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Cinnamon is a small tree that is commonly found in South Asia and the Middle East region. The cinnamon that we typically purchase in our supermarkets is actually the bark of this tree, either sold as sticks or ground into a powder. The two most popular types of cinnamon are Ceylon and Cassia, each of which are derived from different trees.


What are the Benefits of Cinnamon?

Cinnamon has extremely high anti-oxidant activity, and the oil of cinnamon has strong anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Cinnamon is also a great source of manganese, fiber, iron, and calcium. As a result, it has been used as an effective home remedy for:
  • Reducing blood sugar levels and treating Type 2 Diabetes.
  • Lowering cholesterol.
  • Aiding digestion.
  • Treating diarrhea.
  • Curing the common cold.
  • Reducing arthritis pain.
  • Boosting memory and cognitive function.
  • Treating toothaches.
  • Eliminating bad breath.
  • Curing headaches and migraine pain.


Uses of Cinnamon

Home Remedy for Arthritis

Cinnamon has recently been shown to act as a natural remedy for Arthritis pain.

Home Remedy for Diabetes

Research suggests that cinnamon may help treat Type 2 Diabetes by lowering blood sugar levels and increasing the amount of insulin production in the body.

Home Remedy for Reducing Cholesterol

Recent studies have shown that consuming small amounts of cinnamon can help reduce LDL cholesterol (the bad one).

Home Remedy for Eliminating Headaches and Migraine Pain

Cinnamon has been found to be an effective natural remedy for eliminating headaches and migraine relief.

Home Remedy for Coughs and the Common Cold

Chinese medicine has long used cinnamon as a natural remedy for coughs and the common cold.


What are the Side Effects of Cinnamon?

Some recent studies in Europe have shown that cinnamon derived from the Cassia plant contains a toxic compound known as Coumarin. This compound is known to cause liver and kidney damage in high concentrations. Since the powdered cinnamon that we purchase in our supermarkets is typically derived from the Cassia plant, it is important to avoid consuming high doses of it.

Since cinnamon has an anti-clotting effect on the blood, caution should also be exercised when it is used in combination with other blood-thinning products such as aspirin. Large quantities of cinnamon should also be avoided during pregnancy due to the possibility of adverse effects on the uterus.

Anyone that is currently taking medication for controlling blood sugar levels or blood thinners should consult their doctor before using cinnamon as a regular supplement.

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