Cinnamon has been used for centuries in both the Western world and in Chinese medicine as medicine for many ailments including lung problems and the common cold, bacterial treatment, headaches, arthritis, fungal infections, inflammations, indigestion, cramps and as pain relief.
Cinnamon can help with heartburn, indigestion, and nausea.
Cinnamon in raw form is full of Antioxidants which helps to protect the body against illnesses.
Cinnamon may reduce the risk of Heart Diseases
Cinnamon can improve sensitivity to the hormone Insulin and therefore be used as a supplement or management of symptoms for diabetics.
Cinnamon may lower the Blood Sugar Levels and also has an Anti-Diabetic Effect
Cinnamon could lower your bad cholesterol
It is said to have prebiotic properties that promote the growth of good bacteria in the gut
Cinnamon can help aid with digestive issues or loss of appetite.
Cinnamon oil may help with some types of fungal infections. Cinnamon oil may be effective against a type of Candida that affects the bloodstream.
Some studies have suggested that cinnamon may help prevent Alzheimer’s disease and is said to help against the symptoms for both Alzheimer and Parkinsons’.
Cinnamon could have an anti-inflammatory effect on the central nervous system, including parts of the brain.
Some research has concluded that diets rich in “antioxidant spices,” including cinnamon, may help reduce the body’s negative response to eating high fat meals.
Cinnamon could help treat infected wounds.
Cinnamon plays a role in traditional medicine for treating bronchitis
Is a natural insect repellent
can help with dry eyes or conjunctivitis
Warning: Some people can be allergic to Cinnamon. It could cause redness and irritation if you put it on your skin