Natural Cures Using Cinnamon and Honey

| Modified on Apr 23, 2021
High Blood Sugar
Posted by Cf Sista (United States) on 04/24/2015
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There is no danger in cinnamon! I am beyond convinced that it has extremely curative properties. My husband is a type 2 diabetic. His doctor initially prescribed Metformin for him to take, but we couldn't afford the co-pay ($300!! ), so he felt compelled to seek out a more natural, alternative method to lowering his blood sugar. He began taking organic Ceylon cinnamon along with a bit of a change in diet this week. His fasting blood sugar Monday, April 20,2015 was about 358. Today, which is Friday, April 24,2015, his fasting blood sugar was down to 236! Yes, there is still room for improvement, but that's a whopping 122-point drop within 4-5 days! POW! Cinnamon works! I will be trying the cinnamon-honey one-two combo for my issues with UTI. I'll let ya know how well it works for me!

High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol
Posted by Brad Root (Medina Ohio Usa) on 03/22/2015

What is your detox routine that uses the Chinese cinnamon and honey?

High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol
Posted by Scott (Wisconsin) on 03/10/2015

Could you describe this protocol please?

High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol
Posted by Kyle Omaolain (Gambia, West Africa) on 02/18/2015
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I use cinnamon (Chinese) and honey in a natural medicine protocol to treat high Blood pressure and High cholesterol level. It is part of a 35 day detox prog and I have a one hundred percent success rate. At the end of the period, every patient treated has been within the stated NORMAL levels. This includes blood sugar also. But I use Chinese cinnamon and only this.... as I was recommend to me by a former herbalist from Malaysia.

Posted by Juanita (Nebraska) on 06/17/2014

I am wondering if you filter the tea after brewing with the cinnamon or do you need to drink the "sludge" to get the full benefit?

Posted by Liz (Boston, Massachusetts) on 09/19/2013

Raw honey is honey that unheated, unpasteurized and unprocessed. Its consistency is much thicker than processed honey. (It doesn't pour from its container - you have to spoon it out.)

Regarding whether or not you could heat it - you could, but it would lose most of its nutrients and living enzymes, which rather defeats the purpose of buying raw honey vs. Processed honey in the first place, right? :)

Posted by Tilla (South Africa) on 09/19/2013

I please want to know what is raw honey and if you can heat up honey? Thanks.

Posted by Mufon (Houghton Lake, Mi) on 04/24/2013

What about eating organic ceylon cinnamon mixed with organic raw honey? I just got mine today and mixed it together (1 tbsp honey, 1 tsp cinnamon) and ate it just by itself mixed together. Is it ok to eat it like this everyday?

Weight Loss
Posted by Coregon (San Diego, Ca) on 01/16/2013

Honey/cinnamon weight loss remedy really works, but there are a few things that need cleared up. I have read so many posts about "cinnamon" causing liver damage. Just to be clear, the normal "cinnamon" people have in their kitchen cupboards is NOT true cinnamon, it is from the Cassia plant, which contains coumarin, which IS toxic to the liver if taken daily in larger amounts than normal. (baking with it occasionally won't hurt you. ) The true cinnamon is CEYLON Cinnamon. It will not damage the liver. It can be found in health stores or I have found it on Amazon. True cinnamon is what you want for the honey cinnamon cures. It has an amazing flavor too, you won't want the other kind after you have tasted it! Also be sure you don't pour BOILING water over your honey/cinnamon as the heat will destroy the benefits of the raw honey. Warm to medium hot water is better. If you find you don't have time to make this, you can make a large batch of the honey/cinnamon/water and keep in a pitcher in fridge, drinking it cold is fine also.

Found the below at

"What true cinnamon and cassia do not have in common is their coumarin content. Coumarins are naturally occurring plant components that can have strong anticoagulant properties. Because our blood needs to maintain its ability to coagulate in times of injury, excessive intake of coumarins over a prolonged period of time can pose health risks. While the level of naturally occurring coumarins in Ceylon cinnamon appears to be very small and lower than the amount that could cause health risks, the level of naturally occurring coumarins in the cassia cinnamons appears to be higher and may pose a risk to some individuals if consumed in substantial amounts on a regular basis. For this reason, organizations like the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment in Berlin, Germany have recommended that large amounts of the cassia cinnamons be avoided."


NOTE: Although cassia (grocery store cinnamon) has more blood thinning coumarin in it, true cinnamon (Ceylon) also contains very small amounts of coumarin. Just to be safe, you might want to discontinue the use of both kinds of cinnamons, if you are taking it regularly, if you have surgery or dental work coming up, or if you are on blood thinning medications.

Weight Loss
Posted by Rain (Whakatane, Bay Of Plenty, New Zealand) on 07/04/2012

Hi All, Im from NZ - I am going to give this a try it may help my low self esteem, I`ll definitely post back here if I know this works and I can feel and notice it. Im quite heavy and carry my body weight around my belly - "yes I know" its an area women have problems with here in nz alot of it caused through having too many children and NOT stopping, never getting the time to do pelvic floor exercises.. So keep an eye out :)

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Citygirl27 (Richardson, Tx, Usa) on 06/20/2012

There was a recent fad of taking whole spoonfulls of cinnamon powder. THAT will damage your liver and cause problems. Taking a teaspoon at a time in some water or ACV should not cause those problems. While there may be some truth in a quality difference in cinnamon being from different places in the world, the warnings on the internet are from when a lot of kids got sick/ER etc from eating gobs of cinnamon dry and undiluted. Look up "cinnamon challenge" on any news site and it will probably have an article from earlier this year on it. That is why there are cinnamon warnings, not from people using it holistically.

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Arher (Bangkok, Thailand) on 01/07/2012

The better way to avoid Coumarin is select only cinnamon from Ceylon. As I know the 'Coumarin' in cinnamon only from Cinnamomum cassia Presl Spicy =Lauraceae(Cortex Cinnamomi) Cassia Bark (The State Pharmacopoeia Commission of P. R. China. Pharmacopoeia of the People's Republic of China. Vol. I. English Edition. Beijing: People's Medical Publishing House, 2005.)

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Ji (Nobody's Business, Quebec) on 12/22/2011

Ehmmm, Coumarin can be neutralized with vitamin K.

Blood Thinner
Posted by Lafeeverte (London, Uk) on 12/11/2011
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Hi there,

I understand that the use of cinnamon before the taking of the beet juice will have a postive impact on the blood sugar impact of the beets as they are very sweet. Cinnamon is a known reducer of the glycaemic index of a meal.

At 4gms a meal i.e. 1 1/2 teaspsoons, it can reduce not only blood glucose but aslo LDL cholesterol and triglycerides.

However it is a VERY POTENT blood thinner and some cinnamon in Europe carries warnings because of this.

I have read that one shouldn't exceed more than 1 1/2 teasps a day because of the blood thinning issues and the Beet protocol requires more than this.

Has anyone any thoughts or experience with this? I think it's very important for those on blood thinning meds.

Love and blessings

Weight Loss
Posted by Legs Dickson (Washington, Dc, District Of Columbia, Usa) on 10/29/2011

With regard to the cinnamon and honey weight loss and heart disease cure protocol, you should be advised that the honey that is used should be RAW ORGANIC honey as regular honey is processed and pasteurized to the extent that most nutrients and enzymes are destroyed. Also, bear in mind that there are two sources of cinnamon - the cheaper variety can adversely affect the liver if taken in sufficient quantities over a long period of time, so it is usually recommended to use Ceylon cinnamon, which is a little more expensive, but will not have the same effect on the liver that the cheaper varieties will have. So, to repeat: use Raw Organic Honey with Ceylon Cinnamon for this weight loss protocol and you will not adversely affect your liver.

This information was derived from extensive research into honey and cinnamon as natural remedies for heart disease and for weight loss. I did not record the citations for the information, but it is researchable by anyone who wishes to verify.

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Francisca (Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France) on 07/16/2011

Oh my, Jay..... You know very well what I meant! Which is, that whatever you eat, drink, has to be in moderation or else it might still hurt you! Common sense, really.... Therefore it is sensible to eat a variaty of foods, not only focus on one or two that might indeed be very good for you but they cease to be if you eat them the whole time! Actually.... why am I even explaining this? Who talked about smoking? Come on....

Sorry I don't remember where I read about the carrot juice but I did a short while ago. No one is saying that you shouldn't drink it ever but the thing is maybe be careful with the amount! Anyway, my approach nowadays is exactly as I said: Everything can be good for you or bad for you depending on the approach (and no, I don't mean smoking, as I don't mean taking any kind of poison, or toxic chemicals.... sorry but no, I don't mean that! ).

Anyway, try drinking too much carrot juice and you will turn orange! Years ago a man died doing exactly that, far too much carrot juice!

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Jay (Toronto, Ont, Canada) on 07/16/2011

To Francisca from Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France who wrote "..... be careful with too much carrot juice as well, they seem to help develop certain forms of cancer, at least that is what I read..... One almost comes to the conclusion that everything is bad for you! Maybe the truth is that everything in moderation is good for you.

Francisca, where did you read that carrot juice helps develop cancer? There are several alternative medicine treatments that use carrot juice as part of their protocol to treat and even cure cancer. Gerson Therapy is one that comes to mind

Be careful with using the phrase "everything in moderation is good for you". Doctors recommended moderate cigarette smoking in the 1930's for people with anxiety issues.

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Francisca (Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France) on 07/16/2011

Hi Charlie, be careful with too much carrot juice as well, they seem to help develop certain forms of cancer, at least that is what I read..... One almost comes to the conclusion that everything is bad for you! Maybe the truth is that everything in moderation is good for you and also food that is properly grown, not the type full of chemicals!

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Gavin (Manganui, Northland, New Zealand) on 07/15/2011

Yes only use Cinnamon from Srilanka. The Cinnamon from the Philippines has the stuff that does the liver damage. Ok in small amounts but not good in large amounts.

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Charlie (Marion, Indiana) on 07/15/2011




Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Mayallen (Dublin, Ireland) on 05/25/2011
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If you are going to use Cinnamon, make sure it is pure Ceylon Cinnamon, and not Cassia which contains 5 % Coumarin, a toxin that is very harmful to the liver and kidneys. Ceylon Cinnamon only has .05% Coumarin. The Cinnamon you purchase in the stores or Supermarkets has little or no curative properties... I had to send away to Sri Lanka to get the TRUE CINNAMON Good Health...

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Chloe (East Greenwich, Ri) on 03/05/2011

Here is what I found on Wikipedia regarding the toxicity of *Cassia*. As you can see, the most popular type, CINNOMUM BURMANII. which I get in bulk from Starwest Botanicals, is very low in essential oils, and therefore you should not worry about this liver damage scare:

innamomum burmannii, also known as Indonesian Cinnamon, Padang Cassia, or Korintje, is one of several plants in the genus Cinnamomum whose bark are sold as the spice cinnamon[1]. The spice is the least expensive of the three common forms of cinnamon as it has the lowest essential oil content. The most common and cheapest type of cinnamon in the US is made from powdered Cinnamomum burmannii. As a result of the low oil content, Cinnamomum burmannii may have less of the mildly toxic substance coumarin than does C. cassia[2].

Posted by Lily (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia) on 03/01/2011

Hi Emma, I think it would be effective to have the honey and cinnamon on toast, I just think the folks who wrote the posts that suggest making a drink out of it are quite happy with that, but if you are not then put it in food. Cheers Lily.

Posted by Emma (London, Uk) on 02/27/2011

Why is it a problem eating it with food?? I tried drinking it and it was disgusting, but I don't mind it on toast. Is it not as effective if eaten with toast?????

Posted by Angelealaahnaan (Fl, Usa) on 10/29/2010

Cinnamon/raw honey has done for my whole body I have been only taking it for 2 months and my skin complexion has improve, my hair is fuller, I very active now. I get it from vita cost its already made and the price is very reasonable that I brought 4 jars at once sometime I spread it on my toast in the morning and the kids love it instead of pnj they rather have cinna/honey plus its good for them its all natural.

Weight Loss
Posted by Andromeda (La, Usa) on 08/15/2010

Does The Cinnamon and raw honey have to be separate.. They have some that has RAW Honey and Cinnamon mix in 1 jar do you think it will do the same job on making weight lost?

Weight Loss
Posted by Charlie (New Bethlehem, , Pennsylvania, Allegheny) on 07/30/2010

I just got the e-mail on the cinnamon and honey cures and I haven't tried it yet. But my advice to you is not to drop your meds without your doctor's input. That may be
dangerous to you. Use some cinnamon but don't over do it. I'm going to do this thing myself but cautiously for a while. Sorry about butting in. Charlie

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Tamara (Fort Collins, Colorado) on 04/14/2010

I just wanted to add my two cents about the cinnamon during the mini beet protocol. Besides containing coumarins (and the amount is dependent on which type of cinnamon you're using), cinnamon helps to regulate blood sugar levels. So, when Robert advises you to start the cinnamon about 15 minutes before drinking the beet juice, he is trying to help you control the blood sugar and insulin response your body will have when drinking a juice made from beets. Beets, as everyone knows, are root vegetables and root veggies have a high sugar content (think potatoes, carrots, etc.) Then, by eating the carrots and apples immediately afterwards, you won't feel the detox effects as much because the fiber from the carrots and apples helps to eleviate and slow down that insulin response once more. So cinnamon plus fiber equals less blood sugar side effects from drinking the highly concentrated (but very effective and powerful) attributes of the beets. Please don't be afraid of cinnamon!

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Francisca (Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France) on 04/14/2010

Thanks for clarifying this subject, I had never heard of coumarin. Now I understand the dangers of cinnamon but the mini-beet protocol included taking cinnamon on a daily basis... I have tried the second protocol and I have to say that no matter how good it maybe for you I didn't like it. I don't like taking the same juice every day and I didn't like the cinamon either, it tastes awful. I will try to include more beet juice in my diet as well as asparagus, celery and fennel but not every day and not together. We do a lot for our health but... it has to stay a bit of fun otherwise we give it up! I still don't understand about the lower cholesterol.

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Francisca (Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France) on 04/13/2010

18 to 30 points, is that a drop? And what about the coumarin (not that I know what that is....).


Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Barry (Savannah, Missouri) on 04/13/2010

FYI about volume measurement: A teaspoon of cinnamon is alomost exactly 3 grams equivalent. Also, I read a wellness letter in 2005 that with only a 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon, they observed total cholesterol numbers drop from 18 to 30 points in a 30 day period.

Weight Loss
Posted by Julie (Hollywood, Florida) on 03/28/2010

I have rhoamatord arthritis, taking humara a shot every 15 day's, been taking 1 tbsp honey, 1 tsp cinamon. and mix it together, before i eat, but have coffee in the morning also, i don't make it like tea, I'm gonna stop taking meds to see if i feel better, there's so many side effects from my meds, I'm hoping the cin and honey works like people say.

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Thomas (Carlsbad, Ca) on 02/08/2010

No reason to FEAR THE Cinnamon and Honey cholesteral Cure,

Leah must work for Lipitor to scare everyone back to statins which can really kick the wazooo out of your liver, but its ok to take so says the rubber stamp FDA.

Apprantly no one read the link Leah provided.

Please follow the one below.

Cassia Cinnamon is a close relative to Real Cinnamon which is native to Ceylon.Cassia Cinnamon is also called Saigon Cinnamon or Chinese Cinnamon. Cassia cinnamon contains COUMARIN which is the problem for the liver. Real cinnimon from Ceylon has only .0004%coumarin. The zeros to the right of the decimal point indicate an extremely small level or one heck of an intake of cinnamon before worrying about liver problems.

Saigon cinnamon on the other hand contains 5% COUMARIN this is alot and is not good and this form of cinnamon should not be used for this formulation. Go figure this is the cinnamon all the big bakers use. Why? Cheaper. So if your eating a lot of cinnabuns you pounding your liver as well as your cholesteral.

So the formula would appear to be safe as long as you use real cinnimon from Ceylon. Lets get started lowering cholesterol with out the use of statin drugs listen to the disclaimers in the ads. They tell you what their going to give you along with your cure in a pill.

Posted by Nancy (Kilgore, Tx) on 11/23/2009

osteoarthritis -- I am 65 and am just beginning to have some pain in one knee. Since cinnamon doesn't disolve, would the honey and cinnamon be just as effective on oatmeal or toast?

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Katherine (Ventura, Ca) on 10/23/2009

I'm responding to Leah from NY's post with the link attached describing the danger of cinnamon. I read it but it doesn't give enough information to figure out what is a safe or dangerous amount. They give measurements of milligrams and we use measurements of teaspoons. It is impossible to convert their milligrams into our teaspoons because they are using a weight measurement and we are using a volume measurement. much cinnamon is a safe amount? We can't tell by the article you submitted. Therefore we need to find another source with American measurements to help us. Get searching people! FYI...according to the article the liver damage is temporary. You may suffer some jaundice which will clear in a matter of weeks and it only happens to some people, not all according to the article.

Weight Loss
Posted by Gean (Salina, Kansas) on 06/26/2009

Does the cinnamon need to be made into a tea, or can it just be mixed with honey (1/4 t. cinnamon and 1/2 t. honey) and chased by an 4 oz glass of water? Thank you.

Weight Loss
Posted by Gean (Salina, Kansas) on 06/26/2009

Would there be any reason why one could not make a larger amount of the cinnamon "tea" (put the cinnamon in boiling water, allow to cool, add raw honey), and keep in in the fridge for several days, and take 1/2 cup every morning and evening? This instead of having to make it every day. It would save time. The proportions, I understand, are 1/2 teas. cinnamon and 1 teas. raw honey to 8 oz. water.

Also, I read some posts about it being damaging to the liver. Would 1/2 teas. cinnamon a day be damaging? Thank you.

Cinnamon Feedback
Posted by Denis (Oshawa, ON) on 06/14/2009

Have you tried apple cider vinegar for your gerd. Worked for me. I/2 teaspoon as required (or whenever your gut is really burning) which is usually twice a day and only for a short period of a few days

Cinnamon Feedback
Posted by Tse (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) on 06/03/2009

Hi Brandy: I have same problem as you. PM whenever you can.

Multiple Cures
Posted by Robert (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) on 06/03/2009

That the cinnamon and honey cure was supposedly first published in the Weekly World News doesn't mean that the cure does not work. While the WWN does print lots of obviously fabricated stories, it's not going to risk massive lawsuits by knowingly publishing a natural remedy (or alleged natural remedy) that could harm its readers or make them nauseous.

Here's what "Prescription for Nutritional Healing", Third ed. has to say about cinnamon:

"Relieves diarrhea and nausea; counteracts congestion; aids peripheral circulation. Warms the body and enhances digestion, especially the metabolism of fats. Also fights fungal infection. Useful for diabetes, weight loss, yeast infection, and uterine hemorrhaging."

Multiple Cures
Posted by Marinah (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) on 06/02/2009

Reply to Robin of Rural, VA.: The amount of cinnamon you took (2 tablespoons) seems to be a lot more than all the others as seen in the other letters and suggestions. Most of them only take 1 or 2 teaspoons of cinnamon with double the amount of honey. Less is probably better. Maybe that amount you took is good for inducing vomiting! Marinah.

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Rob (Manhattan, Nyork City) on 05/30/2009

wow, thanks Leah...a constant dilemma for us omnivores...what is and isn't safe to eat. according to this, ceylon has much less coumarin compared to cassia.

Cinnamon and Coumarin Warning
Posted by Leah (New York, NY) on 05/28/2009
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I read all your remedies using a teaspoon or more of cinnamon a day, but then when I did an internet search, I found all sorts of wanrnings about long-term usage of cinnamon. There can be a real danger of liver damage. Here is one link I found, but you can do a simple Google search yourselves.

I think you should post this warning on top of all the posts indicating large daily intake of cinnamon powder. Thanks.

Cinnamon Feedback
Posted by Sandy (Tempe, Az) on 05/06/2009

I thought it was Kelp, Apple Cider Vinegar and honey, not baking soda....doesn't that make a "volcano" type eruption!!

EC: ACV and baking soda is a popular remedy! More info here:

Cinnamon Feedback
Posted by BJAY (MORROW, GA.) on 04/24/2009


Posted by Dexter (Murrieta, CA/USA) on 04/09/2009

Can anybody tell me what is better for hip joint pain and knee pain, asv and honny or cinnamun and honny. Right now I have been eating oat meal for breckfest with about 4 tbls of honny, I have not taken any pain medication for a long time for this problem.

Cinnamon Feedback
Posted by Brandy (Athens, GA) on 03/10/2009

I have a question instead of a remedy? I had nasal septoplasty and turbinate reduction in Oct. 2008. Still having some trouble with congestion and doctor says I have GERD now. Which is a type of reflux. I have been on Previcid for 2 months and even though I do not feel I have reflux he says I need to take pills two times a day instead of one. How does honey and cinnamon work with breathing issues? I always thought honey worked against asthma. I do not have asthma but how would honey and cinnamon affect this? Thanks

Multiple Cures
Posted by RL (Republic, MO) on 02/20/2009

One source that mentions all these honey and cinnamon cures and more is

Multiple Cures
Posted by Robin (Rural, VA) on 01/11/2009
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I would tend to be wary! I took the Cinnamon Honey cure for a UTI. I have a strong stomach, and can tolerate just about anything. But apparently two tablespoons of cinnamon was too much. I immediately felt nauseous, and vomited about 45 min. later. I don't doubt that there are some curative affects of cinnamon and honey. But even trying to swallow two tablespoons of cinnamon in water is enough to make you sick.

Multiple Cures
Posted by Pyromom (Columbia, SC) on 01/09/2009

the source of that article is the venerable Weekly World News, that paragon of truthful reporting and Supermarket Wisdom. Is it true? You'd think stories such as "Fountain of Vermouth Discovered' and "Alien Bible Translated' would be a bit of a giveaway. That is not to say that it is false, I am sure that some of the things may be true, there is just no evidence for it.

EC: How funny! Thanks for locating it...

Cinnamon Feedback
Posted by Marion (Riverside, Ca) on 11/14/2008

Which is more beneficial to take everyday? Cinnamon and Honey or Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda. Can these ingredients be put together for a cure all potion? lol I have Asthma, achy joints and high triglycerides. The 2 drinks both sound beneficial.
Geez now I need a remedy for my over-thinking brain. Thanks for the remedies!!

Posted by Parag (Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA) on 10/29/2008
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This is a remedy I have seen other people use around me in India for arthritis. I teaspoon of ground cinnamon powder, mixed with 1 teaspoon pure, organic honey. Take it in the morning before you eat anything. And do not eat/drink anything for 30 minutes after. Drinking water is fine. You should see effect within a week, if not within days.

Posted by Joyce (Joelton, Tn) on 08/15/2008 509 posts

To Estel from Wheelersburg, Oh. Yea! I commend you on your wisdom for not going under the knife for knee pain. Your way of treating the problem is much cheaper, much less painful, and much more effective & longer lasting, as well as not creating more damaged tissue from surgery. For future reference you might also remember that MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) is very good for joint pains and few, if any side effects, as our bodies require some of it to function.

Posted by Estel (Wheelersburg, OH) on 08/15/2008
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I went to the doctor and they xray my knee and told me i had to have surgery because of osteoarthris. I heard about the honey and cinnamon for arthritis and thought i would try it. I drank it morning and night for 3 weeks and my pain was gone and i have more energy also. I have told many people about it and they are trying it too.

Weight Loss
Posted by May (Milwaukee, US) on 07/21/2008
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Hi, I used a honey and cinnamon remedy that I heard about from my friend. If you use about a table spoon of raw honey in a cup of warm water (hot will kill the enzymes) and some cinnamon (I don't know exactly how much to use, I just use a couple shakes from the shaker)
It speeds up your metabolism, I've lost a little weight, I have yet to weigh myself, but I can already tell, so I suggest trying it.

Posted by Frankie (Franklin, Louisiana) on 07/19/2008
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1st I tried BSM remedy for a knee issue but I needed surgery for it. Arthritis was found in right knee and now is in left knee. For a week and some I have been doing the honey-cinn and I positively feel the difference. I have not taken any prescribed meds. for a week. I add 2 teaspoons honey and 1 teaspoon cinnamon and add this to a cup very hot water. I drink this morning and nite. I also love the fact that it benefits me in other ways. Hope this helps someone else.

Multiple Cures
Posted by Molly (Melbourne, Australlia) on 07/14/2008


The above URL and one I've pasted below have much the same content?? I was just looking up cinnamon and found the 2 sites.


EC: We wish people would name their sources when they send us emails! In the case of cinnamon and honey, these remedies are duplicated on hundreds of websites... it's difficult to tell where the material originated from.

Weight Loss
Posted by Hariom (Sampla[rohtak], Haryana INDIA) on 07/03/2008

i am pasting a formula from a web.
Cinnamon and Honey formula for weight loss:
This should be prepared at night before going to bed.

1. Use 1 part cinnamon to 2 parts raw honey. 1/2 tsp cinnamon to 1 tsp honey is recommended but can use more or less as long as in the ratio of 1 to 2. --- so 1 tsp cinnamon to 2 tsp raw honey is ok too as an example.

2. Boil 1 cup...that is 8 oz of water.

3. Pour water over cinnamon and cover and let it steep for 1/2 hour..(30 minutes)

4. Add honey now that it has cooled. Never add honey when it is hot as the heat will destroy the enzymes and other nutrients in the raw honey.

5. Drink 1/2 of this directly before going to bed. The other 1/2 should be covered and refrigerated.

6. In the morning drink the other half that you refirgerated...but do not re-heat it...drink it cold or at room temp only.

Do not add anything else to this recipe. No lemon, no lime, no vinegar. It is not necessary to drink it more time in a is only effective on an empty stomach and primarily at night.

This works for most people. Inches are lost before any measurement on the scales. This program will cause significant inches lost...but you will reach a plateau and may not lose anymore. This is because the cinnamon and honey cause a cleansing effect in the digestive tract and cleans out parasites and other fungus and bacteria that slow down the digestion...causing a toxic build up. (Lowers pH) Once this is all cleaned out then you will most likely have the weight loss slow down.

Other side effects from a cleansing can occur because of toxins being released...if this occurs, cut back on how much you use or take a break.

Additionally people report increased energy, more sex drive, and feeling happier/mood enhancer.

Sore Throat
Posted by Ida Lawrence (Thorn Hill, Ontario) on 06/30/2008
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honey and cinnamon cured my sore throat. 2 spoonfuls a day.

Weight Loss
Posted by Margie (Warren, MI) on 06/04/2008

You mention honey cinnamon tea. Can you please forward recipe. Or do you just put it in your tea? Thank you.

Weight Loss
Posted by Brandy (Cincinnati, Ohio) on 05/11/2008
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Cinnamon & Honey Remedy for Weight Loss: My husband was 240 pounds two weeks ago and since starting to take the honey and cinnamon tea in the morning and at night and now he has lost at least 15 pounds and he hasn't even started working out yet so now i think i'm going to try it.

Response to Martha
Posted by Mohammed (Birmingham, U.K.) on 05/04/2008

re: Response to Martha and Cinnamon and Honey.

Greetings and blessings to all, cinnamon can cause problems as such if too much of it is taken. i am sending you a list of items which are very beneficial for and aid the liver:

1 jambul fruit and seed.
2 fennel water,[not the seed].
3 spinach.
4 fresh figs.
5 barley flour. make soup, porridge or bread from it, [this item has many other great health benefits]. when using these items please remember to thank god so that you can also obtain his blessings.

Multiple Cures
Posted by Martha (Chicago, IL) on 04/04/2008

Is it true that cinnamon may cause damage to the liver? How much cinnamon can I take per day that won't be harmful. Is it safe for children? Please tell me.

Weight Loss
Posted by Tammy (Memphis, TN) on 04/04/2008
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