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    • Jill Travis

      Refreshing your working quarters with essential oils from cinnamon or drinking tea spiced with it is sufficient for an efficient working day.

    • Balance in Motion Bodywork

      #WakeUpWorld @Whole Foods Market Cinnamon is an ancient herb that has and still is being used by many cultures today. Native to Ceylon, (Sri Lanka), true cinnamon, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, dates back in Chinese writings to 2800 B.C., and is still known as kwai in the Cantonese language today. Its botanical name derives from the Hebraic and Arabic term amomon, meaning fragrant spice plant.

    • Candice Warnagiris

      There are 6 reasons why you should eat cinnamon: Better brain function A recent study has confirmed that the smell of cinnamon or its taste in your mouth stimulates brain activity and helps with improving concentration, visual memory and reaction speed. Tips: Refreshing your working quarters with essential oils from cinnamon or drinking tea spiced […]

    • Julie M.

      The health benefits of cinnamon: anti-inflammatory, antifungal, anti-clotting, lowers bad cholesterol, relieves arthritis pain, headaches and migraines. Helps control the level of blood sugar in Type 2 diabetes.

    • Marian Winans

      Spices | Cinnamon & Nutmeg Spices Cinnamon and Nutmeg are my two favorite holiday spices. Not only do those spices make awesome desserts, but the health benefits are wonderful! Click the pic to find out more...

    • The Fab Goddess

      Beauty Tip of the Week: Honey and Cinnamon Facial | Rock Me Fabulous | Style. Beauty. Life

    • mike rock

      Diabetes Tip: Cinnamon Most of us like cinnamon but did you know it is not just for desserts. If you are diabetic add cinnamon to foods like squash, sweet potatoes, lamb, eggplant, black beans or even chili. Cinnamon has a natural ability to lessen the impact of high carb food on blood sugar levels. So break out the sticks and season those carbs. For additional information you can also check out #diabetestips #diabetes #diabetesmealplan

    • Maria Sheets

      The weekend before I did the Avocado facial but I added and extra ingredient. The recipe was Avocado, Honey and Olive oil but I decided last minute to add Oat meal to it. I loved how my face felt after I did it. Honey and Cinnamon facial the combination of the two are extremely great... it help to "Plumps Skin" Both honey and cinnamon are wonderful antiseptics. Cinnamon in both grated and essential oil forms--is beneficial to the skin because it brings blood and nutrients to the skin surface while also helping to dry skin. Cinnamon is a spice that brings blood to the surface of the skin, causing minor swelling and plumping. A preparation of three drops of cinnamon essential oil mixed with a couple tablespoons of petroleum jelly or olive oil can be applied to fine lines to plump out the skin, making the lines less visible. It's best to avoid the eye area as cinnamon can cause burning if it gets in your eyes. You may carefully apply it to the outside of crow's feet, away from the eye. This mixture is also helpful in plumping lips and can be used in place of lip gloss. Acne Treatment Cinnamon can help rid your face or back of acne by both drying out the skin and, again, bringing blood and oxygen to the skin surface. Honey is not only an antiseptic but also a great anti-inflammatory agent that prevents and heals the infections. Honey's natural antioxidant and anti-microbial properties help to protect the skin from the damage of the sun's rays, supports the skin's ability to rejuvenate and refresh depleted skin, leaving it feeling silky soft and supple. Honey absorbs impurities from the pores on the skin, making it an ideal cleansing agent. Before applying any facial mask clean your face and neck with fresh water. Take off all cosmetics, creams, lotions, in short: everything. Use a non abrasive, non aggressive soap if necessary. When finished, pat your skin dry. Face Mask  Cinnamon Honey Mix 3 tbsp. of honey with 1 tbsp. of cinnamon and apply the paste to pimples or all over your face (I used a makeup brush) and leave on for about 20 minutes before rinsing with warm water. Cinnamon masks can irritate the skin, so they should not be applied more than once a week.

    • Colette Adamson

      Cinnamon ~ Studies have shown that just 1/2 tsp of cinnamon per day can lower LDL cholesterol ~ ~ ~ Several studies suggest that cinnamon may have a regulatory effect on blood sugar, making it especially beneficial for people with Type 2 diabetes. In some studies, cinnamon has shown an amazing ability to stop medication-resistant yeast infections. In a study published by researchers at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Maryland, cinnamon reduced the proliferation of leukemia and lymphoma cancer cells. Cinnamon has an anti-clotting effect on the blood. Also in a study at Copenhagen University, patients given half a tsp of cinnamon powder combined with one tbsp of honey every morning before breakfast had significant relief in arthritis pain after one week and could walk without pain within one month. When added to food, it inhibits bacterial growth and food spoilage, making it a natural food preservative. Cinnamon is a great source of manganese, fiber, iron, and calcium ~ ~ ~That being said, make sure you know what you are buying. "Cassia" is an herb which looks and tastes like cinnamon and can be found on some store shelves labeled as cinnamon when actually it does not carry the health benefits of true "Ceylon cinnamon". The first step in using cinnamon safely is knowing what you are getting. Cassia contains higher amounts of coumarin than true cinnamon and coumarin is responsible for some of the side effects listed below. Those with any prior condition of the digestive system such as an ulcer or irritable bowel syndrome should be careful when eating cinnamon. Large amounts (more than 1/2 a tsp) may cause the lining of the stomach to become irritated. Large amounts of cinnamon have been reported to increase heart rate which could be dangerous for those with a heart condition. Increased heart rate is also linked to cinnamon oil poisoning in children. Some traditional medicine practitioners will give a mother cinnamon in order to induce or normalize contractions. Therefore, pregnant women may want to avoid cinnamon. Cinnamon may have anti-clotting properties and may cause over thinning of the blood if you are taking blood thinners. Large doses of cinnamon should also not be used before surgery, during heavy menstruation, or in any situation where a lot of bleeding may occur. People taking medication to regulate blood sugar should be careful, as it also has a powerful effect on blood sugar and the two in combination may lower blood sugar too much. Cinnamon is a powerful antibiotic, but check with your doctor before taking cinnamon if you are taking prescription antibiotics, because it may change the way prescription antibiotics act on the body.

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