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Honey and Cinnamon Remedy

Chantal Community Member March 05, 2008
  • This week a friend of mine send me an e-mail that I would like to share with you.

     

    Arthritis patients may take daily, morning and night, one cup of hot water with two spoons of honey and one small teaspoon of cinnamon powder. If taken regularly even chronic arthritis can be cured. In a recent research conducted at the Copenhagen University, it was found that when the doctors treated their patients with a mixture of one tablespoon Honey and half teaspoon Cinnamon powder before breakfast, they found that within a week, out of the 200 people so treated, practically 73 patients were totally relieved of pain and within a month, mostly all the patients who could not walk or move around because of arthritis started walking without pain.

     

    I am wondering if anyone ever heard about it and if they tried this mixture and how it worked.

     

    Chantal

42 Comments
  • Hollybgroovin
    Health Guide
    Mar. 06, 2008
    Hi Chantal, my mother-in-law introduced this remedy to me about a year ago.  I tried it for about a week and gave up as I can be very impatient sometimes.  My mother-in-law swears by it though.  If you try it, please let us know if it works for you.  Good luck, and best wishes!
    • Chantal
      Mar. 06, 2008

      Hi Hollybgroovin,

       

      What was your mother-in-law trying to cure with this mixture?

       

      If it was RA and she's having such good results why are you not sticking with it until you get results (good or bad) at least you could say that you tried it. It is much cheaper and healthier than all the drugs the doctor will prescribe.

       

      I'm not saying this...

      RHMLucky777

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      Hi Hollybgroovin,

       

      What was your mother-in-law trying to cure with this mixture?

       

      If it was RA and she's having such good results why are you not sticking with it until you get results (good or bad) at least you could say that you tried it. It is much cheaper and healthier than all the drugs the doctor will prescribe.

       

      I'm not saying this in a mean way...or a sarcastic way either. I don't even know if it works.

       

      Please be patient and give yourself a chance, what have you got to loose... the pain, the misery and who knows you may get your life back.

        

      We found a natural product that is helping my husband, if you would like to know about it send me an e-mail and I'll tell you all about it.

       

       

      Take care,

       

      Chantal 

    • Hollybgroovin
      Health Guide
      Mar. 07, 2008
      Chantal, I feel I should explain.  I have diagnosed for 3 years, had severe pain for 5 years, and the doctors think I have had RA for over 13 years now.  A year ago I still felt hopeless.  When my mother-in-law introduced me to this remedy I was still at the phase where  I felt that if the medications won't work, then why would anything...
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      Chantal, I feel I should explain.  I have diagnosed for 3 years, had severe pain for 5 years, and the doctors think I have had RA for over 13 years now.  A year ago I still felt hopeless.  When my mother-in-law introduced me to this remedy I was still at the phase where  I felt that if the medications won't work, then why would anything else.  My life has changed drastically in this last year and I no longer feel this way as I take my medications and a nice group of supplements as well.  I would definitely be willing to give the honey and cinnimon another try as well as any other natural remedy you might know of.  Now I am always looking for something to help. Oh, and my mother-in-law was using this remedy for the inflammation in my cervical spine.  Best wishes!
    • Anonymous
      Faith
      Jul. 06, 2011

      hi my name is Faith  i had arthritis on my right arm for over a year. it was so bad i couldn't lift up anything, much less take off a shirt. it was so bad,i took prescribed medicine and it didnt do any good, i tried accupuncture it didn't do any good either. and i read about cinnamon and honey online and i said what the heck i will try it for a month and...

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      hi my name is Faith  i had arthritis on my right arm for over a year. it was so bad i couldn't lift up anything, much less take off a shirt. it was so bad,i took prescribed medicine and it didnt do any good, i tried accupuncture it didn't do any good either. and i read about cinnamon and honey online and i said what the heck i will try it for a month and after 2 weeks i could lift my hand a little and i kept taking it and exactly one month the pain went away i could lift my right arm with no pain. Natural remedies takes a while to kick in so don't despair. try it for at least a month without fail.try it you just might like it. Like they say "there's no harm in trying. 

    • Anonymous
      bentsey3
      Oct. 13, 2009

      Please let me in on a natural remedy!  I've had RA for 2 years with some flare-ups and have 3 children 12,10, and 7-I am 50 years old!  Thanks...

    • rain
      Mar. 20, 2011

      Hi Chantal,

      Would you send me the infomation regarding natural product your husband is taking?  Can you tell me how long it took before he saw results?

      Thanks

      Rain

    • lei
      lei
      Oct. 19, 2011

       I was told i had RA back in "04". I take two different meds and and am always game to something healthier. If you could give me some ideas, it would be great. 

    • 74 year old
      Aug. 18, 2012

      I don't know if the study was ever done, but I stumbled on this remedy by my consuming honey on an english muffin nearly every morning.  I combined this with cinnamin as the article indicated and now I can walk up stairs without crawling.

      I had been treated with injections by an Arthritis doctor and he said my next route was a new knee.  I wasn't...

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      I don't know if the study was ever done, but I stumbled on this remedy by my consuming honey on an english muffin nearly every morning.  I combined this with cinnamin as the article indicated and now I can walk up stairs without crawling.

      I had been treated with injections by an Arthritis doctor and he said my next route was a new knee.  I wasn't ready to go this route. So now I have NO pain at night in bed as before NOR walking. I can bend my knees back which I was unable before.  I may not be cured, but I am grateful for no pain and mobility.

      Signed: 74 year old man

    • Anonymous
      MandoAnnie
      May. 18, 2010

      I'm going to try the honey & cinnamon in hot water for my arthritis. Both are good for so many things, including cinnamon for high blood pressure. Also, Dr. Oz said turmeric is good to help prevent Alzheimer's which my mother and grandmother died of, and it's hereditary. So I always put turmeric on my fish and in some soups. God created these wonderful...

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      I'm going to try the honey & cinnamon in hot water for my arthritis. Both are good for so many things, including cinnamon for high blood pressure. Also, Dr. Oz said turmeric is good to help prevent Alzheimer's which my mother and grandmother died of, and it's hereditary. So I always put turmeric on my fish and in some soups. God created these wonderful foods to heal us; all meats should be limited and processed foods eliminated. Best of health!

  • RAIsn'tfun
    Jun. 15, 2014

    Link to the 'recent study' by Copenhagen University please? You can't claim it to be true then not link to it to support your claim.

  • Anonymous
    mandy
    Jan. 31, 2014

    I was diagnosed with R.S. a year ago. Started taking methotrexate along with small dosage of prednisone and NSaids as needed. It helped, but three months ago raw honey was suggested and I am much improved. I think I will add the cinnamon and see how that does. 

    I've heard of mixing the raw honey and apple cidar vinegar to a glass of water each day also....

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    I was diagnosed with R.S. a year ago. Started taking methotrexate along with small dosage of prednisone and NSaids as needed. It helped, but three months ago raw honey was suggested and I am much improved. I think I will add the cinnamon and see how that does. 

    I've heard of mixing the raw honey and apple cidar vinegar to a glass of water each day also.

  • rainoregon
    Apr. 17, 2011

    There is no trace of the original study on the internet and there is nothing listed on the Copenhagen University research database.  http://www.ku.dk/english/

    According to this blog http://painhealthnews.com/archives/152 and a few others I saw the original "research" study was first printed in a tabloid magazine.  When you are reading a research...

    RHMLucky777

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    There is no trace of the original study on the internet and there is nothing listed on the Copenhagen University research database.  http://www.ku.dk/english/

    According to this blog http://painhealthnews.com/archives/152 and a few others I saw the original "research" study was first printed in a tabloid magazine.  When you are reading a research study try to trace it to the original source, look to see if it is a double blind study (was there a control group?),  how long was the study period, etc. 

    I have rheumatoid arthritis and believe in natural remidies but I don't take advice from potential internet trolls.  You don't know if that is a real person posting or someone trying to make their webpage look legitimate.  If you want to try natural medicines try working with an accredited practicioner.

     

    • RAIsn'tfun
      Jun. 15, 2014

      You're absolutely correct, there's no trace of this actual study. Someone made it up, and it keeps being blindly repeated by people who have no idea how to tell truth from fiction.

  • pat o
    Apr. 16, 2011

    Well I have been on the honey and cinnamon for about 3 weeks now and believe it or not it does work. I was just eating it mixed together. But now I put it on toast. If I forget to use it I can feel the differance. So if you guys want to give it a try. But don't forget it has to be raw honey. Keep me informed about your results.

     

    • suzzy
      Apr. 16, 2011

      just from me an about me i thought i was is remission with my ra i didnt hurt hardly any more felt really good   then that one day when i tried to out run a dog an my foot hurt like i broke it so i went to doctors he xrayed it an there it was RA still there eatting away at me  so all i can say is that you really need to have xrays done to see...

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      just from me an about me i thought i was is remission with my ra i didnt hurt hardly any more felt really good   then that one day when i tried to out run a dog an my foot hurt like i broke it so i went to doctors he xrayed it an there it was RA still there eatting away at me  so all i can say is that you really need to have xrays done to see whats going on just bacause you dont hurt anymore doesnt really mean anything  my ra is in both wrist an hip a foot not sure about my back an neck an knees so im just saying just because you dont hurt like you use to doesnt mean that the ra has stopped  please take care of your self

    • pat o
      Apr. 16, 2011

      I found out that I had RA about a year and a half ago. But when they done the first x-ray it was discovered that I had a broken neck. I had fallen off a ladder at work and had a closed head injury and they said a sprain neck. I walked around like that for a year. Until I could not stand the pain any more. They took a x-ray and found the neck broke. Had surgery...

      RHMLucky777

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      I found out that I had RA about a year and a half ago. But when they done the first x-ray it was discovered that I had a broken neck. I had fallen off a ladder at work and had a closed head injury and they said a sprain neck. I walked around like that for a year. Until I could not stand the pain any more. They took a x-ray and found the neck broke. Had surgery right away. Have RA in both hands both feet and both hips and my left knee. I know what you mean. I also have a lot of faith and believe me prayer also keeps me going. I have had side effects from the meds so I will try to take the honey and cinnamon. If the pain gets bad I take a couple of Aleve.

  • pat o
    Mar. 20, 2011

        Will let you know in a week. Started taking the honey and cinnamon in the morning. It has to be raw honey from a natural store and I bought organic cinnamon. Tried the RA medication not for me. I have trouble taking medication any how. Can't take pain meds and the RA meds hurt your immune system. I sure don't need that. So they gave me meds...

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        Will let you know in a week. Started taking the honey and cinnamon in the morning. It has to be raw honey from a natural store and I bought organic cinnamon. Tried the RA medication not for me. I have trouble taking medication any how. Can't take pain meds and the RA meds hurt your immune system. I sure don't need that. So they gave me meds that they use for melaria. And that has done something to my sight. So I figure to tray all natural. After all God did make the natural things for our body. 

  • Anonymous
    ALEX
    Dec. 22, 2009

    dear, thanks for your information it is useful,ALEX.

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Nov. 23, 2009

    No such study has been published.

     

    This email is an outright lie.

     

    Normally a research project is undertaken by a given lab, and following completion of the study the results are written up and submitted to a journal.  Good journals have qualified scientists peer review the article and they decide whether it is worthy (eg appropriate negative...

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    No such study has been published.

     

    This email is an outright lie.

     

    Normally a research project is undertaken by a given lab, and following completion of the study the results are written up and submitted to a journal.  Good journals have qualified scientists peer review the article and they decide whether it is worthy (eg appropriate negative controls, valid interpretation of data), and on that basis it is published (or not). Some journals are better or more careful than others, and you can really get just about any garbage published if you aren't fussy about who is publishing it.

    While it is possible that such a study has been undertaken, I can find no evidence it was ever published, even in a "low-impact" or less careful journal, suggesting that at best they found no evidence honey/cinnamon worked, and at worst the study never occurred. 

     

    The honey/cinnamon may work, and it may not.  It can't hurt to try and honey + cinnamon is tasty. Also, never underestimate the power of the drug called "placebo".  So eat it if you like it, but dont get your hopes up.

  • Anonymous
    sholomo
    Oct. 24, 2009

    The quote you found on the internet is from a Canadian journal called Weekly World News in an article dated January 17, 1995.  We are talking here of information more than 15 years old by this time.   Someone may have success in contacting the journal for a detailed list of references.  It sounds like it couldn't hurt to run one's own research...

    RHMLucky777

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    The quote you found on the internet is from a Canadian journal called Weekly World News in an article dated January 17, 1995.  We are talking here of information more than 15 years old by this time.   Someone may have success in contacting the journal for a detailed list of references.  It sounds like it couldn't hurt to run one's own research experiment, while of course continuing to see a 'real' doctor.

  • Anonymous
    Krnfly1
    Feb. 06, 2009

    I have been diagnosed with RA since I was 29 years old... I am now 38. At the rate I was going the doctors told me I would be in a wheelchair by the time was 40. It was devastating to me because I had been an athelete my whole life. About 5 years ago I was at a point where I could barely walk most days and my hands would not close at all. I began seeing a chiropractor...

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    I have been diagnosed with RA since I was 29 years old... I am now 38. At the rate I was going the doctors told me I would be in a wheelchair by the time was 40. It was devastating to me because I had been an athelete my whole life. About 5 years ago I was at a point where I could barely walk most days and my hands would not close at all. I began seeing a chiropractor back in 05 who started me on rounds of accupuncture and pure fish oil. After about 8 months of that things started to turn around for me. I started feeling much better and was able to back off the steroids and pills a little, however I was still doing the remicade treatments. I kept trying to excercise as much as my body would allow which wasn't a whole lot. I also eliminated alot of personal stress which kept my body in turmoil all the time. I have not tried the honey and cinnamon but will start this week and see how it goes. I still have bad days and my hands have turned some but I will keep fighting until the day I die... I refuse to let this terrible disease win! Good luck to all of you who are struggling, remember... just take it one day at a time. God bless you all!

    • Anonymous
      Cheryle
      Mar. 07, 2009

      I just wanted to add some input here since it sounds like your RA is severe like mine.  I was diagnosed with RA at the age of 28 and am now 35.  I didn't seek medical help until about a year had gone by, thinking there was nothing that could be done for the pain I had all over.  I didn't know what it was...finally walking and moving in general...

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      I just wanted to add some input here since it sounds like your RA is severe like mine.  I was diagnosed with RA at the age of 28 and am now 35.  I didn't seek medical help until about a year had gone by, thinking there was nothing that could be done for the pain I had all over.  I didn't know what it was...finally walking and moving in general became so painful and was sustained so long that my family really got on me.  I saw a primary physician.  He diagnosed me within a few minutes with RA - swollen joints, hot to the touch, the shiny skin, etc...The medical tests confirmed it.  He referred me to a rheumatolgist.  At that point I thought RA = typical arthritis and that nothing could be done.  I finally saw my rheum. months later and that's when I really started understanding what could be done and how serious this disease can be if not treated properly.   I am blessed enough to have an outstanding rheumatologist who is rated as one of the top Rheumatologists in our Metro area.  I am in a drug study right now that has been like a miracle since the Remicade I was on worked but over time the time period of relief shortened to about 2 weeks.  As it's THOUSANDS of dollars/month I felt I needed to try something else.  The drug I am on now is close to coming to the market from what I've read.  I do prefer natural methods so I am off to try the honey and cinnamon though I drink honey and white and rooibos tea throughout my day (about 4-5 cups on average).  I am also wondering if that Manuka Honey that is talked about in the medical journals  for burns and such will help so I ordered some of that.  

         Question - is one type of cinnamon better?   I get mine for baking (I use Vietnamese cinnamon) from our local spice purveyors in Wisconsin who have traveled around the world and are very knowledgeable.  That leads me to question the honey as well - is raw honey better?  I've heard a lot of beekeepers feed their bees corn syrup too.  I am wondering if the honey that is effective is created by bees that aren't fed corn syrup or perhaps it's that AND raw honey that isn't as processed...

    • Chantal
      Mar. 23, 2009

      I have a friend of mine that is using the cinnamon and honey and she buys the honey and cinnamon from the grocery store, non specifically and she gets good results.

       

      I hope this helps you out.

    • ayesha
      Apr. 02, 2010

      helllo.

      im 28 nd mother of 3 kids.i am RA positive frm past 5 years.i hv good days as well hv very very bad days.will try out this remedy and i hope it wil work as im in a hell of pain thes days.

    • alabamagal
      Jul. 09, 2010

      What is sold as Cinnamon in the US is actually Cassia. A chemical called coumarin in Cassia could be toxic. So when you buy Cinnamon make sure it is real Cinnamon and not Cassia.

      Click the below link to learn how to identify real Cinnamon from Cassia.

      http://www.ceylon-cinnamon.com/Identify-Cinnamon.htm


      I just checked my bottle of 1000mg cinnamon capsules and...
      RHMLucky777
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      What is sold as Cinnamon in the US is actually Cassia. A chemical called coumarin in Cassia could be toxic. So when you buy Cinnamon make sure it is real Cinnamon and not Cassia.

      Click the below link to learn how to identify real Cinnamon from Cassia.

      http://www.ceylon-cinnamon.com/Identify-Cinnamon.htm


      I just checked my bottle of 1000mg cinnamon capsules and found it is indeed the Cassia ! I have heart problems and RA and after 3 days on this, I started having "tingling" problems in my legs; so after checking with my Dr, I will toss these caps and make SURE I get the REAL Cinnamon and go from there :-) Just a warning to all who try this "cure"; never hurts to be well informed !! I also use the 100% raw honey that is here in my local area farmers market; tastes loads better than reg store bought.
    • Anonymous
      Lisabeth
      Apr. 13, 2009

      Would those of you who have started the remedy and been on it for at least two months please report your results back on this site -specifically Ms "krnfly"?

       

      I keep reading about the "research at Copenhagen University", but can find nothing about it on the University's own site, which seems a bit suspicious.

       

      My mother-in-law is crippled and I...

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      Would those of you who have started the remedy and been on it for at least two months please report your results back on this site -specifically Ms "krnfly"?

       

      I keep reading about the "research at Copenhagen University", but can find nothing about it on the University's own site, which seems a bit suspicious.

       

      My mother-in-law is crippled and I would love to be able to give her the gift of a simple, inexpensive and effective remedy.

       

      I do know that large doses of cinnamon powder on buttery toast worked on keeping my blood pressure down when I forgot my meds whilst on holiday in Africa, so it may also have a favourable effect on RA.

       

      Thankyou for taking the time.

    • Anonymous
      Lily
      Jan. 01, 2010

      http://painhealthnews.com/archives/152

       

      You might want to check out this link. Seems Copenhagen Uni never undertook such a study. Doesn't mean honey and cinnamon aren't useful but being cautious about 'research' might be prudent too.

       

      Cheers

      Lily

    • pat o
      Apr. 16, 2011

      tried for my self for over 3 weeks and it does work. I could hardly walk and my body just plain hurt all over. But thank God this does help. I won't use the RA meds any more. I want to help my body not destroy it with that stuff. I have a hard time taking meds most make me sick. So I am so glad that God makes what we need.

    • Anonymous
      Sandra
      Sep. 16, 2009

      Hi

       

      I am also going to try the Honey and Cin Remedy.  I starter drinking a glass full yesterday.  I didnt know the water should be hot.  I really do hope it helps.  I am doing karate and mixed martial arts and this is really stopping me.

       

      I also would like to know if anyone knows as this will bring your blood pressure down, as...

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      Hi

       

      I am also going to try the Honey and Cin Remedy.  I starter drinking a glass full yesterday.  I didnt know the water should be hot.  I really do hope it helps.  I am doing karate and mixed martial arts and this is really stopping me.

       

      I also would like to know if anyone knows as this will bring your blood pressure down, as I already have very low blood pressure.

       

      Hope we all get a miracle cure

       

      Sandra

    • Anonymous
      Karen
      Sep. 16, 2009

      Bless your heart... I am so sorry this is happening to you! I have very high blood pressure so I'm not sure what is happening with you. RA is a very debilitating disease that affects so many things. I will tell you however to keep doing martial arts as long as your body can handle it. Exercise and release of stress is good!! You may get to a point where you...

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      Bless your heart... I am so sorry this is happening to you! I have very high blood pressure so I'm not sure what is happening with you. RA is a very debilitating disease that affects so many things. I will tell you however to keep doing martial arts as long as your body can handle it. Exercise and release of stress is good!! You may get to a point where you have to take it easy so you aren't irritating the joints in your body. I can tell you to make sure you are getting plenty of rest and drink lots of water because it clears your body of all the toxins. I pray for a cure everyday for all of us...

    • vicki
      Aug. 30, 2014

      Hi, I have psoriatic arthritis, very similar to RA and I am also in the very small percentage of peope with RA that have the added problem of bone erosion where the synovial fluid eats away at my bones. I am a nurse and have had to give up full time work. I tried all the usual western meds for RA and all they did was give some light relief by supressing the...

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      Hi, I have psoriatic arthritis, very similar to RA and I am also in the very small percentage of peope with RA that have the added problem of bone erosion where the synovial fluid eats away at my bones. I am a nurse and have had to give up full time work. I tried all the usual western meds for RA and all they did was give some light relief by supressing the symptoms, they do not act on the cause. I refused to start taking methotrextae yet as I am only in my 30's and as a nurse I am very aware of the many bad side effects to this medication. I was in a wheelchair for 6 months until I started Ayurvedic treatment and this has worked amazingly. I wish more people with chronic arthritis were aware of Ayurvedic medicine and the amzing benefits it has for this condition. It is not pleasant and requires commitment and patience but it really does work and it actually treats the cause rather than just supressing the symptoms. 

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

  • Anonymous
    shree
    Sep. 04, 2008

    For several weeks I have been feeling stiffness in my shoulder area when I wake up and stays for about an hour.  I am not sure if I have an RA or not but I will find out in a week.  I setup an appt with a specialist.  I am really hoping I do not have an RA since I am not even 30 yet. Cry

    I have not tried this remedy.  I just read about...

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    For several weeks I have been feeling stiffness in my shoulder area when I wake up and stays for about an hour.  I am not sure if I have an RA or not but I will find out in a week.  I setup an appt with a specialist.  I am really hoping I do not have an RA since I am not even 30 yet. Cry

    I have not tried this remedy.  I just read about it a week back and was thinking of trying this.  Hope it works for me.  I will let you know if few weeks if it worked or not.

  • Anonymous
    Vicki Sharp
    Jun. 14, 2008

    Chantal:

     

    I have been using the honey and cinnamon for 2 months and have been amazed at the change!  My pain has gone away and I am moving better than I have in 2 years.  I am only 52 but as a  Cardiac Cath Lab nurse for 34 years, I have really messed up my ankles from all the years of standing on hard tile floors wearing 15 lbs...

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    Chantal:

     

    I have been using the honey and cinnamon for 2 months and have been amazed at the change!  My pain has gone away and I am moving better than I have in 2 years.  I am only 52 but as a  Cardiac Cath Lab nurse for 34 years, I have really messed up my ankles from all the years of standing on hard tile floors wearing 15 lbs lead aprons for radiation protection.  I have the joint changes in my fingers so the arthritis was beginning to win. My doctor put me on Mobic(anti-inflammatory) with little relief.  When I was told by another nurse about the honey and cinnamon, I felt  I had nothing to lose trying it.    I am now off my Mobic and just on the honey and cinnamon.  What a difference and I love the taste of the drink.  I would suggest local natural honey just for the better flavor.  The honey I bought in the store (processed) the flavor was not as good.  Good luck and I hope you're results are as good as mine!

     

    Vicki Sharp

    • Anonymous
      Charlene Vos
      Sep. 27, 2009

      You said the drink is good.  How do you use the honey and cinnimon?  And how much of each.

    • pat o
      Mar. 20, 2011

      You have to have raw honey and I use organic cinnamon. From a health food store. You mix 1 teaspoon of honey and 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon. mix in a small bowl and just mix well and eat. it is very good.

    • Anonymous
      Nick
      Nov. 22, 2009

      Hi:

      I just read a note on the honey and cinnemon treatment and searched this website. Yours was the only note that was positive. The others like, I will try it, I heard it etc. This is not too encouraging, because if someone find it successful, they would be happy to announce it. Please let me know nsalab@yahoo.com. Nick

    • rain
      Mar. 20, 2011

      How do you make your drink?  (ie; how much honey & cinnamon)

      How many times a day do you drink it?

      Is it hot or cold?

      How long before you knew it was working?

       

      Thanks

      Rain

       

    • Maha
      Mar. 09, 2014

      Hi. Can you tell me how you take it? Is it 1 tbsp raw honey and 1/2 tsp cinnamon powder in a cup of hot water? and do you drink this once before breafast and another cup at night? 

       

       

  • Anonymous
    Melissa Juwale
    Apr. 15, 2008

    I have had RA for about 2 years and have been on this remedy since about the first of April 2008. So far it is not having dramatically improving my condition. Because I have good days and bad days it's hard to know for sure if it is working. I have this finger however that can not bend all the way. I figure that a sure way to know if this really works is...

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    I have had RA for about 2 years and have been on this remedy since about the first of April 2008. So far it is not having dramatically improving my condition. Because I have good days and bad days it's hard to know for sure if it is working. I have this finger however that can not bend all the way. I figure that a sure way to know if this really works is if I can regain full mobility in this finer. I'll give it until May and see. I'm afraid of the harsh meds that doctors prescribe for this disease, so I'm willing to try almost anything natural.

     

    Hope this helps.

     

    Melissa J 

    • Chantal
      Apr. 15, 2008

      Good luck with it Melissa and please let me know how you make out.

       

      My husband tried it for a few weeks and  got chest pains so he stoped, maybe he had a hard time to digest it.

  • Jimmi
    Mar. 27, 2008
    I haven't heard of that ''remedy'' but I do take half a teaspoon of bicarb of soda in a glass of water each day to help relieve gout pain in my big toe. It's supposed to work by reducing the acid in your body. I can say for me it does make me feel better. The other natural treatment I use is these fir therapy gloves which ease the...
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    I haven't heard of that ''remedy'' but I do take half a teaspoon of bicarb of soda in a glass of water each day to help relieve gout pain in my big toe. It's supposed to work by reducing the acid in your body. I can say for me it does make me feel better. The other natural treatment I use is these fir therapy gloves which ease the soreness in my arthritic hands & fingers. I couldn't even use my computer or turn a door handle before but now the pain is much better & my fingers aren't all distorted. My daughter got them for me & I am feeling much better because they are warming & supportive.