Certainly, cinnamon is widely famous as an addition to meals and frappe drinks, but for hundreds of years it has been used in China and India as a medicine in the treatment of influenza and gastric problems. Learn about some other uses of cinnamon explained below.cinnamon-top-5-amazing-ways-to-use-this-spice

Hair Growth

One way to encourage hair growth and to foster the head is to use exactly a cinnamon mask. Mix two tablespoons of cinnamon and a little honey with half a cup of olive oil. Add an egg to the mixture to thicken, then massage it on wet hair and leave it to act for 10-15 minutes. Then, wash with shampoo.

Bad breath

If you have troubles with bad breath, just eat a cinnamon stick or drink some boiled water in which you have put a little of this spice.

Lip gloss

For the start, apply a little Vaseline on the lips, then rub a little cinnamon on the lips and let it act for a minute – two. You will feel like you lips slightly tingle, but the effect will be excellent. Please be sure not to place cinnamon directly on the skin because it may cause irritation.

Face Mask

Clean up your face with an acne product on the basis of cinnamon which you can make by yourself at home. Mix three tablespoons of honey and one tablespoon of cinnamon. When the mixture becomes thick enough – apply it on your face. Cinnamon will prevent bacterial acne and honey will keep the skin hydrated.

Removal of dry skin

In order to remove the old layers of skin and restore its shine, it is sufficient to apply a mixture of sea salt, almond oil, honey and ground cinnamon.

Oh, cinnamon added to pancakes and boiled wine is the best accessory ever.

 

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Certainly, cinnamon is widely famous as an addition to meals and frappe drinks, but for hundreds of years it has been used in China and India as a medicine in the treatment of influenza and gastric problems. Learn about some other uses of cinnamon explained below. Hair Growth One way to...