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Cinnamon And Honey Syrup For Colds, Coughs and Sore Throats

Cinnamon And Honey Syrup For Colds, Coughs and sore throats

If you are suffering with a sinus cold or have a cough. Cinnamon and Honey might do the trick for you.

Cinnamon is a powerful herb when it comes to fighting inflamation, cinnamon is also an antifungal.

Honey has been touted to protect from viral attacks such as the flu. Mix Honey and Cinnamon together and you have a great cold and flu remedy.

For cold or flu symptoms

Mix 1 Tablespoon of honey (warmed) with 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of powdered cinnamon. Take this like you would a cough syrup.

If you have a cough cause by sinus problems, this should work like a charm to dry up your sinuses and stop you from coughing.

Here is what I do for myself, though I don't think anyone else should try this.

I take about 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon Powder and put it in my mouth.....It is very hot and might choke you so be very careful. Chew it around in your mouth to mix with your saliva. Swallow......This is great for an inflamed throat and also clears the sinuses.   With the candida, I would rather not do the honey so I just do it plain.

Your sinuses will not clear instantly but for me this works great.

12 comments:

  1. Following you back from A CREATIVE SPIRIT. I love home remedies so looking forward to your posts.

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  2. Hello, Following you back from Lesapea Musings. Thank you for stopping by. I am looking forward to learning more about the natural remedies that are out there.

    Lisa xx

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  3. You know , we actually do this. We got into a big kick when we found out what all the benefits were to both of them. We eat raw honey but I prefer the kind out of those cute little bears.
    Thanks for following . Following you back.
    Have a great weekend.

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  4. Wow- this is so good to know! I've used honey but would never had thought of the cinammon. Willhave to try that the next time around-- and no drowsy feeling I'd imagine.

    ps- thx for stopping by my blog!

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  5. I am a new follower, and I suffer from sinus infections. We were (blessed) in our family with this condition. My brother has been suffering for several months. I am going to have to give him your idea and see if it works, I can't wait to try it myself.

    I love your blog, very educative and helpful.

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  6. Hi Terry,
    Thank you for coming to my blog. It's always nice to meet someone who is also into natural health and healing. I did the 3 month candida cleanse a couple years ago.
    I am now your follower.
    Manzanita
    Wanna buy a duck

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  7. AWESOME! I love natural and home remedies like this!
    Thanks for the follow- following you back cuz I really like your posts........ AND I really could use another apron hehe
    JoDee
    www.atozformomslikeme.blogspot.com

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  8. Hi Terry!
    I love all of your practical life posts - and I enjoy reading them. Your posts are full of so much information! In light of that, I have an award that I would like to give you!
    http://mrsnonoknows.blogspot.com/2010/09/award-time.html
    Thanks for having such an informative, useful blog!
    Carla aka Mrs. NoNo
    Mrs. NoNo Knows

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  9. love this! I do this and it really is amazing! Can't wait to read more. Thanks for sharing and for following me at Cammo Style Love!

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  10. Interesting never thought of that thanks!!

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  11. Danielle,
    I am not sure if it works for a chest cold. I haven't tried it on that.

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