Canela - Cinnamon Tea (50 Bags)
Cinnamomum verum J. Presl
What is Cinnamon?
Cinnamon has been used since ancient times as a condiment and to treat certain ailments. It is a perennial tree that can reach up to 15 m in height. Its branches have a pleasant aroma and its leaves have very marked veins. Interestingly, its flowers emit a very unpleasant smell and are white or red. It produces fruits in fences, extremely spicy.
Cinnamon has stimulation properties, both gastric juices and saliva, thus helping the process of digestion. Reduces gas and facilitates the digestion of heavy meals. It is a good appetizer, so it is used in cases of anorexia. Cinnamon also contains camphor, a substance recognized for its anti-vomiting property. In addition, its antiseptic effects are known, which helps to eliminate bacterial infections and those caused by microorganisms.
Cinnamon, being a warm species, helps treat diseases of the respiratory system by expelling mucus and phlegm, reducing inflammation and soothing sore throat.
For its antiseptic properties, it is effective in the treatment of vaginal infections, ulcers in the mouth and fighting bad breath. Improves the pictures caused by fungi on the feet, such as athlete's foot or nail fungus.
How do you consume cinnamon?
Cinnamon is used in its natural state, in rajas, to make infusions or lotions. It is also macerated to reduce to powder, which can be sprinkled on the food or to prepare capsules.