Cinnamon

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Cinnamon may be little more than a delicious spice to many people, but in fact, it has a number of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects on the body that can be very important for the treatment of gastroenteritis. Stomach flu is a painful and annoying infection that is characterized by vomiting, nausea and a severely upset stomach, but cinnamon can counter many of those symptoms and return your gastrointestinal health to normal. Cinnamon is ofte mixed with honey, and the combination of these two can also boost the immune system to eliminate the norovirus or rotovirus causing gastroenteritis.

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