Cinnamon: Cin-na-mon, Noun
Origin: Sri Lanka and India
Cinnamon is said to be among the oldest of spices, referencing back 2,500 years ago to the land of the pharaohs. It is often known for adding warmth and fragrance to breakfast, baked goods, curries, and roast. However, many people are not aware that cinnamon is also a very potent, powerful, and well-researched medicine. It has been shown that the warming properties can be used to boost vitality, improve circulation, clear congestion, aid in digestion, and stabilize blood sugar. Additionally, cinnamon is a powerful antiseptic, antiviral and anti-fungal, while also helping to fight off flu and colds. For the ladies, you will be happy to know that when paired with ginger and steeped, it provides relief from menstrual cramps! This spice is a powerhouse and should be incorporated into every home, as it's benefits for both inside and outside of the body seem to be limitless.
Here are a few important health benefits:
High Source of Antioxidants
Contains Anti-Inflammatory Properties
Protects Heart Health
Helps Defend Against Cognitive Decline and Protects Brain Function
Fight Infections and Viruses
Protects Dental Health and Freshens Breath Naturally
Skin Health (Yay for natural face masks)
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Many thanks to Rebecca Hammond of Girls Get It - our go-to Nutritionist and Physical Trainer for sharing all this amazing knowledge.