As of 2015 there is no evidence to support the use of cinnamon and honey in treating rheumatoid arthritis, and there is no known cure, according to Mayo Clinic. Treatment for this condition normally involves the use of medications, occupational or physical therapy, or surgery.
Some of the medications that are used to treat rheumatoid arthritis include NSAIDs, steroids, disease-modifying antirheumatics and biologic agents, explains Mayo Clinic. Physical therapy helps to keep the joints flexible. Assistive devices, such as buttonhooks for use while dressing, make daily activities easier for people with this condition. Surgery to replace or fuse joints or to repair tendons is an option when medications are not enough.