Other Benefits as per Ayurveda
- Cinnamon Powder digests the Aama (Toxins)
- Support a healthy heart .
- Support healthy respiration.
- Ignites the digestive fire and thus helps in the loss of digestive fire.
- Used as a blood purifier and helps to support healthy pancreas.
- Sugar health
- Infections & Viruses
- Dental Health
- Freshens Breath Naturally
Common & Uncommon Names
- Family Name: Lauraceae
- Botanical Name: Cinnamomum verum/Cinnamomum cassia
- English Name: Cinnamomum
- Hindi Name: Dalchini
Other Uncommon Names of This Herb
Cinnamon bark, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, Cinnamomum, Ceylon cinnamon tree,laurel,genus Cinnamomum, Ceylon cinnamon.
- Rasa (Taste): Bitter,pungent and sweet
- Guna (Characteristics): Light,dry and sharp
- Virya (Potency): Hot
- Vipaka (Post Digestive Effect): Bitter
India, Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan, but most specifically Sri Lanka.
Directions for Use
Take 3 gms (One third to half tea-spoon) 2 times a day Cinnamon Powder with water 1-2 hrs after meals. Take the first dose after breakfast. Take 1 pinch of Powder and keep it in the mouth as a mouth freshener. If you are mixing with other herbs, use Cinnamon proportionately or consult your healthcare provider.
- Pregnant/Lactating women, children or any with Known pre-existing condition should take under the advice of a healthcare provider. Keep away from the reach of children.
- Natural nutritional diet
- Proper rest
- Morning walk
- Peaceful mind
Foods to Favor
- Low salt diet
- Plenty of water
- Coconut water
- Egg yolk
- Citrus fruits like [orange, amla, grapes, kiwi]
- Vegetables like [cabbage, cauliflower, parmal, tofu]
Foods to Avoid
- Drinks rich in sugar
- Soft drinks
- Red meat
- Spicy food
- Dairy products
- Acidic food or canned/ junk food.
- Drink plenty of water.
- Eat fruits rich in Vitamin C. Amla contains 20 times more vitamin C than an orange.
- Live a life with positive thinking.
- Follow proper hygienic conditions.
- Avoid suppression of natural urges.
- Avoid alcohol and smoking.
- Avoid excessive coitus.
- Avoid excessive stress, anger and grief.
- Bhavaprasksha Nighantu
- Dravyaguna Vigana
- Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India
- Ravindran, P.; Shylaja, M.; Nirmal Babu, K.; Krishnamoorthy, B. Botany and crop improvement of cinnamon and cassia. In Cinnamon and Cassia—The Genus Cinnamomum; Ravindran, P.N., Babu, K.N., Eds.; CRC Press: Boca Raton, FL, USA, 2004.
- Jakhetia, V.; Patel, R.; Khatri, P.; Pahuja, N.; Garg, S.; Pandey, A.; Sharma, S. Cinnamon: A pharmacological review. JASR 2010, 1, 19–23.
- Krishnamoorthy, B.; Rema, J. End uses of cinnamon and cassia. In Cinnamon and Cassia: The Genus Cinnamomum; Ravindran, P.N., Babu, K.N., Eds.; CRC Press: Boca Raton, FL, USA, 2004.
Reference Classical or Govt. Approved Books
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