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Magic effect of honey and cinnamon

Updated on February 15, 2017

Honey and cinnamon even if they have a completely separate use of its healing powers, mixture of honey and cinnamon has elements of health elixir of immortality. It has always been soul food, the bliss of the spirit and the heavenly gift.

Here's what Scientists say:

People used to be believe that honey and cinnamon can be used as a mixture to restore sight to the blind, or even revive the dead. If it does not, it certainly preserves the health, gives vigor, youth and fertility. For Eastern nations honey and cinnamon are considered like the most beneficial gift of nature and the elixir for centuries used to treat almost all diseases and mental conditions. There is a belief that a man who takes honey at least several times a month, can not be sick.

Scientific studies, show that honey and cinnamon combined have tremendous healing powers, such as regeneration of the body, increasing the body's resistance and beauty. Certainly it has been established that honey and cinnamon have a beneficial effect on the whole body, making it more vital and powerful, and the latest statistics confirm that essentially extends human life.

What is Cinnamon?

Cinnamon, from the bark of cinnamon trees (Cinammomum zeylanicum), grows in Asia, and it’s used as a spice. Chinese Pharmacopoeia, couldn’t conceive without these medicinal plants. Cinnamon bark is used for the treatment of colds, coughs, stomach cramps, problems with welding, mental health problems and toning the body, and the essential oils from the leaves of this plant are used for the treatment of rheumatism and poor circulation, cellulite, stomach problems, infections, colitis and it prevents gluing platelets.

The rule of cinnamon miraculous wine with just a drop was enough for body paint on gold color, and mixed with the brain of the turtle gets magical powers, and the one who drinks it can walk on water.

Below are the recipes for the most beneficial treatment with honey and cinnamon, published by prominent Canadian scientific magazine Weekly World News.

To boost immunity

Honey and cinnamon used as a mixture with regular use will strengthen the immune system and effectively protect the body from viruses and bacteria.


Use of honey strengthens the white blood granules in fight against brother grief, a combination of cinnamon with honey promotes the digestion.

For long life

Hunza tribe enjoys the daily use of tea of ​​cinnamon and honey, they experience the ripe old age and at the same time, remain vigorous and vital, and this is the combination – scientists say that slowing the aging process, extending the life span and the skin makes this connection.

The recipe is: one tablespoon of cinnamon and four tablespoons of honey boil in one cup of water. Divide into four parts and drink during the day (four times daily).

Bone cancer, and stomach

Studies in Japan confirmed that a mixture of honey and cinnamon successfully treat bone cancer and stomach.

This requires taking a daily mix one tablespoon of honey and one teaspoon of cinnamon, one month, three times a day.


Morning and evening, take one cup of hot water and put one teaspoon of cinnamon and two tablespoons of honey. Long-term therapy may lead to cure even chronic arthritis!


In hot olive oil, put one tablespoon of honey and one small teaspoon of cinnamon. This mixture rub into the roots of hair and leave it for fifteen minutes. In a few days it will strengthen the hair root and hair will stop falling!

Peeve cholesterol

Mix three teaspoons of cinnamon and two tablespoons of honey in 4 dl of tea (preferably green tea). Drink three times a day. Two hours after first taking, blood cholesterol will reduce and after long term use it’s possible for total healing!


Regular use of honey and cinnamon, reduces the possibility of colds and bladder infections.

In one tablespoon warm honey mix a quarter cinnamon teaspoons. Taken three times a day for three days, cold will disappear. This way, it can even successfully clear sinuses and leaflets chronic cough.

Bladder infection

Mix two tablespoons of cinnamon and a teaspoon of honey in 2 ml of warm water and drink it.This mixture will clean the bladder and destroy bacteria.

Heart, nervousness, and stomachache

Honey and cinnamon for breakfast. If you regularly eat for breakfast bread smeared with a mixture of equal parts of cinnamon and honey will have a beneficial effect on the nervous system, stomach aches, stomach ulcers and gas.

Against fatigue

½ tablespoon of honey and a quarter teaspoon cinnamon, whisk in 2 ml of water. Drink on an empty stomach in the morning and in the afternoon during the week. During this time it will restore the body strength and vitality.

Pimples and skin infections

It has been proved that honey and cinnamon can prevent and stop the creation of lichen, eczema, blackheads and similar infections of the skin, if the person regularly treat with a mixture of equal parts of honey and cinnamon.

Antiblocking acne by mixing the three tablespoons of honey and one teaspoon of cinnamon. Appliy to the affected parts every evening before sleep.


Implicated one tablespoon of cinnamon and one tablespoon of warm water and gargle every morning.

Hearing correction

To fix hearing, every morning and every evening, take a mixture of equal parts of honey and cinnamon.


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    • Balkana profile imageAUTHOR

      Marina Ivankovic 

      4 years ago from Serbia

      However you want :)

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      4 years ago

      Can I tke dis mixture lifelong

      or for sum duration??

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      Leona J Atkinson 

      5 years ago from Oregon, USA

      This is awesome information that I am certainly going to try. I had heard of it before but had forgotten. Just recently I have been sick with a bad cold/flu and had been looking for ways to boost my immunity. This Hub seems to be an answer to prayer right now! Blessings.


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