2. Anti-Inflammatory Properties

The antioxidants and polyphenols in cinnamon also possess anti-inflammatory properties. Under normal circumstances, inflammation helps the body repair tissue damage and fight infections. However, in some cases, swelling can work against the tissues or become chronic over an extended period. Conditions and events that cause inflammation can lead to chronic pain. Cinnamon is particularly good for inflammation of the liver.

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