Cinnamon with honey for healing: how to make it

Cinnamon with honey for healing

Preparation of the recipe: 1 min
For: 1 jar of cinnamon honey

Overview:

Like turmeric honey, cinnamon honey is a natural remedy that has always been used in traditional medicine, particularly in Ayurvedic medicine, but also in many traditional medicines. Indeed, its incredible action results from the interaction of two products at the top of natural remedies:

Cinnamon: called “poor man’s insulin”, princess of Ayurvedic medicine, the best hope for a cure for diabetes, cholesterol and other diseases, in short, one of the best health foods there is.

Honey: remedy against all ills in prophetic Muslim medicine, one of the best natural antibiotics, it has always been used for healing, and yet science is still discovering new uses of honey for healing.

Of course, no remedy or natural treatment will replace the informed advice of a doctor, consult him before embarking on a cure.

Cinnamon with honey for healing: how to make it

The health benefits of cinnamon honey

Combining cinnamon and honey is a way to increase their health benefits. Read on to find out about the health benefits of cinnamon.

Honey with cinnamon helps you lose weight. We are talking about only one teaspoon per day, of course, if you put on the pot of honey it will not help you!

Honey with cinnamon speeds up the metabolism burns the body’s sugars while reducing stress and anxiety with its calming and relaxing effects. Also, cinnamon helps reduce blood sugar and cholesterol in the blood.

As a result, it strengthens the heart, regulates the heart rate and reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease (infarction, heart attack, stroke, etc.). It revitalizes the arteries and veins which lose their flexibility and become blocked as they age.

Cinnamon mixed with honey helps boost your immune system. Both products are recognized as amazing natural antibiotics! Besides, with their warming properties, this spicy honey helps prevent and cure all winter ailments and illnesses caused by viruses or bacteria (flu and colds).

Its antibiotic properties, associated with its anti-inflammatory properties, can effectively treat sore throats. Use it to cure pharyngitis, tonsillitis, tonsillitis, bronchitis, aphonia, dysphonia, etc.

Blend of two natural products with exceptional anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, honey with cinnamon helps relieve, and even treat long-term pain associated with rheumatism, arthritis, arthritis, and other degenerative diseases.

A study from the University of Copenhagen showed that with a tablespoon of honey and a 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon powder per day, 36% of patients feel relief after a week and the almost all of the patients after one month.

Its anti-inflammatory properties provide relief from toothache when applied externally.

Honey with cinnamon is a great aphrodisiac. Indeed, both products can stimulate the libido of men and women!

This mixture helps stimulate digestion, and fight against all digestive problems: bloating, cramps, constipation, gastric acidity, etc.

It is a tonic mixture that helps fight against states of fatigue by giving energy and revitalizing the body, but also to relieve states of anxiety, stress and insomnia, especially in combination with lemon.

A study on the elderly showed that taking 1/2 tablespoon of honey and 1 teaspoon of powdered cinnamon made older people more alert and more flexible, with results after a week. of cure.

Its excellent antioxidant properties help to improve general health, by fighting against free radicals which directly attack the DNA of cells and cause them to age prematurely.

It helps fight against urinary tract infections. Indeed, 2 tablespoons of powdered cinnamon and 1 teaspoon of honey in a glass of lukewarm water can destroy germs in the bladder.

Honey with cinnamon helps fight bad breath. You will have noticed the appearance of many chewing gum with cinnamon, even those with mint, it is not for nothing!

It is an ideal remedy for skin problems: acne, pimples, blackheads, eczema, etc. Honey has been used as a healing mask since the beginning of time and cinnamon is known for its antioxidant properties. In addition to repairing skin damage, it contributes to the general health of the skin.

Its healing properties are beneficial in relieving stomach ulcers. It seems that a hair mask with honey and cinnamon helps fight against hair loss (baldness).

What products should I use?

There is honey and honey, just as there are cinnamon.

Honey :
We recommend using organic honey, produced by a small local producer, this is the best way to be sure of the quality of the honey. Indeed, many kinds of honey sold in supermarkets and on the internet is mixed with sugar, which, in addition to diluting the virtues of honey, adds the harmful effects of sugar on health.

We also recommend using raw honey that has not been cooked at high temperatures. It is a common practice to keep honey liquid without hardening.

Cinnamon:
The big question when using cinnamon is: which one to choose? Indeed, there are two varieties, which come from the bark of two very similar but different tree species:

•Cinnamomum Verum, known as Ceylon cinnamon, also known as real cinnamon,
•Cinnamomum aromaticum or Cinnamomum cassia said cinnamon from Indonesia or China, also called false cinnamon.

Let’s be clear: when it comes to lowering blood sugar and cholesterol, variety doesn’t matter, they have the same effect. That said, for long term use, we still recommend Ceylon cinnamon.

The recipe for honey with cinnamon:

Ingredients:

1 tablespoon of Ceylon cinnamon
2 tablespoons of honey

Preparation:
-Combine honey and cinnamon. You can add a little more honey if the consistency is too thick, but not too much either, the cinnamon honey should be thick enough.

-Then pour the spicy mixture into a jar with a stopper and keep it in a cool, dark place.
Honey with cinnamon does not go bad, you can prepare it in advance and consume it for a long time.

How to take this remedy?

Some say the classic dosage is one tablespoon per day, 1 teaspoon for children. Seems like a lot to me, I’d rather say a big teaspoon for adults, 1/2 teaspoon for kids.

These are two pleasant ingredients to eat if you like them, so you can eat this dose directly in the morning on an empty stomach.

For those who don’t like to eat it straight away, you can dilute cinnamon honey in a drink: in water, fruit juice, milk, tea, coffee, in yoghurt.

To make a mouthwash, to have good breath, dilute a teaspoon of cinnamon and honey in a glass of water and rinse your mouth with it.

To make a mask for the skin, mix 3 doses of honey with 1 dose of cinnamon powder, and apply this treatment to pimples or blackheads before sleeping. The next day, rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water. Repeat the treatment every day for 2 weeks, until the imperfections disappear.

Do not use it in your kitchen, as the heat will reduce its effect on the body.

Precautions:

We recommend that you always seek the advice of your doctor before starting any treatment or cure, as natural products can cause an interaction with certain drugs.

Excessive consumption of cinnamon can cause side effects: increased heart rate increased blood pressure and palpitations.

If using Indonesian cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia), do not exceed 1/2 teaspoon per day. The coumarin present in this variety is an anticoagulant, be careful if you are on anticoagulant treatment.

Rarer, coumarin, in large amounts and over long term consumption can cause liver damage.

Excessive consumption of honey (more than 10 tablespoons per day!) Can cause stomach cramps, constipation, diarrhoea, bloating, high blood sugar levels and low blood pressure.

This cinnamon honey is not recommended for children under 2 years old and pregnant women, not as a contraindication, but as a precautionary principle.

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