What is the danger of eat powder cinnamon?
Quite simply it is impossible to swallow it as it dries the mouth out quickly. Bu not being to swallow it, it can be inhaled or make you choke, resulting in your possible death. Eating raw liver has choked a few college students in the past by having the same effect. It is too coarse to slide down the throat and gets stuck there.
Cassia cinnamon contains natural coumadin. Too much is bad for the liver. Other varieties of cinnamon, such as Ceylon, have much less coumadin.
Cassia cinnamon contains natural coumadin. Too much is bad for the liver. Other varieties of cinnamon, such as Ceylon, have much less coumadin.
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i'm sure someone out there can but i heard in several places that most people can't. just like most people can't lick their elbow. Another answer. Please don't try this with powdered cinnamon. It is so fine, you can aspirate it in to your lungs if you cough or choke. This may result in aspiration… pneumonia. I've seen then choke and vomit - as above, it's too fine, and you really could aspirate or find out you have some kind of chemical induced pneumonia. Recommend the "just a spoon full of sugar" with it to help it go down. (MORE)
Answer . There really anything WRONG with it and I can't imagine that it could effect your period, BUT WHY WOULD YOU WANT TO EAT BABY POWDER?
you can but you will have a weird accent you might get sick but most likely you won't
I don't think it harms you as much as talc powder because if you eat baby powder or any powder containing talc then you can get cancer or you can have breathing problems, but pure cornstarch can't harm you that much but on all baby powder bottles or any powder bottles it says that it can cause you b…reathing problems and believe me im13 and i was eating baby powder on and off for 1 year now and sometimes i can't breath.so just try to stop that's what im doing i didn't eat none in like 2 weeks and sometimes i want to eat some but i stop myself. it's pretty hard but you just got to stop and if you want to cure this then just go to the doctor and get a check up so you can make sure nothings wrong with you. (MORE)
Its impossible...without water, but the object is to eat it without it right? ive tried many times and you can eat it! place the cinnamon into your mouth and swallow in very small proportions. DONT CHEW IT!!! it only makes it clump up creating difficulties.
You can, but it wouldn't taste very good. It would be better mixed in a cookie recipe.. It will tast gross but yes as a fact i have done it be for when my 28 year old bro dared me to...
I'm not aware of any difference. Decades ago terms like "finely powdered" were standardized terms that referred to the size of pharmacist's sieve the product could pass through.\n. \nToday, though, I'm not aware of any difference between "cinnamon powder" and "ground cinnamon".
In excessive amounts, I have tried a little sprinkled on my dogs food, who is a diabetic, but the cinnamon did not help lower her BG, but it did not hurt the dog, I don't recommend using it unless you have a reason, if you do only a sprinkle. I recently checked with my veterinarian after giving my d…og cinnamon and he did not know of any problems and did not have any concerns. my dog ate cinnamon toast crunch i dropped on the floor, and then he swelled up like a balloon. he threw up and pooped 4 times before he went to bed. he passed alot of gas, and today he is normal size. was it the cereal he ate that made him swell? I don't know, but Cinnamon toast crunch is not good for any creatures, including humans.. Read the ingredients. (MORE)
Cinnamon, can dry out the mouth airway and lungs because of its fine powder consistency. unlike salt which is more of a granule, cinnamon is a fine powder which can more easily coat surfaces. it might not be deadly but can be very detrimental to your health to eat or inhale cinnamon powder by itself…. i am not a doctor nor do i claim to know for certain but as i have been informed by medical professionals and other researchers this is true of most powders cinnamon just happens to be a common myth. One Another danger of inhaling cinnamon is the possibility of causing an infection in your lungs from a foreign substance. I know from experience that this can happen. A few years ago, I nearly died from bacterial pneumonia which I believed might have been started from inhaling powered sugar. (MORE)
A Norwegian article claims that new research shows that any more than 2.7 grams (one teaspoon) of cinnamon a day is dammaging to the liver due to the presence of a substance called coumarin.
Cinnamon is not toxic to dogs, but it is toxic to cats. You can giveyour dog a stick of cinnamon, as long as you don't have a family cattoo, which could be licked by the cinnamon-breath dog or may try andhave a nibble of the stick to see what the dog is eating. Cinnamon is basically the bark of a …specific tree. In the wild, dogs occasionally chew on trees. Bearin mind that cinnamon is a flavouring spice. Dogs are not concernedabout adding a bit of flavour to their food. You don't see them in5-star restaurants complaining to the waiter that there is no pepper ontheir food. Ground cinnamon should be avoided as the dog is more likelyto breathe it in the wrong hole than swallow it. Cinnamon is good forreducing bloating, so it could be given as a treat after a gassy meal(for example if the vet has advised you to add a little soybeans intotheir diet for medical or dieting reasons). (MORE)
If you do not eat cinnamon as a regular part of your diet, anything more than about 3-6 grams a day is usually not recommended. You can eat more without adverse effect if it is a regular part of your diet in significant amounts. Some beneficial effects on type 2 diabetics have been reported for peop…le who have take up to 9 grams a day, usually in 3 divided doses. This is for "true" cinnamon, or Ceylon cinnamon. Cassia cinnamon, which is cheaper and what is usually found in your grocery store, contains coumarin, a blood thinner, which should not be consumed in large quantities. Check the label. (MORE)
You Can, But Make Sure You Have A Water Bottle And Trash Can With You, Because Your Throat Will Start To Burn, Drink A Crap Load Of Water, And The Garbage Can Is For When You Puke, If Your Throat Feels Enough Pain You Will Puke, So.... AND MAKE SURE IF YOU TRY THIS, DO IT WITH FRIENDS, ITS ONLY FUN …WITH FRIENDS! MAKE SURE NONE OF YOUR FRIENDS ARE ALLERGIC TO CINNAMON, BECAUSE THERE THROAT MAY SWELL UP, THEY'LL CHOKE, AND THIS MAY BE F.A.T.A.L.! So Caution Yourself. (MORE)
an Indian spice wich is found and made in India called (TAJ) an Indian spice wich is found and made in India called (TAJ)
That depends on the length and thickness of the stick, and the quality of the cinnamon. Sticks are generally used differently than powder, so conversions don't work well.
You can eat a cinnamon stick. You just shouldn't. It's not good for digestion, so people just don't recommend it. They're good to suck, but not to chew. You may even swallow little bits on it. Just avoid eating the whole thing.
Ground cinnamon is infact different then cinnamon powder. Ground cinnamon in not and worn down and "soft" as cinnamon powder. if a recipie says to put in ground cinnamon make sure the label says " cinnamon powder " or vice versa.
Cinnamon powder lasts indefinitely if sealed in an airtight container, but looses its potency over time. After six months if properly stored the flavor and aroma gets noticeably weaker. The nose knows and a simple sniff test when opening the container will reveal if the essential oils in the powder …have evaporated off, or if there is still flavor left. If it doesn't have a strong smell (or no smell at all), then it isn't going to have a lot of flavor. (MORE)
Honey should NOT be given to children under one year of age. Honey may contain Clostridium botulinum spores that can cause infant infant botulism.
No, horses do not eat cinnamon. Cinnamon is a dried spice from the Indian subcontinent and is very caustic. Horses will not eat the spice due to the burning sensation it generates in their mouths.
One cup of boiling water. One tablespoon of ground cinnamon and one tablespoon of honey. Mix thoroughly and drink while hot.
Cinnamon helps you stabilize your sugar levels. Many diabetics knows this and uses it. It has not been found to be dangerous.
\nBecause you were CLEARLY thinking about cinnamon or had already NOT cleaned your mug, SILLY!
the major constituent of honey is fructose. a recent study showed that people that drank drinks containing fructose had a higher risk of gout. the risk was comparable to 30 -50 ml of alcohol
yes you can it won't come out how you would of liked it to be, but you can.
No, hermit crabs should not be given cinnamon in their food. Most spices, including table salt, should not be eaten by hermit crabs.
here in the Philippines, cinnamon powder are commonly available atany grocery store. Just visit the herbs and spices corner.mccormick, fat&thin, joy, and bohabe are some of the commonbrands.
Firstly, go somewhere real private, like the woods. bring a funnel, as well as the jar. make sure you are not in the sight of any houses. put the funnel over your mouth, and chug the jar, no matter how much you gag, just do it.
No I don't think so. My cat ate cinnamon spread and she threw up so I would not recommend giving cinnamon to yours!
The only time cinnamon can prove dangerous is when a large amount is ingested it will dry your throat out and possibly cause asphyxiation.
No its not they can eat that i have one and mine dog loves cinnamon!! I read that grapes are really bad for them
Generally you should put nothing foreign on your skin, enjoy a proper diet and your body takes care of itself.
there aren't really any serious dangers but drys up your throat and hurts really badly
eating washiing powder dried your throat and it can cause a disease name pica it can kill a person especially if girls are addicted to it they need serious healthy enivironment which can keep them away from all worries
No. It may cause some serious heartburn, though. Eating cinnamon on it's own is only dangerous in it's powdered form, as the fine powder may clog the alveoli in the lungs, the small air sacs that allow you to breath.
arguably yes because it is so dry that it wont go down your throat, and will cause you to choke. In some cases it also causes vomiting, anyway, why don't you try it and get back to me on that one!
No not at all. Cinnamon is in fact very healthy for us and stabilize the blood sugar level.
Nothing causes urinary tract infection except bacteria (or possibly some viruses) that over-grow in the tissue of the tract. It is possible that the byproducts of cinnamon powder that pass out in the urine may cause irritation to infected tissue, but that is not the same as causing the problem.
Some cinnamon can be dangerous because it contains ingredients that are bad for your liver. If you are going to use it just for seasoning you would be alright, but if you are going to use it to lower blood sugar or help insulin levels which you would need more cinnamon you need a cinnamon called cey…lon cinnamon which doesn't have the dangerous ingredients that are in regular cinnamon. I found it at Amazon.com. For blood sugar or insulin problems take 1/4 to 1/2 teas. with each meal with 8 oz. of fresh water. I use distilled water to keep from drinking fluoride and chlorine which is two poison. Hope this helps. (MORE)
Note on Identification "Cassia" is an herb which looks and tastes like cinnamon and can be found on some store shelves labeled as cinnamon when actually it does not carry the health benefits of true "Ceylon cinnamon". The first step in using cinnamon safely is knowing what you are getting. Cassia …contains higher amounts of coumarin than true cinnamon and coumarin is responsible for some of the side effects listed below. Skin Irritation The essential oil of cinnamon must never be applied directly to the skin. Small amounts of the diluted oil can be used for refreshment and to fight infection but the oil alone can quickly cause severe burning and irritation to exposed skin. Allergies are rare but sometimes manifest as sores. Stomach Irritation Those with any prior condition of the digestive system such as an ulcer or irritable bowel syndrome should be careful when eating cinnamon. Large amounts (more than 1/2 a teaspoon) may cause the lining of the stomach to become irritated. Increased Heart Rate Large amounts of cinnamon have been reported to increase heart rate which could be dangerous for those with a heart condition. Increased heart rate is also linked to cinnamon oil poisoning in children. Uterine Contractions Some traditional medicine practitioners will give a mother cinnamon in order to induce or normalize contractions. Therefore, pregnant women may want to avoid cinnamon. . Blood Thinning Cinnamon may have anti-clotting properties and may cause over thinning of the blood if you are taking blood thinners. Large doses of cinnamon should also not be used before surgery, during heavy menstruation, or in any situation where a lot of bleeding may occur. Kidney and Liver Problems There is anecdotal evidence suggesting that people with kidney or liver problems or people who are taking drugs that are processed in the liver may want to avoid taking high doses of cinnamon due to its coumarin content. Coumarin levels are higher in cassia than in true cinnamon, but cinnamon does contain compounds that are known to be toxic to the kidneys at high doses. Blood Sugar People taking medication to regulate blood sugar should be careful when taking cinnamon, as it also has a powerful effect on blood sugar and the two in combination may lower blood sugar too much. Antibiotics Cinnamon is a powerful antibiotic, but check with your doctor before taking cinnamon if you are taking prescription antibiotics, because it may change the way prescription antibiotics act on the body. It also help........ studies have shown that just 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon per day can lower LDL cholesterol. Several studies suggest that cinnamon may have a regulatory effect on blood sugar, making it especially beneficial for people with Type 2 diabetes . In some studies, cinnamon has shown an amazing ability to stop medication-resistant yeast infections. In a study published by researchers at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Maryland, cinnamon reduced the proliferation of leukemia and lymphoma cancer cells. It has an anti-clotting effect on the blood. In a study at Copenhagen University, patients given half a teaspoon of cinnamon powder combined with one tablespoon of honey every morning before breakfast had significant relief in arthritis pain after one week and could walk without pain within one month. . When added to food, it inhibits bacterial growth and food spoilage, making it a natural food preservative. One study found that smelling cinnamon boosts cognitive function and memory. Researchers at Kansas State University found that cinnamon fights the E. coli bacteria in unpasteurized juices. It is a great source of manganese, fiber, iron, and calcium. (MORE)
Why would you feed birds such gourmet food? Tree hugger. Next you'll feed them gourmet Filet Mignon. Stupid tree hugger.
No, when you start your period is determined by your menstrualcycle - cinnamon does not and cannot effect your menstrual cycle.Your period comes when it is due.
No its unhealthy for there diet but they can eat sugar cane to chew on
Horses can eat cinnamon sticks, but it is usually better to give ground cinnamon to horses as there is less potential risk for the horse choking.
You do not eat tea, you drink it, when is up to you and your taste buds !!
Cinnamon rolls make a tasty snack. They are generally made from standard wheat bread, which causes problems for those with gluten intolerances. The sweet bread mix is often high in sugar and fat.
Cinnamon Powder can be used for making tea, adding to food for flavor, it can be used for a personal powder for infections, and it helps gas and indigestion.
If large supermarkets don't have it, specialized stores should. Ifnot, see if there's a suq .
To add flavor to the finished cookie. Cinnamon is part of a group of 'hot spices' that are often used in baking sweets. Others are cloves, nutmeg, and allspice. They could be substituted for the cinnamon, though you might want to reduce the amount used since they are very assertive flavors. All four… of these spices are also used very effectively in seasoning non-dessert items like vegetables and meats along with more conventionally used spices like black, green, or white peppercorns, or star anise. Yes, peppercorns or star anise could, and are, used in making dessert type foods. (MORE)
No, cinnamon powder is considered a spice rather than a starch or carbohydrate. One does not typically consume enough cinnamon or any other spice for it to be included in one of the food groups.