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20 Blogs Describing the Benefits of Cinnamon in Your Life

Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known to man, dating back to at least 2800 B.C.  At one time, it was considered to be so valuable that it was actually used as currency. There have been many studies done on the benefits of cinnamon, and it’s been found that your mood can improve and stress levels decrease by simply smelling cinnamon. The smell of cinnamon also helps your brain work more efficiently.  These 20 blog posts delve into how and why consuming cinnamon may benefit your health and wellbeing.

Mood Elevator

Close your eyes and imagine the smell of cinnamon. Did you think about warm cinnamon rolls or cinnamon scented pine cones by the fire?  Sensory memories of cinnamon may be part of the reason why the smell of cinnamon has a calming effect.  Take a look at these five blog articles for information about how cinnamon is used in aromatherapy.

Brain Booster

While no one is entirely sure why, the mere smell of cinnamon has been shown to help improve both memory and alertness. Researchers are currently working on studies with cinnamon to see if the spice could help patients with dementia and Alzheimer’s.  To read more about how cinnamon can help your brain, check out these five blog entries.


Type 2 diabetes is caused when the cells in the body don’t react properly to insulin.  Cinnamon is said to slow down the absorption of food in the body, which may help with blood sugar regulation. It’s important to note that cinnamon consumption will not replace proper medication for diabetes, but it’s possible that it can help.  Read through these five blog articles for more information on the benefits of cinnamon for diabetes.


For centuries cinnamon has been used as a home remedy for stomach troubles of all kinds.  Flatulence, diarrhea and other conditions have been treated with cinnamon.  By mixing cinnamon with honey and hot water, you may be able to increase the benefits of the spice.  These five blog posts will explain some of the other benefits of cinnamon on digestion.

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