Cinnamon – Natural Health Remedies

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Since ancient times, honey and cinnamon have been popularly combined to be used as medicine. Cinnamon is known to be one of the oldest spices and honey is an all-time favourite natural sweetener for many cultures. The benefits of cinnamon have long been in evidence, and it was the first spice mentioned in the Old Testament.

Cinnamon is known for settling the digestive system, and for relieving flatulence. It also relieves nausea and vomiting. Cinnamom prevents nervous tension, improves complexion and memory.
Medical researchers and herbalists recommend cinnamon to cure or prevent dozens of diseases and disorders and to enhance good health.
One of the best ways to take Cinnamon I’ve found is as a tea.

Cinnamon warms and stimulates the digestive system, useful in weak digestion, colic, griping, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, wind and distension. The tannins have an astringent action, stemming bleeding in nosebleeds, heavy periods and resolving diarrhea and catarrhal congestion.

Aching muscles – Cinnamon powder and honey can also be effectively used to ease body pain. This combination serves as a healing agent and helps to strengthen the immune system of the body.

Acne – A mixture of honey and cinnamon can be used to cure acne. The antibacterial properties of cinnamon will clear up your complexion within a week

Athlete’s Foot – Soak your feet in a bowl mixture of Cinnamon and warm water for 15 to 20 minutes. Cinnamon can effectively fight both yeast and fungus infections

Bacterial Infections – Bladder infections can be alleviated with 2 tbsp. of cinnamon and 1 tsp. of honey in warm water.

Bad Breath – Gargling with 1 tsp. of honey and 1 tsp. of cinnamon in hot water can kill the bacteria that cause bad breath

Colds and Flu – Make a glass of warm water mixed with cinnamon powder to help boost your immune system during the cold season. It may also help to relieve sinus problems.

Headache – Mix half a cup of milk or water with Cinnamon, which you can

Insect Bites – You can mix cinnamon and honey into a paste and put it onto insect bites and leave it on for 15 minutes and then wash away with soapy water

Sore Throat – Sip on a warm water and Cinnamon mixture.

Toothache – Apply a paste of cinnamon powder and honey and on the aching tooth.

Yeast infections – Take a couple of teaspoons of cinnamon a day and you’ll find yourself having far fewer yeast infections.

Weight Loss – Mix 1 teaspoon of honey with 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon powder, boil in 200 ml of water twice a day. Adding cinnamon to your daily diet will help burn calories and it serves a general appetite suppressant

If you have any questions feel free to email me soul2soleuk@instantemail.t-mobile.co.uk
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About Soul To Sole Uk Remedies

I have created this blog because I have an enormous passion and interest for nutrition, natural health, healing and herbal medicine. I believe in good natural whole food nutrition. I have a great knowledge of 6 years in the fields of herbal medicine and nutrition. I have been using herbal medicine and nutrition for a number of years and it has been a blessing to my health and the health of those around me. Author, writer, owner of six blogs. Lifelong animal lover also studied animal care and have had the honour to own and love a variety of pets. Fulltime mother, health care professional, blogger, multi-tasker also practising Aromatherapy, Holistic therapies and Yoga. My goal is to introduce more comprehensive ways to use nutrition and herbal medicine to allow humans and animals the benefits of all viable systems of medicine. ..... ..... And so this blog was born :-) If you have any questions feel free to email me soul2soleuk@Icloud.com Follow Me on twitter http://Twitter.com/Soul2SoleRemedy
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