Cinnamon is a traditional Indian spice that is made from the internal bark of trees known as Cinnamon. Its usage can be traced back to the Mughal Era, and that is the reason every Mughlai and Awadhi dish contains Cinnamon. Cinnamon is a superfood. This is not only because of the aroma but because of the immense and fully-loaded medicinal and health benefits. From reducing diabetes, cholesterol, weight, and inflammation to reducing acne, and acting as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent, Cinnamon has plenty of health and wellness benefits. Cinnamon can be consumed as a whole spice or can be powdered in dust form. Powdered Cinnamon is mostly used in making Cinnamon infused water, tea, coffee, replacing with sugar, and adding as seasonings.