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The Power Of Cinnamon

Cinnamon is a powerful spice that has been used medicinally around the world for thousands of years. It is still used daily in many households around the world in a variety of food, drinks and herbal medicine.





Key Constituents:

Volatile Oil (including Cinnamaldehyde, Transcinnamaldyhide)

Polyphenols

Eugenol

Tannins

Resin

Mucilage

Trace Coumarin

Polysaccharides

Calcium

Iron

Vitamin K

Fiber

Potassium

Manganese

Zinc

Magnesium


Benefits of cinnamon include:

  • Powerful antioxidants

  • Reduces cholesterol and high blood pressure

  • Relieves inflammation

  • Helpful with blood coagulant and can stop excess bleeding by helping the body to form blood clots.

  • Improves tissue repair

  • Preserves brain function and prevent cognitive decline

  • Protects health health

  • Defend against the development of neurological disorders, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease

  • Prevents cancer & tumour growth

  • Protect against DNA damage and cell mutation

  • Fights infections

  • Immune boosting

  • Fights colds, flu & sore throat

  • Assists with oral health: bad breath, tooth decay, cavities and mouth infections

  • Prevents candida

  • Benefits skin health

  • Improves circulation

  • Reduces allergy symptoms

  • Reduces joint, arthritic & gout pain

  • Improves digestive health: bloating, diarrhea, constipation

  • Helps alleviate morning sickness & vomiting

  • Lowers blood sugar and risk of type 2 diabetes

  • Relieves digestive discomfort

  • Assists with skin health & ailments

  • Stimulates hair growth

  • Assists with weight loss

  • Improves eye health including conjunctivitis and dry eyes

  • Assists with infertility

  • Improves fungal infections

  • Protects against HIV

  • Lowers the fat in high fat meals

  • Heals and treats wounds

  • Relieves pain

  • Boosts metabolism

  • Assists with yeast infection

  • Improves menstrual cycles for PCOS, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea




Whenever possible, purchase organic, non irradiated, wildcrafted herbs.


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Always consult your health care provider before starting any new supplements or herbs