Honey is the only meals which does not go off.
It will do what some say “turning to sugar”. Actually natural hone is honey
Nearly all from the commercial perspective prepared food needs additives just to achieve a brief life expectancy for realistic retail outlet productivity. Many additives used represent a major health threat
When left in a cool dark place for a long period it will do what is better known as “crystallizing. When this happens you can release the lid, steam some h2o, and sit the honey package in the hot h2o, turn off the heat and let it liquefy. It is then as good as it ever was.
What about Cinnamon
Cinnamon is probably the first cheer used by man - conventional details indicate it was in use over 50 -100's of decades ago
Ceylon cinnamon is known as the "true cinnamon" or the "real cinnamon" which offers excellent wellness advantages. This nutmeg is indigenous to Sri Lanka and comes from the inner debris of Cinnamon verum which used to be known as Cinnamon zeylanicum when Sri Lanka was known as Ceylon.
What you will discover in your grocery store is most likely not the actual cinnamon but Cassia cinnamon ( aka China cinnamon), which comes from a relevant BUT different place Cinnamon cassia which is mostly harvested in China and Indonesia.
While the two varieties of cinnamon share certain features such as anti-microbial activity, with regards to suppressing the growth of fungus and yeast, and controlling glucose levels, their material vary much with regards to the amount of coumarone, which is a naturally occurring material with strong blood-thinning qualities.
Honey and Cinnamon
Honey is produced in most of the countries of the world and is a popular subject for life science research which confirms honey can act as a potent medicine for all kinds of diseases and can be used without side effects to treat many conditions.
Cinnamon is also a popular subject for life science
Naturally cancer is the “disease” most people are concerned with today and how to “cure” it The original article stated Medical research in Japan and Australia revealed that advanced cancer of the stomach and bones have been cured successfully, but all traces of this research seem to have disappeared from the interenet - often a sign (in our opinion) that the natural treatment is effective.
Another sure sign that Honey is an effective treatment for cancers (in our opinion) is the closure of the University of Waikato Honey Research Unit for “Redevelopment”. A terse and uninformative notice is all that remains - all the content and contributions from this research unit have been removed from public scrutiny it seems.
We are extremely grateful to Professor Peter C. Molan, Director of the Honey Research Unit at The University of Waitako, who has prepared this comprehensive bibliography of Research relating to the use of Honey in treating conditions of Concern and who has graciously given his permission for us to reproduce it here.
The fate of this valuable Natural Health Honey Research Unit seems bewilderingly uncertain - you can read more about“The Curious Case of the Honey Research Unit at The University of Waitako”.