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Health Benefits of Cinnamon

By on Mar 4, 2013

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More often used in cooking, there are actually many health benefits of cinnamonOften used in cooking, but not thought of as a healthy supplement, cinnamon has got many properties which are very beneficial to your health. So let us tell you about the great health benefits of cinnamon… It is rich in calcium, iron and manganese. Cinnamon has also been found to have anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, antimicrobial and anti-clotting properties.

General Indigestion: Cinnamon can stimulate a sluggish digestion, relieve flatulence and stomach cramps. This spice has also been used to treat nausea and acidity as well as diarrhoea. The fibre content of cinnamon also helps maintain a healthy digestive system.

Circulation: This spice can stimulate blood circulation. This has the added benefit of reducing the risk of heart disease.

Diabetes: Cinnamon can help to maintain blood sugar levels. Various studies have shown promise in balancing blood sugar levels in people with type-two diabetes. Cinnamon should not be used as a replacement to conventional medicine, but can be added to your diet or as a supplement. Please consult your doctor before taking a cinnamon supplement.

Immune System: Cinnamon is commonly used to treat colds and flu symptoms. This is due to its “warming “action. Cinnamon tea is effective at treating sore throats, colds and high fevers.

Pain Relief: It has an anti-inflammatory action and can be used to relieve muscle and joint pain. Cinnamon relieves pain and stiffness of joints.