Cinnamon

Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Other names: Cassia

Part of Plant: Inner Bark

Essential Constituents: Eugenol

Properties: Antiviral, Anti Inflammatory, Antiseptic

Organ System(s): Nervous

Immune System: Molecules in cinnamon have antiseptic properties because of the molecule eugenol. This molecule has also exhibited antiviral activity against various strains of virus.

Use: Herba Tea, Supplements, Extract

Quick Summary

Cinnamon has been a prominent plant for many centuries because of its antiviral, anti inflammatory, and antiseptic properties. Molecules like eugenol is said to be responsible for the plant’s powerful effects on human anatomy.

Cinnamon has a sweet and bitter taste.

Precautions: Consult with a healthcare professional before using these herbal products, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.

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