Cinnamon is a beloved cooking spice that is sourced
from an evergreen tree native to
In recent times, Cinnamon has been studied for its
antioxidant properties and impact on blood sugar levels. Cinnamon can help
maintain blood sugar levels already in the normal range. Its warming nature
supports healthy digestion. uses
Cinnamon has been used as a spice for thousands of years. At one point this sweet, slightly spicy herb was worth more than gold. Cinnamon’s traditional uses include being used in anointing oils, air purification, and as an immune booster.
In the Vedic tradition, Cinnamon is a warming herb with sweet, pungent, and bitter (tastes). Ayurveda uses Cinnamon as an addition to herbal (mixtures of herbs that are intended to balance an individual’s constitution), where it promotes nutrient assimilation and disguises the taste of less palatable herbs. Cinnamon is thought to strengthen , which is described as an individual’s digestive strength and ability to assimilate life experiences meaningfully.
Do not use if pregnant or nursing without consulting a physician.
Sweet, pungent, bitter
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