodegenerative Diseases

Neurodegenerative diseases are characterized by progressive loss of the structure or function of brain cells.

Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease are two of the most common types.

Two compounds found in cinnamon appear to inhibit the buildup of a protein called tau in the brain, which is one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease.

In a study looking at mice with Parkinson’s disease, cinnamon helped to protect neurons, normalize neurotransmitter levels and improve motor function.

These effects need to be studied further in humans.

Cinnamon May Be Protective Against Cancer

Cancer is a serious disease, characterized by uncontrolled growth of cells.

Cinnamon has been widely studied for its potential use in cancer prevention and treatment.

Overall, the evidence is limited to test tube experiments and animal studies, which suggest that cinnamon extracts may protect against cancer.

It acts by reducing the growth of cancer cells and the formation of blood vessels in tumors, and appears to be toxic to cancer cells, causing cell death.

A study in mice with colon cancer revealed cinnamon to be a potent activator of detoxifying enzymes in the colon, protecting against further cancer growth.

These findings were supported by test tube experiments, which showed that cinnamon activates protective antioxidant responses in human colon cells.

Whether cinnamon has any effect in living, breathing humans needs to be confirmed in controlled trials.

Cinnamon Helps Fight Bacterial and Fungal Infections

Cinnamaldehyde, the main active component of cinnamon, may help fight various kinds of infection.

Cinnamon oil has been shown to effectively treat respiratory tract infections caused by fungi.

It can also inhibit the growth of certain bacteria, including Listeria and Salmonella.

The antimicrobial effects of cinnamon may also help prevent tooth decay and reduce bad breath.

Cinnamon May Help Fight The HIV Virus

HIV is a virus that slowly breaks down the immune system, which can eventually lead to AIDS if untreated.

Cinnamon extracted from Cassia varieties is thought to help fight against HIV-1.

This is the most common strain of the HIV virus in humans.

A laboratory study looking at HIV infected cells found that cinnamon was the most effective treatment of all 69 medicinal plants studied.

Human trials are needed to confirm these effects.

It is Better to Use Ceylon (“True” Cinnamon)

Not all cinnamon is created equal.

The Cassia variety contains significant amounts of a compound called coumarin, which is believed to be harmful in large doses.

All cinnamon should have health benefits, but Cassia may cause problems in large doses due to the coumarin content.

Ceylon (“true” cinnamon) is much better in this regard, and studies show that it is much lower in coumarin than the Cassia variety.

Unfortunately, most cinnamon found in supermarkets is the cheaper Cassia variety.


Holy Anointing Oil

Holy anointing oil is mentioned in the bible Exodus 30:22-25. An interpretation of the oil is equal parts of Ceylon Cinnamon, Cannabis, Myrrh, and cold pressed Olive Oil. I have made this oil by crushing them all up, adding the Olive oil and letting it cook on a low to medium heat until all the goodness is cooked into the oil. Then Filter and In-joy :)


 

Ceylon Cinnamon Ormus

 

 

In order to make this Ormus, I crushed Ceylon Cinnamon and cooked it on low heat into a tea. Then I added Dead Sea Salt and Washing soda to make Ormus via the Egyptian Wet Method during the Full moon in November 2015. After washing it 3 times, its now ready to In-Joy :)


Limited Supplies: Since only a limited amount is made during each full moon this is for 1oz of Ormus. At a drop or two a day this will last you around 1-3 months

Benefits:

Full Spectrum

Mental Clarity

Rejuvenation

Improves Vision

Increases Intuition

Sense of Calmness

Better Communication Between Cells

Locally collected Ormus minerals made with Ceylon Cinnamon crushed into a tea, Dead Sea Salt, and harmonically structured water.

Just like how the tide is higher during the full moon, more Ormus elements are in the air during a full moon night. This explains why collecting dew during a full moon has more Ormus elements and why during a full moon people inhale more of these element which has effects on our behavior.

So when I make my Ormus I put it in a fish tank and put tubes from fish bubblers into the jars to pull these elements out of the air into the jar which then traps them in the solution. I also put a filter on top because of all the pollution in the air. Then I set it out in the moon light and take it inside in the morning. This makes for some potent Ormus. I put a pyramid on top and have a Tesla Purple Plate and Orgone in the tank to give good vibes during the birthing process also.

I have been having problems with using Lye so this time I used Baked Baking Soda, also known as Washing Soda or Natron, instead and had great results. More information here:

 

http://www.eck-tech.com/DIY.php

 



Ormus is the final result of a natural & ancient alchemical process beginning with Dead Sea salt and Ceylon Cinnamon crushed into a tea and ending with isolated noble metals including osmium, iridium, platinum, gold, rhodium, silver, and palladium in a monoatomic form. Abundant research on this substance indicates it is superconductive and capable of carrying and transmitting 'light' or electromagnetic energy. Ormus is considered extremely important for full spectrum body building

Ormus appears to assist communication between cells in the body and between the body and spirit. It seems to increase mental clarity, focus, rejuvenation, sense of calmness and intuition. Some people have reported improved vision, better digestion and a decrease of menopausal symptoms.


Ormus seems to stimulate the body's elimination of toxins. It is good to drink plenty of water and do a liver cleanse if possible in the early stages of ingesting Ormus. Liver and kidneys are the main organs moving the toxins out of the blood and eliminating them from the body. If they are not functioning properly, harmful toxic build-up may occur in these organs. This is rarely the case though, especially when starting with suggested amount and only ingesting Ormus that is carefully tested for its purity.

There is a sense of expanded comprehension and strength that is due to the natural reaction your body is having to the noble metals in a high spin state. Ormus gives you a feeling of "bliss" and calmness that comes from a simultaneous earth and universal connection. Ormus appears to enhance and activate your full brain creating neurons to fire more efficiently and effectively, allowing for new possibility of thought, while old thought patterns that adhere to a lower vibration fade away.

Ormus also has ability to restore one's natural intuitive awareness. It aligns the individual with one's own personal genius , your innate skill that you came to share with the world. Ormus also enhances your ability to create, opening up possibilities, canceling out unwanted futures due to the increased vibrational state.

 
These statements have not been evaluated by FDA and are not intended to prevent, cure or treat disease.

Ceylon Cinnamon Ormus

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