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Benefits of Cinnamon

41. Antimicrobial
Cinnamon essential oil is one of the best antimicrobial substances known to man. It is effective against many dangerous bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Cinnamon essential oil is related to the lower chakras and can encourage selfacceptance or selfconfidence, sexual expression, and the clearing of trapped emotions from past trauma.
42. Cinnamon tea
Cinnamon tea a helpful weapon against the cold and flu season and cinnamon essential oils an effective way to sanitize and disinfect your home. Simply dilute cinnamon oil in distilled water, shake, and spray. You only need 1% cinnamon oil in this solution.
43. Food Poisoning
Cinnamons ability to kill several types of bacteria, including E.coli, make it a very good way to combat food poisoning. Make a batch of tea as soon as you begin to feel symptoms. Cinnamon oil is Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) by the FDA, and can be used in cooking. Start off with a single drop (or less, using a toothpick to grab a small amount) until you know your ratios.
44. Nutrition
So much more than a spice, cinnamon is rich in manganese, iron, calcium, and fiber too. By adding it to any recipe, you are increasing your minerals. Help decrease the inflammation and promote healing by massaging the diluted cinnamon oil over the abdomen daily.
45. Alertness Mood and Memory
There are many essential oils that seem to have a stimulating effect on our memory, cognitive function, focus, and alertness. Peppermint, rosemary, and cinnamon are some of the best. We all know that our sense of smell and memory are tied closely together, but it seems we can use this to our advantage. Simply a whiff of cinnamon boosts alertness and even improves mood.
46. Can help delay the onset of Alzheimers
To help protect you from disease, have a teaspoon of freshly ground cinnamon with a little bit of honey. Have this every day on an empty stomach. If you find this mixture too pungent, try having it as tea.
47. Helps in digestion
Cinnamon is packed with mineral manganese, fibre, essential oils and calcium. The calcium and fibre combine with bile salts and help in their transport outside the body. The essential oils, help regulate the action of gastric juices on food, improves digestion, assimilation and its anti inflammatory properties helps reduce the inflammation caused due to indigestion, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and ulcers.
48. Helps beat acne
Crush a little cinnamon, and add a bit of honey to make it into a paste. Now apply it on the pimple and leave for a few minutes. You can leave it on overnight also for added benefit. Wash off the paste with warm water and watch that pimple vanish.
49. Helps cure a cold and cough
Boil a small crushed piece of ginger, a few leaves oftulsi leaves,crushed black pepper in two cups of water. Cover the vessel with a lid and let the mixture boil at a low heat. When the solution has simmered for about ten minutes, strain the liquid, add a teaspoon of honey and drink.
50. Beats heart disease and atherosclerosis
Cinnamon is great for the heart. Since the fibre and calcium and help transport bile salts outside the body, the body produces more bile salts for other bodily functions by breaking down cholesterol.


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