Scientists, doctors and other experts have repeatedly confirmed the benefits of regular consumption of honey in combination with cinnamon, as a powerful weapon in the fight against many diseases.
More than 4000 years ago, honey was used as a traditional remedy for almost every illness. The Egyptians used it to treat wounds, the Greeks for a long life, and the Indians to establish balanced life. Modern medicine shows that all of them are true.
Besides the honey, cinnamon is also considered to be beneficial since ancient times. Cinnamon was also considered as a suitable gift for the monks because they used it in the treatment of many diseases.
Here are some of the combinations of these powerful natural ingredients that can be used in the treatment of certain diseases, including chronic ones such as arthritis.
Reducing cholesterol level
Add two tablespoons of honey and three teaspoons of cinnamon in a large cup of tea. By consuming this mixture the cholesterol level will be reduced by 10% within two hours.
In the morning, instead of marmalade or jam, put a little honey and cinnamon on a piece of bread. If you regularly consume this combination, it will help in reducing blood cholesterol level and prevent the possibility of getting a heart attack.
In a cup with boiling water, mix two tablespoons of honey and a tablespoon of cinnamon. Drink this beverage in the morning and in the evening. With regular usage, this drink will help in the treatment of chronic arthritis.
If you suffer from gallbladder infection, you can use the above-mentioned mixture, but this time change the amount of honey and cinnamon. In a cup with boiling water, put two teaspoons of cinnamon and a large tablespoon of honey.
If you have problems with frequent colds, make a mixture of one tablespoon of honey and ¼ teaspoon of cinnamon. This habit will help in the treatment of colds, chronic cough, and nasal congestion.
Strengthens the immune system
It is advisable to consume these foods every day. They naturally protect the body from bacteria and viruses.