DOCTORS AMAZED: This Natural Remedy Prevents Heart Attack and Stroke, Reduces Cholesterol and Strengthens the Immune System!!!

According to scientists, doctors and other medical experts, a regular consumption of honey with cinnamon is a powerful natural remedy that can help you treat many diseases.

Honey has been used as a traditional remedy for almost every health condition for more than 4000 years. The Egyptians used it to treat wounds, the Greeks believed that it contributed to a longer life, and the Indians used it to maintain balance in the body.

Below you can read how to use honey and cinnamon for the treatment of certain diseases, including chronic health conditions like arthritis.

To reduce cholesterol

Make a cup of tea and add two tablespoons of honey and three teaspoons of cinnamon in it. Drink this tea regularly to reduce your cholesterol levels by 10 % within two hours.

As a remedy for cardiovascular disease

Instead of eating marmalade or jam in the morning, put a little honey and cinnamon on a slice of bread. Regular consumption of this breakfast will help you prevent the risk of having a heart attack and reduce your blood cholesterol levels.

Against arthritis

Mix two tablespoons of honey and a tablespoon of cinnamon in a cup of boiling water. Drink this in the morning and evening regularly because it will help you treat chronic arthritis.

Against infections of the gallbladder

If you have any infection of the gallbladder, you can consume the previously mentioned mixture against arthritis, but this time put two teaspoons of cinnamon and a large spoonful of honey in a cup of boiling water.

Against colds

If you suffer from colds frequently, eat a mixture of a large tablespoon of honey and a quarter teaspoon of cinnamon. Make this a habit and it will help you treat colds, chronic cough and sinus congestion.

To strengthen the immune system

Consuming these ingredients regularly is highly recommended, because they will help you improve your immune system and protect your body from viruses and bacteria.