Individuals looking to lower blood sugar levels should ingest one to six grams of cassia cinnamon daily for at least 40 days, reports WebMD. Caution should be exercised when using a cinnamon supplement with other diabete... More »

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Cinnamon may be useful for people with Type 2 diabetes, according to Mayo Clinic. This is based on studies that have linked cinnamon capsules to glycemic control. However, the research remains sparse, and the role of cin... More »

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Consumers may purchase cinnamon pills at pharmacies and health food shops, and dosage recommendations vary from 1 to 2 grams daily, according to Healthline. Cinnamon is often added to food, but the amounts are usually no... More »

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Cassia cinnamon can be used to lower blood sugar levels in diabetics, reports WebMD. In addition to lowering blood sugar, some studies have found cinnamon to have positive effects on blood cholesterol levels as well. More »

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Several natural supplements, including chromium, ginseng, and cinnamon can be used to treat diabetes, reports WebMD. As of 2015, significant scientific evidence has not been found supporting the long term use of these na... More »

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One study shows that cinnamon may be effective in lowering the blood pressure of people with diabetes but other studies are inconclusive, while research shows honey is effective in wound care and possibly suppresses coug... More »

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While cinnamon is not recommended by the American Diabetes Association for the treatment of diabetes, studies have linked cinnamon supplementation with lowered blood sugar levels, reports WebMD. One study found cinnamon ... More »