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There are several types of cinnamon and so many benefits that accompany this fine spice. Having to choose the right kind of cinnamon is interesting as many people probably never even realized that there is more than one kind of this spice. That’s right, there is more than one kind. What’s in your pantry? Is it ceylon or cassia cinnamon? That’s the focus of today’s “Hey Plant Trainers” question. The benefits of each type and the differences is what gets covered in today’s show. We also share which is our preferred type of cinnamon!


This week’s question:

Here is Joey’s question: “I’ve always really liked cinnamon and just recently found out there are different kinds of it. What’s the difference between ceylon cinnamon and cassia cinnamon and which one should I be eating?



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