Can Your Cinnamon Do This?

Can your cinnamon prevent Alzheimer’s, cure cancer before it starts, control type II diabetes, reverse some effects of Traumatic Brain Injury, prevent heart disease, make you smarter, and promote healthy weight loss?

Cinnamon contains vital oils and derivatives which makes it a medicinal spice. Emphasis has been made to present cinnamon nutraceutical effective on hard curative disorders related to oxidative stress including, cardiovascular, cancer, diabetes, eye, immune, inflammatory and Parkinson’s diseases as well as obesity.

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At this blog, we value the human brain above all things. It is the center of our sphere, and the expansion proceeds from here. Any substance which safely promotes brain health and function is of interest.

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Cinnamon and TBI

The human brain is exposed to traumatic injury for most of its life, especially from the time just preceding birth onward. It would be nice to have a safe antidote to Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Perhaps we do.

Cinnamon exerts not only neuroprotective activity through suppressing the inflammation and oxidative injury in TBI but also might have a therapeutic role in TBI-related dementia with its well-known cognitive enhancer and anti-amyloid effects. These above-mentioned effects of cinnamon could be valuable regarding the rapidly increasing interest in the use of cinnamon in these particular groups of patients. From a translational perspective, cinnamon could be also an essential part of the preventive nutritional strategy in chronic neurodegenerative diseases. For instance, because cinnamon is a non-toxic and also an economical natural compound, a cinnamon high rich diet could play a critical role in the prevention of slowly progressing metabolic and neurological disorders.

Cinnamon as Treatment for Cognitive Impairment and Brain Trauma

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It has been discovered that the smell of cinnamon itself can promote improved brain cognitive function. The next time you present for a standardized exam, carry a sachet of cinnamon.

Here are some ways to make your house smell of cinnamon.

A large number of nutraceuticals have shown promise in studies of prevention of brain damage and recovery from brain damage that results from stroke, neurodegenerative diseases, and traumatic brain injury. Several spice and herb compounds are among that group, including curcumin, ginger, garlic, and capsaicin — some ingredients that may be found in a hot curry.

There is a reason why so many battles and wars were fought over access to spices, and the several trade routes for transporting them over both land and sea.

Spices have always been important:

There were many different types of spices. Some of them can be used as medicines to heal or release pain. Some of them were used in food. Some of them can be used to make different smell release. Spices really change the world. Can you imagine eating food that has nothing but salt in it. No cinnamon, no pepper, no soy sauce. Spice change people’s life style till today. Even though most of the people can’t remember most of the names of spices, they are still important. Without spice, no one will know the amazing techniques Egyptians had on antiseptic_lots of these techniques needed spices.  

Importance of Spice

As humans move into outer space, the concern over spice production and spice trade will follow them into the outer reaches. Science Fiction author Frank Herbert may have been prescient in his focus on the way the entire interstellar human universe revolved around the spice “melange”.

For most of us, a quick trip to the local supermarket will yield great quantities and varieties of spices at reasonable costs. Now if we only knew how best to utilize these riches . . .

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