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In India, food is known for its aromatic spices. Spices have had an extraordinary effect on Indian food since ancient times, whose fragrance lasts for many days. However, these spices are well known not only for their taste but also for their medicinal properties. You must have heard the name of your cinnamon. Usually, people use cinnamon only as a spice because they do not know its benefits. However, cinnamon is used in Ayurveda to treat many diseases. Today in this article, we will discuss cinnamon's benefits, uses, and side effects.
Cinnamon is a unique spice with different properties, has a tart-sweet taste, and is hot. It is known to be beneficial in treating various conditions like oedema, flu, dyspepsia, and cough. Cinnamon is also used herbally with antifungal and antiviral properties. In addition, cinnamon contains nutrients like vitamins A and C, energy, carbohydrates, iron, calcium, and magnesium.
Many such elements in cinnamon are very beneficial for health. With the help of cinnamon, it helps in reducing many health problems and their symptoms. The benefits of cinnamon include the following:
Cinnamon can be used in this way:
Boil a pinch of cinnamon in water and mix black pepper and honey. It reduces swelling and cough in the throat.
The information in this article has been given to us by Dr Chanchal Sharma, so follow it only after taking advice. And contact the doctor to know the correct intake and its proper dosage.