Cinnamon

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Women suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome must often deal with irregular or painful menstruation, and this can often lead to more serious reproductive problems – even infertility! Cinnamon is rich in various organic compounds that have direct effects on the hormonal balance in our body, even helping to regulate menstruation and manage glucose levels in the blood. Mix cinnamon in a glass of water with a bit of honey and drink this mixture every day; you should see a reduction in symptoms and a return to a more normal quality of life.

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