The EPA warns of acute dermal toxicity; acute oral toxicity; eye irritation; dermal irritation and dermal sensitization. To be fair, he looked like he knew what was coming but the cinnamon challenge takes no prisoners. When a person puts that spoonful of cinnamon in their mouth, they will experience a few immediate reactions. Restaurant operator Inspire Brands looking to expand its growing portfolio of fast-food chains. People who swallow a large amount of cinnamon are likely to feel some discomfort when the cinnamon comes out in their bowel movement the next day. Your lungs were not built to hold food, so any foreign object even as small as ground cinnamon particles cause problems. "I feel like it's Christmas Eve every day," Breanna Lockwood said of her mom carrying her baby. Despite the fact that many well-known people have attempted the challenge and survived, this is a dangerous act that can make you sick. All rights reserved. Cats have a reputation for disobeying their owners — why would they start listening now? However, there is one report of a 13-year-old boy who ended up in a coma as a result of the challenge and the case of a 4-year-old boy who died from ingesting a large amount of cinnamon on accident. Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz (the grandson of Herman) talks with Fincher, and with actresses Amanda Seyfried and Lily Collins, about the story behind the making of a masterwork. Medical contributions by Dr. Cory Showalter. There are real health risks associated with this dare and the few minutes of fame aren't worth it. A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity. Teens who unintentionally breathe the cinnamon into their lungs also risk getting pneumonia as a result.”. Matthew Radar’s mother said he was always a climber, and it ultimately led him to his death. Using internal emails, sworn testimony, and other documents, Snopes was able to break down exactly how the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) worked to "generate, create, organize and weaponize" misleading narratives. A serious inflammatory response could lead to a life-threatening infection. While it seems relatively simple, videos all over the web show people attempting the … U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell became a topic of speculation after photographs seemingly showed his hands looking bruised and discolored. Because the cinnamon clump is made of fine particles, it may be difficult to remove with standard first aid procedures for choking. Furious Pete holds nine Guinness World Records in eating and guess what he is eating this video: an entire bottle of cinnamon. With nine days left until Election Day, many Americans hope the race finishes smoothly — unlike the disputed election of 1876. Coumarin is the parent compound of warfarin (known by its trademarked name, Coumadin), a medication used to keep blood from clotting. Roi (From Wassabi Productions) took the cinnamon challenge on his new channel – Guava Juice. (Researchers say too much cinnamon can also scar a person's lungs.). Samuel Paty​ was murdered in the street outside his school, sparking outrage and rallies supporting freedom of expression in France. Since the early 2000s, the game has become well known for its extreme difficulty and thousands of videos with people attempting the challenge have been uploaded onto YouTube . Sometimes those performing the stunt may gag, choke or cough and accidentally exhale the cinnamon through their noses, coating th… the American Association of Poison Control Centers, How Americans feel about taking a potential COVID-19 vaccine, El Paso imposes curfew as virus cases overwhelm hospitals, Spain orders nationwide curfew amid virus resurgence, Italy announces restrictions in renewed fight against coronavirus. Though this was no cinnamon challenge, Brianna says her son's death should be a caution to those attempting to swallow a dry spoonful of cinnamon powder. Michelle Castillo is an associate editor for CBSNews.com. A heat wave helped fuel a ferocious spate of fires, costing people their homes and so much more. Cinnamon also contains an essential oil called cinnamal, which can act as an allergen in a fair amount of people. Cinnamon is made up of cellulose which can't properly break down in the body. This effect of cinnamon played out with tragic results when a 4-year-old Kentucky boy died in June 2015 after unknowingly ingesting cinnamon powder: A common household ingredient led to the death of a 4-year-old after he climbed kitchen counters and got his hands on it. Granted, this is just a component of cinnamon used in concentration, but still, this demure seasoning clearly has a wicked side. But you still have to breathe, and this is what makes the challenge potentially harmful: Panic transmogrifies your breaths into gasps.