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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Cinnamon Bark Remedy

Other Names: Cinnamon, Dalchini, Chinese Cinnamon, Blume, Cassia, False Cinnamon, Bastard Cinnamon, Cassia Lignea, Cassia Bark, Cinnamomum Cassia, Cinnamomum Verum, True Cinnamon comes from Cinnamomum Zeylanicum
Traditional Usages: Culinary Spice, Weak Digestion, Feeble Appetitie, Flatulence, Stops Vomitting, Hyperacidity, Irritable Bowel, Summer Diarrhea, Influenza, Colds, Chest Complaints, Snakebite, Reduce Blood Pressure, Fevers, Promote Regular and Easy Menstrual Cycles, Antseptic, Mosquito Bite, Anti-Aging, Allergy, Arthritis, Fungal Infections, Coughs, Toothache, Hair Loss, Digestive Problems, Nausea,
Resources: Asia, Australia, Burma, Japan, Central America, Korea, North America, Russia, South China, Vietnam, Pacific Ocean Islands, Sri Lanka, India
Parts Used: Bark, Flowers, Stem, Essential Oil
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding. Avoid large doses.


Cinnamon Bark - Herbal remedy for Uterine Bleeding: Cinnamon bark reduces menstrual flow and relieves uterine cramping. Cinnamon bark is a potent antibacterial, antifungal and uterine stimulant that helps relieve menstrual bleeding and cramping. Cinnamon bark is used as a treatment for uterine disorders, as well as for irregular and painful periods. Boil a one inch cinnamon stick in a cup of water. Add some honey and drink twice daily.

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