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What will happen after I drink cinnamon tea to induce my periods?
Cinnamon tea is one of the most used herbal remedy to induce and regulate menstruation. The cinnamon contains beneficial compounds like the cinnamyl acetate, cinnamaldehyde and cinnamyl alcohol which are very effective in regulating irregular menstrual periods. In response to your query, when you drink cinnamon tea, cinnamon will act as vasodilator increasing the blood flow in the uterine area which efficiently helps in regulating irregular menstruation and inducing menstruation in women who have irregular menstruation periods. Another medicinal properties of drinking cinnamon tea in regards to menstruation is that it has anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties that efficiently lessen painful menstruation or menstrual cramps.
Can drinking cinnamon reduce period pains?
Drinking cinnamon can effectively reduce painful menstruation periods called as "Dysmenorrhea" because of its various active compounds (cinnamaldehyde, cinnamyl alcohol, and cinnamyl acetate) that have antispasmodic properties which relieve period pains.
Here's an effective cinnamon recipe to reduce period pains:
- Cinnamon powder (0.5 to 2.5 grams)
- 1 / 2 cup water
- Bring the water to boil then add the cinnamon powder stirring occasionally. After 2 to 3 minutes, pour the mixture into a cup then slowly drink. For best results, drink the cinnamon recipe two times a day.
In regards to your query, cinnamon can effectively reduce painful periods because it has an antispasmodic and warming effect on the body.
I am 40 and trying to conceive and have severe pain when I get my period?
I've been using cinnamon and honey since last December do you think it will help? I was not aware that it helps with infertility.
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