Cinnamon teaCinnamon is a spice which comes from the bark of Cinnamomum tree which is a very powerful seasoning that has been used medicinally for thousands of years all over the world. It’s used by so many cultures because of its health benefits.
Cinnamon originates on the shores of the Indian Ocean. Cinnamon is well known for its relaxing properties and its use in various cleaning, health, and beauty products. Cinnamon is a rich source of magnesium, iron, calcium, fiber, and vitamins C and B1.
Cinnamon tea has numerous beneficial health properties. Among them, cinnamon tea is well known for helping detox the body, lower blood sugar, promote weight loss, regulate menstruation, and lower blood sugar.

Health Benefits of Cinnamon Tea

Fights Diabetes:

Regular consumption of cinnamon has great benefits for diabetes. Insulin is a hormone that is essential for keeping sugar levels stable. High levels of blood sugar are caused by insulin sensitivity. Cinnamon helps lower blood sugar levels and improves the body sensitivity to insulin. People who are suffering from Type 2 diabetes benefit the most from cinnamon tea.

Source of Antioxidants:

Cinnamon is considered to be the be the spice with the highest concentration of antioxidants. Because of this, cinnamon tea is able to reduce the damage caused by free radicals in addition to slowing down aging.

Helps in Weight Loss:

Cinnamon is rich in polyphenols which stabilize your blood sugar, giving you with fewer cravings and hunger pangs. And also by reducing the amount of insulin produced, cinnamon tea also reduces blood sugar. Due to this, your body will store less fat and gradually lose weight. Cinnamon also helps you slim down by increasing your body’s ability to burn fat.

Protects the Brain:

Cinnamon is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, both of them reduce the effect of aging on the body and brain. According to research the antioxidant properties of cinnamon helps protect the brain from neurological problems, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

Protects against Cancer:

Cinnamon has a compound named cinnamaldehyde, which according to studies, has the ability to inhibit the growth of cancerous tumors in addition to protecting DNA from damage. It also promotes apoptosis (self-destruction of cancer cell).

Reduces inflammation:

Cinnamon antioxidants have anti-inflammatory properties which can help prevent heart disease. Cinnamon tea has the ability to reduce inflammation and pain in many cases. It is also considered as a soothing and relaxing remedy for many conditions.

Protects the Heart:

Among the biggest villains that cause heart disease, we can site high cholesterol, high levels of triglycerides and high blood pressure. Search has shown that cinnamon tea has the ability to lower the levels of these three risk factors.

Boosts Immune System:

The antifungal, antibacterial and antiviral compounds of cinnamon, make cinnamon tea one of the best drinks for improving the working on the immune system, as well as for neutralizing and eliminating external objects and pathogens from the body. Some studies indicate that it may be able to reduce the risk of contracting the HIV virus.

Prevent Irregular Menstruation:

Its anticoagulant properties are great for regulating the menstrual cycle. This has two effects: first, it can trigger the start of your period if you’re a little late. Second, it has an analgesic effect and reduces pain during this stage.

Don’t drink too much of it!

Cinnamon bark and powder are generally considered safe, but concentrated cinnamon oil is toxic.
Consuming too much cinnamon tea can damage liver and kidneys. It’s important to avoid cinnamon during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

How to Make Cinnamon Tea

You’ll need…
1 cinnamon stick or 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Boiling water
Sweetener or milk (optional)

To make cinnamon tea…
1. Add the cinnamon stick or ground cinnamon to your cup.
2. Add the boiling water.
3. Let the cinnamon tea steep for 8-10 minutes.
4. If you’re using a cinnamon stick, remove the stick.
5. Add any optional sweetener or milk (honey is especially good with cinnamon).

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