Properties and usage:
Has the following properties: antiviral, stimulating and warming. Stimulates circulation. Digestive, antispasmodic, antiseptic and acts as a powerful tonic..
Effects on the organism:
Spice known the world over, cinnamon is also an ancient medicinal herb, going back to the 4th century B.C. It was used for colds, flu and digestive problems and this is still valid today.
This plant can also be effective for hypertension and to reduce fever. The bark extract has antibacterial and antifungal.properties.
In some countries, there are therapists who recommend cinnamon extract to warm a person who is cold, because it stimulates circulation, particularly to the extremities. It is also a classic remedy for digestive problems such as nausea, vomiting and diarrhea but also for muscular aches and colds.
Cinnamon helps for menstruation. In India, it is used as a contraceptive after giving birth.
It is recommended for asthenia and convalescence, as it is a powerful tonic.
Principal constituents: essential oil, tanins, coumarines and mucilage.