Cinnamon

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While many people look at cinnamon as a delicious spice that can add a unique burst of flavor to many dishes, it is also a powerful agent for human health, given its concentrated antioxidant and analgesic compounds. For the treatment of dysmenorrhea, you can drink a glass of milk, honey and cinnamon to quickly relieve the tension, pressure and pain of menstrual cramps. Cinnamaldehyde is the active ingredient of cinnamon and has been directly linked to treatment for a number of inflammatory diseases, including arthritis and gout, making it a reliable remedy for dysmenorrhea.

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