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Cinnamon for Intestinal Upset
The digestive system can get upset by diet, diseases or emotional stress. There are many types of digestive disorders varying in intensity and severity. Hence, a person can suffer from indigestion, diarrhea, gas, bloating, intestinal upset or stomach cramps. They can also have other chronic digestive problems such as GERD or heartburn, Irritable Bowel Syndrome etc.Indigestion is the most...
Cinnamon Bark Oil and Cinnamon Leaf Oil
CinnamonCinnamon which is got from the bark of ‘Cinnamomum verum’ tree grows widely in Sri Lanka, China, India and other regions of South East Asia. Cinnamon can be used for medicinal purposes and to spice our food. It is available as dry powder, capsules, tea or liquid extracts. The two common cinnamon varieties which are used are Cassia and...
Benefits of Cinnamon for the Brain
Our brain is part of the central nervous system along with the spinal cord and peripheral nervous system. This forms the vital communication and decision making center of the human body. Vital functions like thought, reasoning, movement, speech, recognition, visual processing, auditory stimuli etc. are controlled by the brain. The brain is divided into fore, mid and hindbrain. The...
Cinnamon You Should Take
Cinnamon is a spice that is used in various dishes, beverages, sprinkled on toast, desserts etc. Bark from the cinnamon tree – especially Cassia cinnamon has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. The other type is Ceylon or ‘true’ cinnamon. Both these varieties are used as additives in innumerable dishes.Cinnamon supplements are used to make various supplements that...
CrossFit Helps In Weight Loss
Cinnamon is used as a spice to flavor foods and beverages. A dash of cinnamon in milk, toast, snacks, cakes, stir fries, meat dishes and more adds a wonderful flavor. There are hundreds of varieties of cinnamon trees but the commonly used ones are Chinese cinnamon or Cassia cinnamon and Ceylon or ‘true’ cinnamon. They grow in many regions...
Cinnamon is got from the Cinnamomum tree that is native to South East Asian countries, the Caribbean and South America. This spice is used both in cooking and for medicinal purposes to treat loss of appetite, diarrhea, bronchitis, vomiting, nausea, stomach and muscle cramps, various skin conditions and more. The two main types of cinnamon used are Ceylon and...
Saigon Cinnamon and its Health Benefits
Cinnamon has been used in food, for medicinal purposes and as an aromatic spice for several centuries. The spice is got from the brown bark of the tree. Cinnamon plants grow well in South East Asia, Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, West Indies and South America.Cinnamomum zeylanicum is the botanical name for Cinnamon. There are many different varieties and names...
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Cinnamon the popular spice we all know is got from the bark of the tree that is native to Southeast Asia, China and India. There are several varieties of cinnamon but the ones which are commonly used are Cassia or Chinese cinnamon and Ceylon or ‘true’ cinnamon. Cinnamon has been used in traditional medicine to treat various health problems...
UTI or urinary tract infection can occur anywhere in the urinary tract – the bladder, kidneys, ureters or urethra. It can affect children and adults. It occurs due to infection caused by bacteria which attack the urethra and bladder. Women are more susceptible to UTI compared to men since they have a shorter urethra. Diabetes, menopause, birth control devices,...
Cinnamon Oil for Scabies
Scabies is a skin condition that is caused by the Sarcoptes scabiei itch mite. This extremely contagious condition causes severe itchiness. The tiny mites burrow into the infected person’s skin and cause the intense itchiness. This worsens at night.  It can be transmitted through direct contact between the skin of two human beings or through sexual contact. Scabies is...