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With These 5 Great Uses for Cinnamon You’ll Always Keep It Close By

Cinnamon is a spice that gives an amazingly sweet fragrance and exotic flavor, and it dates back to the beginning of ancient history. It has been used for all sort of things like food recipes, skin treatment recipes and even perfume manufacturers usually include it in their fragrance formulas. Here, we will list some great uses for cinnamon you may have never thought of before.

1- As we have just said, cinnamon has a fragrance so sweet and exotic that perfume companies use it in their formulas. Make use of this attribute by using cinnamon essence oil in oil burners. You can even rub some of it on light bulbs when they are turned off for the sweet fragrance to spread once you turn them on.

2- Cinnamon has natural antimicrobial and antifungal qualities. So, when you have bladder infection or fungal infections (down there) boil cinnamon in water and add it to your food and drinks to cure the infection and limit their growth.

3- Did you know that cinnamon is effective as a brain stimulant? It improves various cognitive functions making it the best thing you could add to your coffee to perform well at work. It will even work without drinking it, just keep a stick of cinnamon in your pocket and inhale its smell from time to time.

4- Do you suffer from moths that snack on your clothes and linens whenever they get the chance to? Instead of using naphthalene and similar toxic chemicals, repel moth naturally by making sachets of black peppercorns and cinnamon cloves and putting them in your dresser. As a bonus, your clothes will get a sweet cinnamon smell.

5- Cinnamon boosts metabolism and as a result it increases weight loss rate. It also cures obesity complications such as high cholesterol levels, insulin resistance and even diabetes. Add it to your food to keep your weight in check.

Uses for Cinnamon You’ll Always Keep It Close By

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