It grows in countries with warm climates such as Sri Lanka, Brazil, India and the Caribbean "spice isle," Grenada. Cinnamon comes from the inner skin of the bark of the cinnamomum verum evergreen tree. In the 12th century it was dubbed a "universal spice of sinuses" and used to treat colds, flu and cancer.
Cinnamon can also be useful in helping to preventing diabetes and heart disease. For people who do progress from pre-diabetes to type 2 diabetes, cinnamon can also be useful.
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