Cinnamon bark (Cinnamomum verum, C. zeylanicum, C. cassia) is harvested from a variety of evergreen tree that is native to Sri Lanka, China, and India. The use of cinnamon dates back thousands of years (2700 B.C.E). Chinese herbalists mentioned it as a treatment for fever, diarrhea, and menstrual problems. Indian Ayurvedic healers used it in a similar manner.
Cinnamon bark extract is a common ingredient in many products such as toothpaste, mouthwash, perfume, soap, cough syrup, and cola drinks. Apart from its use as a flavoring agent, it is also valuable in the treatment of various ailments. Modern herbalists prescribe cinnamon bark extract as a remedy for nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and indigestion.
Cinnamon bark is helpful in strengthening and supporting a weak digestive system. Research indicates that cinnamon bark breaks down fats in the digestive system, making it a valuable digestive aid.
Benefits of Cinnamon:
Two substances, cinnamaldehyde, and eugenol present in cinnamon can both actively prevent cancer cells from spreading.
Cinnamon, potassium, certain superfoods, and various remedies have been shown to boost focus, concentration, and mental ability.
DThe high levels of magnesium found in cinnamon sticks give a significant boost to your bone health.
Ground cinnamon contains a certain amount of dietary fiber, which does a number of things for the digestive system.
Cinnamon sticks have a naturally warming quality, which has made them valuable for the treatment of the common cold and various forms of flu for generations.
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