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What Are The Benefits Of Honey Cinnamon For Use With Psoriasis
An autoimmune disease involving the skin, nails, and occasionally the joints. It is not contagious. There are several types of skin lesions, most common variety being large red scaly itchy plaques on extensor surfaces such as elbows and knees. Psoriasis can be controlled by a wide variety of medications, but a cure has ...Read more
Are the claimed benefits of honey and cinnamon a hoax? Do honey and cinnamon have any real health benefits?
Both cinnamon and honey have many proven significant health benefits. Cinnamon is esp. Good at controlling blood sugar & has many other benefits- a good summary of research is at http://cinnamonvogue. Com/cinnamoncommonuses. Html
honey also has many benefits, esp. When raw & is valuable topically for wounds. It has many benefits when eaten but should be used in moderation. See http://bit. Ly/1aporiw. ...Read more
I've read that 1tbsp of honey and 1 tblsp of cinnamon w/cup of hot war has many health benefits. Is this true or just a hype.
Innocent dosages: These along with a huge list of products have a history of being touted as having health benefits. There is ;probably no harm in what you describe but no evidence to support health benefits from these. ...Read more
Honey and cinnamon: They taste good.Get a more detailed answer ›
Moms Chicken soup: It does not help but can keep you in comfort zone. ...Read more
I've read that 1tblsp honey and 1tblsp cinnamon w/cup of hot water has many health benefits. Is this true?
It depends: I doubt you'll find scientific evidence as to the health benefits. That doesn't mean it is hype. A lack of evidence doesn't exclude the possibility of significant benefit. I find it best to have supplements tailored to the individual. In the U.S. naturopaths are often the best bet. If you have access to a good herbalist & I have a bias toward Chinese Medicine. (Cinnamon commonly used) ...Read more
No: Antibiotics are used to treat UTI's.Get a more detailed answer ›
No - Graying hair is: Related to genetic predisposition. Age of initial graying is largely a matter of genetics. However, stressors: nutritional deficiencies, chemotherapy, traumatic head injuries, low vitamin B levels, zinc deficiency, severe illness, surgery & marked emotional stress may impact earlier depigmentation in people who are already predisposed to gray hair. Aging is a significant factor. In general ...Read more
Hello. Please can I use a mixture of cinnamon and honey to treat my acne? Is it really effective?
Are there any real benefits for detox water for weight loss? If so, what is the best combination? I've read raw honey, cinnamon, and lemon is good.
Both taste great: They have a lot of minor medical uses but there are better choices for anything they claim to treat. ...Read more
Honey and cinnamon do not cure or prevent any diseases.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
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Nothing: Put them on your breakfast toast in the morning and call your dentist for an appointment. Mostly toothaches need physical intervention and not purely pharmacological or herbal remedies. ...Read more
Both are nutritious: And can alleviate multiple medical conditions that are listed on this link. Take care! http://www.Newrealities. Com/index. Php/articles-on-health/item/532-the-healing-benefits-of-cinnamon-honey. ...Read more
No real data aviliab: Some people believe drinking cinnamon and honey tea will help them lose weight, but no scientific evidence backs up this claim. While studies haven't looked at the effects of honey and cinnamon tea, they have found beneficial effects for the individual ingredients. ...Read more
Possibly: Both cinnamon and honey have known antibacterial effects. If the bacteria in the affected tooth is sensitive to these it may help. The problem is they are not very good parameters for what dosage to use. If they do not help within 1-2 days be seen by a do/md/dds who can tell you if an antibiotic should be prescribed. ...Read more
Myths: Nope. This is a false myth. There is no truth to it. ...Read more