Cinnamon is one of my feel-good foods. The scent reminds me of fall, my favorite time of year, and brings back memories of making apple pies with my mom, and celebrating the holidays.
While I’ve always been a fan of its flavor and aroma, as a nutritionist, I’m also thrilled to spread the news about cinnamon’s health benefits. For example, one teaspoon of cinnamon packs as much antioxidant potency as a half cup of blueberries, and cinnamon’s natural antimicrobial properties have been shown to fight strains of E. coli, as well as Candida yeast. Also, while technically not sweet, “sweet spices” like cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger have been shown to boost satiety and mimic sweetness, which allows you to cut back on sugar in nearly anything, from your morning cup of Joe to a batch of homemade muffins. ( Cynthia Sass, MPH, RD )
1.It has the function of analgesia and stability and effect on the central nervous system of choline;
2.It has the function of promoting skin metabolism and has a good effect for skin ulcers and other
3.With the function of clearing away heat and detoxifying, clearing damp, subsidence of swelling and diuretic;
4.With the function of antibacterial and dissolving stones;
5.It has the function of strengthen blood vessels and promoting blood circulation
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Shelf Life: two years under well Storage situation and stored away from direct sun light
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