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One study shows that cinnamon may be effective in lowering the blood pressure of people with diabetes but other studies are inconclusive, while research shows honey is effective in wound care and possibly suppresses coug... More »

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Cinnamon and honey help in treating different kinds of ailments such as arthritis, blood infections, colds, cancer, skin infections and heart diseases. They also aid in other health situations including high cholesterol,... More »

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Studies conducted on the healing qualities of honey and cinnamon are inconclusive, states WebMD. However, in some cases honey appears to be an effective antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and cough suppressant. Cinnamon ma... More »

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