Cinnamon Powder Reduces the Spread of Cancer Cells and More


I have fond memories of mother buying cinnamon bread topped with frosting as a treat. We kids also sprinkled cinnamon and sugar on our toast as a topping. Now we make our own whole wheat bread and always add a teaspoon of cinnamon. We always get compliments about the flavor from others.

The use of cinnamon goes far back in history. Even the Bible speaks of using cinnamon, especially because of its aroma. China was using cinnamon 2800 years before Christ. In Ancient Egypt and Rome, cinnamon was part of the embalming process. Medicine and flavoring were other reasons Egyptians used cinnamon. A person’s social rank could be determined by the number of spices he owned.

The word ‘cinnamon’ comes from the Greek word kinnamomon and this comes from the name Ceylon. Cinnamon is the brown bark of the cinnamon tree. A quill is the familiar tubular piece of bark we call a cinnamon stick. Cinnamon may be purchased in this form, or as a powder. Cinnamaldehyde is the chemical in cinnamon that gives it the fragrant flavor and taste.

Genuine cinnamon only comes from Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon), where over 11,000 tons is exported each year. That would fill up 150,000,000 spice bottles the size we buy! However, most cinnamon sold in the US is actually cassia or Chinese cinnamon. If you want to find the sweeter, more refined tasting Ceylon cinnamon, go to a local spice shop.

Though most commonly used as a spice, cinnamon has a variety of health benefits. For example, harmful cholesterol can be kept down by taking just ½ teaspoon if cinnamon a day. Other studies suggest that cinnamon may help regulate blood sugar, making it especially beneficial for people with Type 2 diabetes.

The Weekly World News for January 17th, 1995 contained an article listing twenty-one health problems that might fear the patient taking honey and cinnamon regularly. The list contains such common things as bladder infections, insect bites, toothache, heart disease, arthritis, and common colds.

Cinnamon reduces the spread of some cancer cells such as leukemia and lymphoma, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Maryland. Cinnamon works against blood clotting, helping reduce heart problems. It has also quickly decreased arthritic pain. Cinnamon is an excellent inhibitor of food spoilage and bacterial growth, meaning it a natural food preservative.

Cinnamon can help fight E. coli bacteria in unpasteurized juices and boosts cognitive abilities. It is a rich source of calcium, manganese, iron, and fiber, and helps remove bile from the bowel thus reducing the risk of colon cancer. The fiber in it can also relieve the problems of irritable bowel syndrome and constipation.

Cinnamon contains antibacterial, antifungal, and antiparasitic properties. It helps in fighting off yeast infections in the mouth and vagina, and reduces the risk of stomach ulcers and head lice. It is due to its three basic types of essential oils that gives cinnamon this remarkable power.

A little known use of cinnamon is called ‘thieves’ oil’ because grave robbers would wash themselves in it to ward off the ‘demons’ of bubonic plague. {It is made from equal amounts of cinnamon bark, eucalyptus, lemon, and clove with rosemary therapeutic grade essential oils You make it mixing equal amounts of rosemary therapeutic grade essential oils and eucalyptus, cinnamon bark, lemon, and clove}. This is mixed with a carrier of olive oil or jojoba.

In addition to all these uses of cinnamon, it has also been used for its warming qualities. Cinnamon provides relief when faced with the onset of a cold or flu, especially when mixed in a tea with some fresh ginger. This drink also is reported to provide relief from menstrual problems.

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