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The Cure in the Kitchen: Honey and Cinnamon can Cure Cancer and Arthritis


(NaturalNews) Honey and cinnamon is useful toward healing cancer and arthritis. Is this a stretch, a rumor, or what? Not according to a January 17, 1995 issue of Canadian magazine Weekly World News. It listed honey and cinnamon's cancer and arthritis healing as clinically proven and recognized it as valid, even 'Ram-Ban' (effective and safe), for several health issues including cancer and arthritis.

Honey for Healing Has a Long History

Probably the oldest form of medicine still in existence throughout the world, Ayurveda, has known about the combination of honey and cinnamon for curing or treating many diseases throughout its 5,000 year history. Often honey is prescribed by itself or with other herbs as an adjunct to carry the herb`s healing properties deep into tissues and cells. (...)

So What About Cinnamon?

There's more to cinnamon than sprinkling it on deserts and holiday beverages for a taste topper. It is recognized as a glucose regulator to even out sugar spikes. It's so good at this that it helps those with Type 2 diabetes maintain steady blood sugar levels. (...)

Combining Honey and Cinnamon

Research in Japan and Australia has shown the combination of honey as at least an effective adjunct for treating some cancers, perhaps even a cure. A Copenhagen study proved that even extreme cases of arthritis were significantly improved with a daily dose of honey and cinnamon.

The dosage for the cancer patients was one teaspoon of cinnamon with one tablespoon of honey three times a day, while the dosage in Copenhagen was a half teaspoon of cinnamon with a tablespoon of honey.


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