The combination of honey and cinnamon has been used in both oriental and Ayuvedic medicine for centuries.

I find it fascinating to learn that honey has been found in edible condition thousands of years later in Egyptian tombs.  And cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known to mankind and  enjoyed  - according to literature - for just as long.

However, it is the combination of the two that give me hope for a natural curative for some of the symptoms of chronic Lyme disease.

Cinnamon’s essential oils mixed with an enzyme found in honey qualify the two “anti-microbial” foods with the ability to help stop the growth of bacteria as well as fungi. The enzyme from honey produces hydrogen peroxide and creates an ancient curative.

The combination has historically been used as one of the embalming agents, and as an alternatives to traditional food preservatives due to their effective anti-microbial properties.

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Jenna Seaver author of lyme disease resource

Jenna in Maui



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