5 Powerful Benefits Of Honey & Cinnamon

1. Fights Cold And Flu

Both Cinnamon and Honey have long been used to fight the common cold. Honey provides immunity support boosting recovery of the common cold. Both together have also shown to effectively clear phlegm from the chest even relieving cough. Those suffering from severe colds and cough should take a quarter teaspoon of cinnamon mixed with a tablespoon of honey twice times a day.

2. Heals Wounds

When combined together, a mixture of cinnamon and honey can heal wounds and various skin infections. The anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties in cinnamon help the body fight infections and inflammation. Honey inhibits bacterial growth which further speeds up wound healing. Mix a few drops of Cinnamon Oil with a spoon of honey and apply to infected areas for best results.

3. Improves Heart Health

Cinnamon and Honey combination has been shown to help blockages in blood vessels while decreasing the likelihood of a heart attack. This combination revitalizes the veins and arteries. Cinnamon and Honey can be used in a variety of ways for the heart. One easy way is to combine honey and cinnamon powder and apply it to bread. Consume this at least thrice for breakfast.

4. Combats Allergies

Cinnamon has essential oils that help cure various allergies. Honey is rich in pollen which can boost your immune system and helps build tolerance against these allergies and naturally fight them. When two of them are consumed together, they boost the immune system of the body which then has the power to fend off various allergies.

5. Relieves Arthritic Pain

Arthritis is a chronic inflammation of the one or more joints that causes pain, stiffness and gets worse with age. The mixture of cinnamon and honey can be applied either in a powdered form or a paste form to the painful area and massaged into the skin. Mixing honey and cinnamon in a warm cup of water and drinking it on a regular basis also relieves arthritic symptoms.

 
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