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Query from: Aisha B, United States, 04/10/08
Topic: TRYING TO CONCEIVE      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: Is honey and cinnamon safe duirng pregnancy?

can you let me know if Honey and cinnamon are good to have during pregnancy? if yes how and can you have during the entire pregnancy?

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Response from: Indumukhi A.,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Source: This information comes from my own knowledge.
Yes, in normal amounts like we would eat, cinnamon and honey are healthy during pregnancy. In general (and not just for pregnant women) it is not recommended to cook honey or eat during the hot months. However this is ayurvedic lore, and your allopathic doc would surely give you the green light to take these foods cooked or uncooked.

Only thing is that honey must not be fed to your infant below one year.

Congratulations on your pregnancy!

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Response from: Bond 007 James,   
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hi ab, honey and cinnamon are having are very useful during pregnancy.they can be used through out the pregnacy without any side effects or complications.

evidence collected from web as follows --

Daily use of honey and cinnamon powder strengthens the immune system and protects body from bacteria and viral attacks. Scientist found that honey has various vitamins and iron in large amounts. Constant use of honey strengthen the white blood corpuscles to fight bacteria and viral diseases.

cinnamon tea in which honey is also a main ingrediant can be used for nausea and vomtings in early pregnancy. ready made cinnamon bags which are available in super markets are good for pregnant women,who used to take 3 times a day before meals.

other good properties of cinnamon are in the treatment of female infertility --

women who do not conceive, and to strengthen the uterus, have been taking cinnamon powder for centuries. • •Women who cannot conceive may take a pinch of cinnamon powder in half a teaspoon of honey, and apply it on the gums frequently throughout the day, so that it slowly mixes with the saliva and enters the body.

i think u got answer. good luck

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Response from: Geetha Gopakumar,   
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Yes, they both have quite a few health benefits. Honey is fine for you while you are pregnant. It should be in limit. Other wise it will make other complication. The big thing with honey it that it is not to be given directly to a child under the age of 1 year

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Response from: - Bahu -,   
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Dear Aisha,

honey and cinnamon are good at any time, including pregnancy. Honey is one of nature's superfoods and will strengthen and engergise you (however, remember that it is, after all, a noce form of sugar, so consume in moderation). Cinnamon is warming aas well as helps regulate bood sugar. You can have a it freely in cakes, porridge, as part of spice mix in curries, etc.

Good luck!

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Response from: Ms saipriya r,   
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hello Aisha ,

Honey is safe, yes, but cinnamon in large doses has been known to trigger miscarriages.

Honey is just not recommended for the baby until it is past the age of about 18-24 months of age.

most things are ok in moderation.. just dont over do it.. its important to have a wide variety of foods and nutrients.. i wouldnt use anything i was really questioning without asking my dr first.. but ive been asking my dr about all kinds of food.. and found very little that she's told me no to.. she just reminds me to use everything in moderation and not to consume a large amount of anything..

good luck!

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Response from: Safina M.I.,   
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Congratulation on your pregnancy. Have you known that the dried dates is very good and all pregnant ladies must include it in their diet? You can have honey or cinnamon, but dont take in large amount because too much of anything is not good. Eat fruits and vegetables as well. good Luck.

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Response from: Joey P,   
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Cinnamon is alright during pregnancy, but honey which is always raw since it is not processed, can carry the botulism bacteria, which is a very severe and sometimes deadly bug. It may not happen every time you eat it but all it takes is one time to cause a miscarriage, illness or death to the mother since your immune system is weaker when you’re pregnant. It is best to avoid it during pregnancy but after birth its effect is not as strong and will just cause a illness. Also botulism is even worse in babies, infants and tot’s, it is best to introduce it after a child reaches four or five to minimize the effect of botulism can have on a kid

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