Regarding your enquiry on honey and cinnamon for arthritus pain.
I have been suffering for months with arthritic pain in my hip and was kept awake constantly at night even mild exercise would render me virtually unable to walk in the morning.
I was sceptical on this cure but decided to give it a try as my only alternative is a hip replacement. Now I have heard two theories one say hot water one say lukewarm water for mixing them with a mixture of 2 teaspoons of honey and 1/2 of cinnamon I have reduced my pain by 90% in 3 weeks I dont get up in the morning vritually unable to walk I can now sleep on the hip with arthritus which I certainly cud not do before and I am not limping anymore when it was exercised on I still have the dull pain of the awkward feeling where the two bones meet where the cartialge has gone but rest assured I run 4 times a week and do other exercise as well and am very active now and I am being 100pct honest that it has worked for me the transformation is unbeleivable, I used to have to literally swing my legs around to get out my car and could not sit down without supporting myself with my arms in the mng and sometimes during the day none of this is the case now and I have better movement I admit I dont have full movement but I do have 90 pct less pain so I am convinced something has happened for me.
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