The Spicy Benefits Of Cinnamon Tea

Cinnamon Tea has many health benefits which include, boosting your immune system, lowering your risk of heart disease, reducing blood sugar and more.

Cinnamon Tea is made by infusing cinnamon bark in hot water. It is made from the inner bark of the cinnamon tree, which curls into rolls while drying.

The bark usually comes in the form of sticks, but you can also find it in the form of crushed bark in tea bags. The tea can also be made using cinnamon powder and cinnamon extract.

Cinnamon is commonly used as a spice for the flavoring of food, coffee and teas. Consumed as a tea, it has a mild honey, woody and spice taste and is deep brown in color. Cinnamon tea can be quite aromatic.

Cinnamon tea is usually made from the Ceylon Cinnamon species or the Saigon Cinnamon species.

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Benefits Of Cinnamon Tea

Cinnamon Tea is Full of Antioxidants. The antioxidants in Cinnamon Tea protect the body from oxidative stress that is caused by free radicals. Free radicals have been linked to diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Free radicals can also cause premature aging. Cinnamon may promote collagen formation and increase the skin’s elasticity and hydration.

Cinnamon Tea May Promote A Healthy Heart. Cinnamon Tea may help lower your risk of heart disease. The antioxidants found in the tea may help to prevent heart problems caused by high cholesterol. Studies also show that cinnamon may reduce blood pressure and bad cholesterol levels.

Cinnamon Tea May Boost Brain Health. Consuming Cinnamon Tea may help protect the brain from neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. People suffering from Parkinson’s disease may see an improvement in their motor functions.

Cinnamon Tea Can Boost Your Immune System. Drinking Cinnamon Tea can fight off pathogens that can make you sick. Cinnamon Tea has antibacterial properties that can help fend off bacteria that cause bad breath, the common cold and the flu.

Cinnamon Tea May Help Reduce Blood Sugar. Cinnamon Tea appears to act in a manner similar to that of insulin, which is a hormone that moves sugar out of your bloodstream and into your tissues. It may also help slow the breakdown of carbs in your gut, preventing your blood sugar levels from spiking after meals.

Cinnamon Tea May Reduce PMS and Cramps. Cinnamon Tea may help reduce the pain of cramps and make them more bearable. It may also help reduce menstrual bleeding as well as nausea and vomiting during menstruation.

Side Effects

Like most herbal teas, Cinnamon Tea is safe to consume, when done so in moderation. However, excessive consumption of Cinnamon Tea can cause mouth sores and irritate the throat. People who are allergic to Cinnamon, may want to steer clear of Cinnamon Tea.


Cinnamon Tea has many health benefits as mentioned in this article and others, like anticancer properties, fighting HIV and reducing acne. The benefits just add to the enjoyment of drinking this spicy and aromatic beverage. Enjoy the flavor while benefiting your body.

I have linked a very flavorful tea that we enjoy regularly below. I really enjoy this one, especially the aroma.

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This research has been done by me, for the benefit of my readers. I am in no way a doctor and therefore recommend my readers decide for themselves what they will do with the information provided. Sharing is Caring. If you have a medical condition, always talk to your physician before taking supplements.

Published by mrshealthy79

I Love Tea and all the wonderful things it does for the body. As a matter of fact, I'm probably sipping on some as I compose each post. Not only is it relaxing and soothing to drink, but it has great medicinal benefits. I'd like to share my research with you. Sharing of course, is Caring. Feel free to share my articles with everyone. Thank You for stopping by.

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