Benefits and Side Effetcs of Cinnamon

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Benefits and Side Effects of Cinnamon


Cinnamon is a spice from India. From there, it has spread throughout the world to reach our homes. It brings the final touch of aroma and flavor to our desserts and drinks. Who imagines a rice pudding without cinnamon? Not so well known are the benefits of cinnamon and its healing power. Probably, its best known use is as an aphrodisiac, But in addition to this, it serves to alleviate a multitude of ailments (for example, the benefits of cinnamon to lose weight or the benefits of cinnamon for diabetes are very important).

Benefits of Cinnamon

First, it helps regulate blood sugar level so it is an effective aid against diabetes. It has also been seen that its consumption helps maintain the correct levels of cholesterol and triglycerides.

On the other hand, it is beneficial for the digestive system; facilitates digestion, has antiemetic properties (against vomiting), is useful as an antidiarrheal and helps to whet the appetite.

For type 2 diabetes cinnamon tea is of great use. Regularly consuming it helps us in many ways.

Its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and expectorant properties against respiratory diseases such as colds, asthma, bronchitis and influenza are highly appreciated. Especially in the form of essential oil.

It promotes peripheral circulation and helps treat menstrual problems.

We should regularly drink cinnamon water. It can reduce ovarian cysts.

Another curious medicinal use that stands out among the properties of cinnamon is that it is used to soothe the pain caused by eating or drinking very hot things; It sucks a cinnamon stick and this helps to soothe the pain in the tongue.

For various skin issues doctors recommend cinnamon skin benefits.


Side Effects of Cinnamon

Although it has multiple qualities and properties, it should not be taken by everyone since there are some side effects of cinnamon.

Cinnamon Side Effects by

- Its consumption during pregnancy can cause abortions.

- Its consumption during pregnancy can cause abortions.

- Neither should women who are trying to get pregnant take it since it may have some contraceptive effect.

- It must not be taken by children under two years.

- Taken in excess can cause irritation of the oral mucosa inflammation, respiratory distress and seizures (always taken in large quantity).

- It should not be taken by people who follow treatments with oral anticoagulants since they can potentiate the effect of these medications.


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