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properties-cinnamon bark
By: / Beginner
Post # 1
test one cinnamon bark was boiled with purified water for 50 seconds at boiling point and was giving to my first patient who was experiencing diarrhea and constipation he was giving four cups through out the day and the next morning was fully relieved

test done- 10/15/1012 cinnamon bark research will continue next test will be done to test cinnamon barks properties to fight internal infection ie. fevers and colds.
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Re: properties-cinnamon bark
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Post # 2
Is a cinnamon stick the same as bark? Is it a piece of bark rolled in a stick?
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Re: properties-cinnamon bark
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Post # 3
As far as I know cinnamon bark is the stuff you get in cinnamon sticks
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Re: properties-cinnamon bark
By: / Novice
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I hope you have medical training and/or are licensed to do herbal testing on people otherwise you are putting yourself in a mess of possible legal trouble and can harm those you are working on.

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Re: properties-cinnamon bark
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 5
Wonderful for cooking! When I was a boy, lots of boys would smoke cinnamon sticks.I did myself! It tasted dreadful!
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Yes, cinnamon bark is a cinnamon stick. It is the inner bark that is used and it curls as it dries.

Cinnamon has many properties and can be used in many ways. All you have to do is read a book on herbal medicine, herbal remedies, or alternative medicine (or all of them) to find that information. You should know what it is used for before using it though. If you give a herb to someone that has something that would contradict giving it to them, you could hurt that person. Like people with insulin controlled diabetes should not take sage (Salvia officinalis) in medicinal amounts because regulating blood sugar is one of it's properties. Always research the herb before using it and if you are giving it to someone, make sure it is safe to do so.
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