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Natural Cures With Honey And Cinnamon

Updated on November 24, 2017

Recipe For Long Life

Use honey and cinnamon powder accordingly;

4 Teaspoons of Honey

1 Teaspoon of Cinnamon Powder

3 Cups of Water

Boil to make a tea, drink 1/4 cup 3x a day. Benefits: keeps your skin soft and supple from the inside out. Also helps to prolong lifespan.


Recipe For Bladder Infections

(This is not a replacement for not going to the doctor. It is an addition to promote faster healing, and/or prevent infections.)

2 tablespoons cinnamon powder

1 Teaspoon of honey in a glass of lukewarm water

Drink, doing so helps kill germs in the bladder and expel them.

Skin Infections

Apply honey and cinnamon powder in equal part on wound, also helps heal eczema.





Source

Natural Breath Freshener

1 Teaspoon of honey

1 Teaspoon of cinnamon powder

Mix in a half a glass of warm water, gargle with mixture. Notice how long your breathe will stay fresher versus using a commercialize product.

Indigestion

With the holidays just a couple of weeks away this one may help those who overdo it at the dinner table. To help digest meals a little cinnamon powder on 2 tablespoons of honey will help with indigestion.

Help For The Common Cold

Cinnamon and Honey for Colds

Use 1 tablespoon of warm honey, mix in 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon powder. Within three days noticeable results should occur. Also helps to soothe bad coughs that accompany colds. If you suffer with bad sinuses this remedy will help to improve your trouble with sinus ills.

Immune System And Cancer

Continuous use of honey will help to strengthen the immune system. To fight off bacteria and viral attacks. For stomach and bone cancer use:

1 tablespoon of honey

1 teaspoon of cinnamon powder for one month 3x a day

Any of the above remedies are not to be used in place of seeking the consultation of your physician.


© 2011 Adrienne F Manson

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  • adrienne2 profile imageAUTHOR

    Adrienne F Manson 

    3 years ago from Atlanta

    Hi poetryman, I have heard of bee stinging, and I have watched a few documentaries of how it has helped some people. I would not be able to stand the pain. I have been stung by a bee before, and that type of pain I could not do to myself on purpose.

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    poetryman6969 

    3 years ago

    I have heard that honey and cinnamon are good for you.

    What do you think of bee therapy wherein you let the bees sting you on purpose?

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    Shasta Matova 

    6 years ago from USA

    Who knew that things that tasted good would be good for you. Sounds great!

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    Marisa Hammond Olivares 

    6 years ago from Texas

    You had me at honey and cinnamon tea mmmmmm

    This is another great hub adrienne2. I LOVE cinnamon - especially this time of year. Cinnamon has MANY benefits.

    Thank you for sharing - voted up!

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    Amber Allen 

    6 years ago

    Hi adrienne2

    Natural cures taste so much nicer! Cinnamon is also supposed to help control blood sugar and cholesterol.

    Amber:)

  • adrienne2 profile imageAUTHOR

    Adrienne F Manson 

    6 years ago from Atlanta

    Thank you seedplanter for giving my hub a read, my aunt is diabetic she's a cinnamon and honey missionary..lol

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    seedplanter 

    6 years ago

    I did a lot of reading about cinnamon last year, after I'd heard that it helps diabetics. I am married to a diabetic. Love your honey/cinnamon tea!

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    prasetio30 

    6 years ago from malang-indonesia

    You have valuable information. Very inspiring. I love all recipes here and I'll bookmarked this one. Thanks my friend for writing and share with us. Vote up and useful.

    Prasetio

  • adrienne2 profile imageAUTHOR

    Adrienne F Manson 

    6 years ago from Atlanta

    Thanks writingfrosh, and anglnwn yes I did hear the same about it being good for arthritis. I started to include that as well, thanks for mentioning it here. Appreciate your comments.

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    writingfrosh 

    6 years ago from Philippines

    I have also read that cinnamon + honey dissolved in warm water is good for arthritis.

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    anglnwu 

    6 years ago

    Honey and cinnamon combo seems to work wonders for so many different things. I love cinnamom, so it's good to know. Thanks.

  • adrienne2 profile imageAUTHOR

    Adrienne F Manson 

    6 years ago from Atlanta

    Your welcome Laura. Wow you get your honey fresh from the beekeeper himself that's great. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment.

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    Loquacious Laura 

    6 years ago

    Thanks for the tips. I buy honey from a local beekeeper and it is a staple around here. I didn't know it had such good uses. Thanks again.

  • adrienne2 profile imageAUTHOR

    Adrienne F Manson 

    6 years ago from Atlanta

    A repost of what? First time I did a hub on cinnamon and honey. As stated in the hub the source is from the Royal Group, maybe that's where you saw something like it before.

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    Angel709 

    6 years ago from midwest

    Is this a re-post? I read one like this very similar if not exact. Either way, a good hub as I both the honey and cinnamon the next day...think i'll go make a cup now! :-), voted up.

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