How to use Honey and cinnamon for health

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Honey and Cinnamon
Honey and Cinnamon

For thousands of years honey has been used to treat a variety of maladies. Honey has been recently scientifically proven to improve or cure several ailments. Mixing honey with cinnamon powder has even more powerful health benefits.

Things You'll Need

  • Raw Honey
  • Cinnamon powder

Go to your neighborhood health store and buy honey and cinnamon powder. Make sure to buy cinnamon powder that has no added sugar.

Fatigue: in the afternoon drink one-half tablespoon of honey in a glass of water. Sprinkle with cinnamon powder and drink. You should feel increased energy within a week.

Pain relief: Mix three tablespoons of honey in boiling water. Let cool and drink. Honey has natural pain reducing properties.

Coughs: Boil a whole lemon slowly for 10 minutes. Let cool then cut the lemon in half. Squeeze the juice into a small four ounce glass. Add two Tablespoons of glycerine and fill the remaining glass with honey. Take one teaspoon during the day. Stir with spoon before taking. If you have a night-time cough, take one teaspoon right before going to sleep. Then take another one during the night. If your cough is severe, take every four hours. This recipe is from the book, Folk Medicine, by DC Jarvis.

Hangovers: Eat honey on toast or crackers. Honey will help flush out the alcohol in your system.

Arthritis: Take honey in the morning and at night. Boil one cup of water and add two tablespoons of honey. Sprinkle one teaspoon of cinnamon powder on top of the water. Let cool and drink.

Bladder infections: Mix one teaspoon of honey and two tablespoons of cinnamon powder in a glass of lukewarm water. Drink it and the honey will destroy the germs in your bladder. i

Infertility: Men should take two tablespoons of honey before bed each night.

Acne: Mix three teaspoons of honey and one teaspoon of cinnamon powder. Make a paste and put on pimples.

Tips & Warnings

  • It's best to buy honey at your local Farmer's Market.
  • Buy RAW or UNPASTEURIZED honey.
  • Never give honey to an infant less than twelve months old.

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