Cinnamon: New Applications for An Old Spice

Hawkins, Ernest B.
August 2004
Natural Pharmacy;Aug2004, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p12
Academic Journal
Discusses the potential of cinnamon to help the response to insulin in type 2 diabetes. Role of cinnamon in Traditional Chinese Medicine; Regulation of blood sugar levels; Use of cinnamon oil to treat oral candidiasis in patients with acquired immune deficiency syndrome.


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