Cinnamon and Diabetes
Cinnamon originally comes from Sri Lanka, and is obtained from the inner bark of the tree known as Cinnamomum (Cinnamomum zeylanicum). It is known as a healthy spice and appreciated since antiquity for its aromatic properties.1
For every disease known to mankind, there is a natural treatment. The use of Cinnamon (Ceylon cinnamon, not cassia cinnamon) to treat diabetes is a prime example.2 As more and more people become diabetic, it has become very important to find a natural cure for this deadly disease.3 People ask if there are any natural products available to make treatment more effective, and it looks like cinnamon may be the answer. Cinnamon has many uses, but the most important is its healing power for diabetics.