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www.healthline.com/nutrition/side-effects-of-cinnamon

Cinnamon is an incredibly healthy spice that is safe to eat in small amounts. However, eating too much could cause these 6 side effects.

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For example, cinnamon is an ingredient in some ancient Chinese cold remedies. Despite the many potential health benefits of cinnamon, you should consult your doctor before adding cinnamon sticks or other cinnamon products to your diet. Some cinnamon products have high levels of coumarin, which can lead to liver damage and harmful drug interactions.

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The typical recommended dose is 1 to 4 grams daily of ground cinnamon and 0.05 to 0.02 grams daily of cinnamon oil daily, according to New York University. While you can monitor your intake if you take supplements, the label on ground cinnamon and cinnamon sticks does not currently show coumarin content.

www.peoplespharmacy.com/2013/12/30/cinnamon-offers-health-benefits-but-also...

I just bought some sticks of cinnamon for the first time and about to start enjoying it but decided to find out its health benefit when I came across the danger it poses to the liver. ... I have been eating 4 to 6 tablespoons of Saigon cinnamon for the last several years. ... His best-selling book, The People’s Pharmacy, was published in 1976 ...

www.livestrong.com/article/445647-is-too-much-cinnamon-bad-for-you

It's particularly dangerous to try to eat a large amount of dry cinnamon on its own. Teenagers sometimes try this "cinnamon challenge," and it has led to a number of hospitalizations. It can cause choking and lead to collapsed lungs, according to an article published in "Pediatrics" in May 2013.

www.digitaljournal.com/article/323339

Cinnamon has the potential to cause several dangerous medical side effects because of the coumarin it contains. Amounts normally used could cause serious health issues. Too much cinnamon may be ...

www.reference.com/food/can-eat-cinnamon-sticks-e1bca02651bf64b9

Can You Eat Cinnamon Sticks? People generally grind up cinnamon sticks instead of eating them, but chewing on cinnamon sticks is safe for most people. Some cinnamon contains high levels of coumarin, which can lead to liver problems and cause some drug interactions when taken in high doses.

www.healthline.com/nutrition/10-proven-benefits-of-cinnamon

Cinnamon is a delicious spice with impressive effects on health and metabolism. Here are 10 evidence-based health benefits of cinnamon.

www.cinnamonvogue.com/cinnamon_side_effects.html

Cinnamon has different chemical properties depending on whether you are dealing with Cinnamon Sticks, Cinnamon Leaf oil or Cinnamon Bark Oil. Ceylon Cinnamon Leaf Oil has higher levels of Eugenol while Ceylon Cinnamon Bark Oil has higher levels of Cinnamaldehyde. Each compound has unique effects.

www.cinnamonvogue.com/dangers_of_coumarin_in_cassia_cinnamon.html

dangers of coumarin in cassia cinnamon Coumarin is a toxic, fragrant chemical compound commonly found in high concentration in Cassia Cinnamon, the cheap hard Cinnamon sticks you find at your local grocery store.