They Say That Honey with Cinnamon Is Good For You, But Here’s What They Are Not Telling You!

Chinese people have used the combination of honey and cinnamon as an ancient and traditional remedy for centuries. They know that these two ingredients combined have a long history in the medicine systems.

The two anti-microbial foods that actually have the possibility of stopping the growth of bacteria and fungi are the essential cinnamon oil and the enzyme which produces hydrogen peroxide (mostly found in honey). They are not used just for flavoring drinks and drugs, also as a means for embalming and as an alternative to traditional preservatives due to their effective antimicrobial properties.

It is known that honey and cinnamon are a very healthy combination, but do you know what they actually heal?

  • Heart disease

Make a paste of honey powder of honey and cinnamon, then spread it on bread and eat it for breakfast, regularly. This can prevent a heart attack by reducing the level of cholesterol.

  • Arthritis

In a glass full of hot water put two tablespoons of honey and one teaspoon of cinnamon powder. Drink it two times a day, for example in the morning and in the evening. With this regular habit you can cure chronic arthritis.

  • Gallbladder infection

In a glass of warm water mix two tablespoons of cinnamon powder and one teaspoon of honey. Drink it every day. This will destroy microbes in the gall bladder.

  • Cholesterol

Mix three teaspoons of cinnamon and two tablespoons of honey in a large cup of tea. Drink this tea regularly and your cholesterol levels will immediately reduce by 10% within 2 hours.

  • Cold

If you get colds often, take one tablespoon of honey and 1/4 tablespoon of cinnamon. Take this mixture for 3 days straight. This cures sinus congestion, common cold, and chronic cough.

  • Stomach pain

The regular consumption of honey and cinnamon is known to cure stomach pain.

  • The immune system

If you take honey and cinnamon powder on a daily basis, your immune system will be a lot better and protected from bacteria and viruses.

  • Flu