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Cinnamon And Clove Tea
Hi I'm 23 weeks and I've been getting conflicting information about drinking rooibos tea that contains cinnamon, rooibos, ginger root and clove.?
Yes, its ok.: Rooibos or brush tea is from Southern Africa and has benefits to help with nervousness, digestive problems and allergies. There have been no studies on pregnant women using this tea but in moderation this tea is acceptable in pregnancy. It can be consumed in pregnancy. Ginger root helps with nausea so this is OK to consume when pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please see below: There is no real evidence to date that cinnamon can help with subcutaneous fat loss in otherwise healthy individuals. If you are at risk of type 2 diabetes, it might be helpful to add some cinnamon to your meals in addition to, not instead of, diet and exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I like to have a cup of green tea and ginger root with a dash of cinnamon every morning. Is this bad? I hear mixed reviews about cinnamon.
Not bad.: This sounds excellent. Might have health benefits. No negative effects. ...Read more
I started adding making tea by adding ground cinammon powder to my hot water. I read about the benefits of cinnamon, but is true that it's toxic? How?
Just don't inhale it: A little cinnamon in hot water is not toxic and you can this daily. Enjoy. ...Read more
I read where 1/2 tea. Of cinnamon added to your cereal or coffee reduces your cholestrald/trigliserades significantly. Is this safe? Side effects?
Cinnamon is safe: And can be used to help the conditions you mention plus help balance blood sugar. You can get cinnamon capsules in the health food store. Make sure you talk w/your doc, especially if diabetic because the cinnamon can change the dose of medicine you need. Peace and good health. ...Read more
It is true that if you drink tea, cinnamon or coffee before you exercise, your body will burn more fat?
Watch out for sugars: Only if the drink makes you want to exercise harder, longer, or more frequently will the drink accelerate fat loss. Otherwise, it's just another drink. One should be sure not to eat or drink back the calories lost through exercise. ...Read more
Can I use regular ground cinnamon instead of the cinnamon sticks to induce labor and make it as a tea?
Tea: If you think it is going to work. Can not imagine it tasting very good. ...Read more
Is it ok to drink lots of different types of tea in one day? I will have a cup of cardomom and cinnamon tea before bed - one maybe two cups of chamomile tea is this too much of a mix?
Very safe: The risks of driinking too much of any of the common herbal teas are very low. ...Read more
So I want to lose weight. So I was thinking of drinking lemongrass tea mixed with cinnamon and honey. It's not poison right?
NO: No. All the ingredients you have listing are not poison and do not create a poisonous mixture. ...Read more
Cinnamon to lose weight? A friend told me that if you add a bit of cinnamon to your tea everyday helps you lose some belly fat is it true and safe?
Cinnamon: Cinnamon has some interesting properties but in a doses as low as this, it will not induce weight loss. I wish it were so easy. ...Read more
Is it safe to take ginseng, vit d, k, calcium + capsicum supplements and cinnamon, dandelion, green, rosehip, chamomile and peppermint teas together?
Who knows?: Why would anyone have ever scientifically studied such a combination? Do so, as with all otc supplements, at your own risk. The only one that has been scientifically studied and has actual medical benefits without significant risks is the vitamin d. Calcium can't hurt. The rest are a waste of money and possibly health. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or internet scams. ...Read more
I heard that cinnamon has antibacterial entities if I would use it for my mouth or throat what way is best to use? Eat it or to make tea
Is cinammon bad for your voice? I love cinammon herb tea, but my ENT said to stop drinking it (i have sulcus vocalis). I do not have gerd.
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Cinnamon Tea: It is recommended that you not drink nettle leaf, fennel, sassafras, rosemary, hibiscus, ephedra, licorice root, raspberry leaf, anise or sage tea. Encourage you to limit caffeine intake -so if you drink white, red, yellow or green tea- try to make it decaffeinated. Ginger, lime, barley, peppermint and thyme tea are safe during pregnancy. Avoid cinnamon unless about to deliver. ...Read more