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Oxygen molecules in our body naturally exist as a pair. When this pair splits, the separated free-radical oxygen molecules undergo a series of chain reactions to seek out and pair with other molecules in our body. These oxidative chain reactions are harmful to cells, proteins. and DNA.
Antioxidants stop these harmful chain reactions by bonding to the free radicals. Cinnamon and Honey are packed with natural antioxidants that protect our bodies from free radicals. The cinnamaldehyde found in cinnamon is a powerful antioxidant. Cinnamon has one of the highest antioxidant contents of any other natural ingredient. Honey is full of phenolic compounds which contribute to its antioxidative capacity. The darker the honey, the higher the antioxidant concentration. Thus, we use dark Brazilian honey in our formula.
Inflammations are our bodies’ natural response to a wound. However, prolonged inflammation can block the circulation of oxygen and nutrients to damaged tissue. Cinnamon and honey possess anti-inflammatory properties that can restore circulation to damaged tissue and promote healing.
A virus is essentially a protein coat containing DNA and RNA fragments. Unlike live bacteria or fungi which reproduce on their own, a virus relies on the machinery of its host cell to replicate. The result of this process is the death of the host cell. Targeting cells which are already infected by a virus will produce the same detrimental effects as the virus itself. Modern antiviral drugs work by preventing the virus from entering the host cell. However, similar to bacteria, virus populations can also become resistant to antiviral drugs.
Cinnamon has shown to have antiviral properties which can aid your body to fight infections without antiviral medications. Cinnamon extract may slow the growth of viruses, allowing your immune system to combat the disease on its own. One study suggest that cinnamon can be effective in eliminating and preventing viruses from infecting humans and causing sicknesses.
Lab tests of cinnamon have shown to be effective against Candida, the most common fugal yeast infection. A 100% curative/improvement ratio was observed among the patients infected with three Candida species indicating a strong anti fungal effect.
Cinnamon contains bioactive phytochemicals such as cinnamaldehyde and eugenol. Phytochemicals are shown to have numerous benefits such as slowing and reducing bacterial growth. Studies have indicated that cinnamon can be suggested as an alternative to synthetic antibiotics, especially for treating antibiotic resistant bacterial infections.
The delicate balance of microorganisms in our gut’s microbiome plays a large role in our immunity. Lymph nodes present in our gut rely on the surrounding environment to alert the immune system and illicit a response to an infection. An imbalance of microbiome in our gut can possibly delay an immune response or even render it ineffective.
Candida overgrowth is very commonly associated with an unhealthy, imbalanced gut. This overgrowth is observed especially during viral infections. Our immune system is naturally equipped to fight viral infections as soon as they occur. However, this gut imbalance can hinder our immune system and the infection can progress to present symptoms. Cinnamon’s natural ability to effectively improve patients’ response to Candida infections can keep your gut healthy and immune system ready to fight any infections.
Allergies arise from our body overreacting to a foreign object entering our airway or
bloodstream. Pollen and dust are most commonly associated with seasonal allergies that trigger this immune system response causing inflammation and discomfort. Studies have found that Ceylon cinnamon extract inhibits these allergen-specific immune responses as well as targets and reduces inflammation in humans. Combining these benefits with honey’s natural anti-inflammatory and cough suppressant properties produce a remedy that will not only manage the symptoms of allergies but also target the reaction at its source.