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Why Cinnamon is Great for Arthritis
Arthritis is a condition in which the joints are inflamed to a great extent. It results in the development of pain and stiffness and the condition is exacerbated with age.The two major types of arthritis are osteoarthritis in which the ends of the long bones break down and rheumatoid arthritis which is an autoimmune condition in which the synovial...
Cinnamon and Honey Benefits
Through the ages, honey and cinnamon have often been paired up to treat numerous health conditions and disorders. Their beneficial properties can be combined and this combination is known to work very well and is easy to consume. This article aims to bring out the numerous benefits of these two products while ensuring that there is sufficient scientific evidence...
Cinnamon for Fatty Liver
Cinnamon is a dark brown spice obtained from the inner core bark of the trees belonging to the genus Cinnamomum from the family Lauraceae. The cinnamon plant is known for its unique medicinal properties as it helps to cure many diseases caused by microbes. The most commonly used cinnamon is the Chinese cinnamon due to its availability. The other...
Antimicrobial Properties of Cinnamon
Food, as we say it is a requirement of our daily life, without which we can hardly survive. But we can’t go on eating raw vegetables just to fulfill the requirement. We need taste. So, we add salt and spice just to make the food tasty. These spices not only provide taste to your food but also help in...
Cinnamon for MRSA
MRSA or methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus are nothing but strains of staphylococcus bacteria which have developed resistance against antibiotics. Antibiotics are known as lifesaving drugs which help in fighting infections caused by almost all bacteria. But, their use should be as per the requirement and should be advised by a doctor. Antibiotic misuse proves to be the major reason...
Cinnamon for Melanoma
Our body is a very beautiful creation of god with bones arranged as a skeleton, muscles over it to make them move, fat surrounding it to protect it from frictional wounds and then the skin over this package inside to pack all of it as one complete material. When our bones and muscles are weak we are told by...
blood sugar
Cinnamon is a spice that is a popular addition to many cuisines world over. It is got from the bark of the Ceylon or Cassia cinnamon plants. Cinnamon has been used in traditional medicine to treat diabetes, loss of appetite, gastrointestinal problems, various skin conditions etc.ChromiumChromium is a mineral that humans require in trace amounts. It is found in...
Cinnamon Benefits for Oral Thrush
Oral thrush is a skin condition that causes white lesions to appear on the inner cheeks, tongue or lining of the mouth. This is caused by the Candida albicans fungus. When it is irritated, the lesions could bleed and be painful. Babies, adults on corticosteroids, those who wear dentures or anyone with a weakened immune system could contract oral...
Importance of Cinnamon for Sugar Metabolism
Cinnamon a common spice is available as rolled quills, ground powder or liquid extract. The most commonly used cinnamon varieties are Ceylon cinnamon and Cassia Cinnamon. The presence of volatile oils cinnamaldehyde, cinnamyl alcohol and cinnamyl acetate means that cinnamon also offers antiviral, antimicrobial, antifungal, antioxidant, anti-clotting, antiseptic and other benefits. Importance of Cinnamon For Sugar Metabolism Metabolism refers to the...
Aerobics And Weight Loss
Pain is a protective stimulus produced by our body signaling us that something is wrong. When we touch a hot pan or a cloth on fire, we feel pain and the stimulus reaches our brain telling us to take away our hand as a response. Thus, protecting our hands from severe damage called the “burns”. But pain is not...