A neurological scientist at Rush University Medical Center has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to evaluate whether cinnamon, a common food spice and flavoring material, may stop the destructive process of multiple sclerosis (MS).
The two-year, $750,000 NIH grant will fund research that will analyze the effects of cinnamon on the disease process in mice.
"Since medieval times, physicians have used cinnamon to treat a variety of disorders including arthritis, coughing and sore throats," said Kalipada Pahan, PhD., who is the Floyd A. Davis professor of neurology at Rush and principal investigator of the study. "Our initial findings in mice indicate that cinnamon may also help those suffering from MS." ... Read More - http://www.msrc.co.uk/index.cfm/fuseact ... pageid/684
Kate925 wrote:Thanks for posting. He recommends Ceylon cinnamon (cinnamonum verum) rather than cassia cinnamon.
I'm going to start supplementing with Ceylon cinnamon, 3 grams per day. It might not help, but I don't think it can hurt.
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