Today’s modern research results confirm that cinnamon lowers blood sugar as well as bad cholesterol. Specifically, in one of the studies I cam accross, the patients consuming cinnamon showed significant stabilization of their blood sugar (by 30%) comparing to the patients who did not use cinnamon as a part of their treatment. Cinnamon also supports insulin production which then helps transform sugars into energy. If you suffer from diabetes or high cholesterol levels, then cinnamon tea is a wonderful remedy.
Perfect Remedy for Cold, Flu, and Urinary Track Infection
Cinnamon contains many vitamins and minerals needed by our bodies, including iron and calcium. Cinnamon tea as well as a combination of cinnamon, honey, and ginger have been found successful in healing common colds as well as more serious flu and UTIs. The best way to take this natural medicine is to combine the following:
3 Tbl of honey, 1Tbl of cinnamon, and 1 Tbl of grated ginger
This mixture works like antibiotics and quickly heals infections of throat and sinuses. You can also prevent sickness with eating 1 tsp of honey with cinnamon with your breakfast every morning during fall and winter months.
In Asia, it is a common belief that regular consumption of cinnamon leads to a much fitter cardiovascular system. Especially elder population benefits significantly from adding the mixture of cinnamon and honey to their daily breakfast. The mixture actively lowers cholesterol, strengthen muscle tone, and regulates blood pressure. In addition, cinnamon also supports overall detoxification of the body.
Cinnamon extract also helps to eliminate pathogenic bacteria in the digestive system. It supports immunity system in the gut and prevents growth of mold and parasites. The above mentioned mixture of cinnamon and honey also prevents and significantly lowers bloating as it prevents formation of gas during digestion.
Cinnamon has been widely use in aromatherapy to stimulate happy mood and neutralize negative emotions. In addition, cinnamon can also be used as a strong aphrodisiac. If you want to know more about the benefits of cinnamon in essential oil and which specific brand I personally use and recommend, please send me an email.
I would love to hear how you use cinnamon in your home. Also, if you give these tips a try, let me know how it goes.