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Survival Medicine - Cinnamon


In this video I present Cinnamomum Verum, or the true cinnamon true which we can use as medicine for our health.

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Video Transcription

hi guys today's video is going to be about cinnamon and cinnamon is not native to here to Europe it grows in India Bangladesh Sri Lanka and Myanmar and today we are going to talk about the Salem cinnamon or the true cinnamon tree stay tuned scientists have found out that the bark of the cinnamon tree is antibacterial anti-inflammatory antifungal spasmolytic and anti flat length that's quite a range of medicinal properties so what can be used cinnamon for we can use it for example if we have a diminished appetite we can use it if you have cramps in the stomach in gut area and we can use it for flatlands people use cinnamon as spice and actually you should use it just as a spice you shouldn't use too much of it the daily recommended dose is 2 to 4 grams per day if you take the match you can suffer from side effects the side effects of cinnamon if you take too much can be that you have troubles or with your skin you know allergies of the skin or the mucous membrane you can suffer from tachycardia and increase breathing rate so be sure that you don't take too much also cinnamon contains coumarine but the true cinnamon tree doesn't have a lot of humor in coumarine is toxic to the human body it can cause liver damage and kidney failure there's another cinnamons pieces which is called cinnamomum cassia and that's pieces you don't want to eat because it has a high content of coumarine so be sure that you just use the cinnamon that comes from the true cinnamon tree the Ceylon cinnamon I personally love cinnamon I like to put it on my milk rice that I cook occasionally and yeah I especially love it in wintertime I use it on a regular basis and I think it's pretty healthy to use it in your food as a spice also I want to thank you for watching if you want to see other horrible videos check out these videos here at the sides follow me on Facebook Twitter and Instagram and subscribe to my channel if you want to see more stay tuned till next time


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Survival Lilly

Survival Lilly

Survival Lilly is a true passionate bushcraft girl! She likes spending a lot of time in nature practicing survival and bushcraft skills. Her YouTube channel is very interesting as she publishes new videos often and also test out survival and outdoor gear to find the best items you can have in your survival or camping rucksack, and the video quality and photography is always excellent.

You can find all her videos on her YouTube channel.

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