Honey, Who Knew? 🍯

The benefits of honey and the magic mixture of honey and cinnamon is known for hundreds of years for their miraculous healing power.

Many people know about the health benefits of honey but very few know about the health benefits of “honey and cinnamon combined”.

If we look back into the history we can see both these items used by different countries and cultures across the world for different medicinal purposes.

Almost all the ancient cultures are aware about the benefits of honey on skin and benefits of honey on hair.

Also healing benefits of honey and lemon has been recorded in ancient texts and even in many holy books like Bible, Quran.

There are benefits of honey in weight loss, benefits of honey with hot water, beauty benefits of honey, benefits of honey and apple cider vinegar, benefits of honey for diabetics, arthritis etc.

Listed below are some of the well known uses of the combination of honey and cinnamon.

Honey and cinnamon for helping Arthritis

A paste should be made from one part honey and two parts of luke warm water added with a small teaspoon of cinnamon powder. This paste should be massaged on the aching part of the body and the pain should recede within fifteen minutes in most cases.

Honey and Cinnamon for preventing Hair Loss

For hair loss or baldness, apply a paste made out of hot olive oil, one tablespoon of honey, one teaspoon of cinnamon powder. This should be applied before taking a bath and keep it on for approximately 15 minutes. After that simply wash it off with luke warm water.

Honey and Cinnamon is excellent for a Toothache

A paste made of one teaspoon of cinnamon powder and five teaspoons of honey when applied on the aching tooth (may be done 3 times a day) reduces the pain within a matter of 15 minutes.

Honey and Cinnamon can help in Reducing Cholesterol

Take two tablespoons of honey, three teaspoons of cinnamon powder and mix in 16 ounces of tea, when given to a cholesterol patient, reduces the level of cholesterol in the blood by 10% within 2 hours. Pure honey is also sometimes used with food to check cholesterol.

Honey and Cinnamon benefits include helping relieve Colds

For those who are suffering from common or severe colds, should take one tablespoon of luke warm honey with 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon powder daily for 3 days. This process will cure most chronic cough, cold and clear the sinuses.

Honey and Cinnamon aids in Infertility

Various ancient medical streams like Ayurveda and Yunani have been using honey for years in medicine to strengthen the semen of men. Two tablespoons of honey before they go to sleep is what is prescribed by many experienced practitioners. This combination will work wonders for women as well.

In China , Japan and other Asian countries, if the women who do not conceive, and or if their uterus is weak, then they have been prescribed cinnamon powder. Women who cannot conceive may take a pinch of cinnamon powder in half a teaspoon of honey, and apply it on the gums frequently throughout the day, so that it slowly mixes with the saliva and enters the body.

Honey and Cinnamon benefits include helping with an Upset Stomach

Honey taken with cinnamon powder also helps in curing a stomach ache. For people who are suffering from gas problems, honey should be taken with cinnamon powder in equal quantities, relieves gas and pain in the stomach.

Honey and Cinnamon for a better Immune System

The daily intake of honey and cinnamon powder strengthens the immune system and protects the body from bacterial and viral attacks. Researchers have found that honey has various vitamins and iron in large amounts and its use strengthens the white blood corpuscles.

Honey and Cinnamon for Longevity

Ancient cultures used Tea made with honey and cinnamon powder for longevity. 4 spoons of honey, 1 spoon of cinnamon powder and 3 cups of water are boiled to make this tea. The prescribed amount is to drink 1/4 cup, 3 times a day. It keeps the skin fresh and soft and slows down old age.

Honey and Cinnamon for Weight Loss

Drink honey and cinnamon powder boiled in one cup water first thing in the morning (empty stomach). If taken regularly it reduces the weight of even the most overweight person. Also drinking of this mixture regularly does not allow the fat to accumulate in the body, even though the person may eat a high calorie diet.

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How much honey for allergies

Depends on what type of allergy for which you are using honey for. Honey might not work for all allergies and for all people. Typically 2 teaspoons of honey combined with ginger and cinnamon will help with general allergies. Remember babies shouldn’t have honey until their immune system is stronger.

How much honey a day

If you don’t have any physical ailments then the answer to the question “how much honey a day” is pretty standard for adults. It is 1-2 teaspoons of honey. It is advisable to consult your doctor before starting on any such self medication. But 1-2 teaspoons of honey should not harm you.

How much honey for a cough

For children and toddlers having cough, it should be 1 tea spoon of honey mixed with luke warm water and cinnamon. Gargle with luke warm water and a pinch of salt. Adults can have 2 teaspoons

Always consult with your doctor or dietician.

Almonds

Almonds

The almond tree is native to the Middle East and appears often in Bible texts, most significantly in a few books of the Old Testament. The tree’s early flowering and its Hebrew name “shakeid” — to “wake” or “watch” — make it a potent symbol of new beginnings and God’s watchfulness, but it has meaning in other ancient cultures as well.

Genesis 43:11 “And their father Israel said unto them, If it must be so now, do this; take of the best fruits in the land in your vessels, and carry down the man a present, a little balm, and a little honey, spices, and myrrh, nuts, and almonds:”

Numbers 17:8 “And it came to pass, that on the morrow Moses went into the tabernacle of witness; and, behold, the rod of Aaron for the house of Levi was budded, and brought forth buds, and bloomed blossoms, and yielded almonds.”

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Herbal Folklore and Remedies

We all know that herbs make great companions in the garden and kitchen. Herbs also have a long history as a natural remedy—and many other more unusual uses, too! Read on…

Anise
Romans paid taxes with anise, and it was used in cough drops.

Anise seed steeped in milk is said to be a sleep-producing drink, but it is also quite likely that the warm milk alone would do the trick.

Basil
Precious to lovers in Italy and considered sacred in India. Many years ago, Italian men wore a sprig of basil to indicate their intended marriage. A cup of basil tea after dinner helps digestion. Ease a headache by drinking tomato juice blended with fresh basil.

Borage
The Romans believed the herb to be an antidepressant, and ancient Celtic warriors took it for courage.

Caraway
Caraway was used to scent perfumes and soaps. The Greeks used it for upset stomachs.

Chervil
Eating a whole plant would cure hiccups; chervil was said to warm old and cold stomachs.

Chives
Bunches of chives hung in your home were used to drive away diseases and evil.

Dill
Romans made wreaths and garlands out of dill. Dill keeps witches away.

Fennel
Bunches of fennel were used to drive off witches. It was used in love potions and as an appetite suppressant.

Garlic
It was thought to give strength and courage. Aristotle noted garlic’s use as a guard against the fear of water. It’s also been widely used against evil powers.

Lovage
Chewing on a piece of the dried root will keep you awake. Lovage warms a cold stomach and help digestion. Added to bathwater, it was believed to relieve skin problems.

Marjoram
The Greeks believed it could revive the spirits of anyone who inhaled it. At weddings wreaths and garlands were made of marjoram.

Mint
It was believed to cure hiccups and counteract sea-serpent stings. The Romans wore peppermint wreaths on their heads. It was added to bathwater for its fragrance.

Oregano
Used for “sour humours” that plagued old farmers. Also used for scorpion and spider bites.

Parsley
Used for wreaths and in funeral ceremonies. Believed to repel head lice and attract rabbits.

Rosemary
Rosemary in your hair will improve your memory. It will protect you from evil spirits if you put a sprig under your pillow.

Sage
Thought to promote strength and longevity and believed to cure warts. American Indians used it as a toothbrush.

Summer Savory
It was believed to be an aphrodisiac. Some thought it was a cure for deafness.

Tarragon
Put in shoes before long walking trips to give strength. It has been used to relieve toothache and as an antifungal.

Thyme
Burning thyme gets rid of insects in your house. A bed of thyme was thought to be a home for fairies.

Anyone who has sage planted in the garden is reputed to do well in business

“Let thy food be thy medicine”

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