Cinnamon-Honey & Carrots

Imagine if the problems of pain and suffering could be easily solved. Expensive, time-consuming visits to the doctor could be eliminated. Toxic drugs and their side-effects could be avoided. All with ingredients found in many kitchens.  Now I’ve heard a new home-remedy.


Good News for You!

I want to share a special treatment without any medication.  Note that I am not a doctor, but neither am I trying to make money by selling you anything.  The solution to your pain is in your kitchen cupboards at this very moment!

Take one part honey to two parts of luke warm water and add a small teaspoon of cinnamon powder, make a paste and massage it slowly into the afflicted part of the body.  Your pain will disappear within two minutes.

Arthritis patients may drink one cup of hot water in which two spoons of honey have been dissolved.  Also stir in one-half teaspoon of cinnamon.  This should be drunk morning and night, and within one month your arthritis will be cured.


Puuu-leez!  At least this isn’t like the rum-soaked raisins that could actually do harm.

Useless “remedies” have been around for years.  It used to be a popular notion that large quantities of carrots or carrot juice would cure RA.  Google carrot juice for RA and you’ll find page after page of results.

I heard this one shortly after my diagnosis when I contacted relatives in an attempt to learn about family health history.  There’s a relative who carried a card in his wallet explaining that his orange complexion was due to all the carrots that comprised his RA treatment.  (The card was so that, if he was ever in an accident, the doctors would know that there wasn’t a problem with his liver.)  That’s some seriously orange skin!


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