Refreshing drink with cinnamon and cloves (also suitable for diabetics)

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Refreshing drink with cinnamon and cloves (also suitable for diabetics)
Aromatic spices cinnamon and cloves are especially useful for people with diabetes. The results of the study reveal that the use of cinnamon is especially useful for people with type 2 diabetes. Clove has been used in cooking for centuries, but also as a medicinal ingredient in traditional medicine of many nations. Modern science confirms the effect of this spice in glycoregulation and prevention of numerous complications due to diabetes. There are two reasons for this effect. Due to its specific composition, cloves have an insulin-like effect in regulating blood glucose levels. That is why this spice has long been used as a folk remedy for treating diabetes. Inflammatory processes cause several chronic diseases, including diabetes. It has been proven that this spice contains substances with an anti-inflammatory effect that can prevent the appearance of more severe diabetic complications. One of the substances is eugenol, whose strong analgesic effect was confirmed in an extensive study in the laboratory. And this spice stimulates the pancreas to optimal function.
Medicinal drink: 4 cinnamon sticks, 60 grams of whole cloves, 1 liter of water. Mix all ingredients in a glass jar. Keep the mixture in the refrigerator for 5 days. Then strain the liquid. Drink half a glass of beverage daily.

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