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    Cinnamon and Honey Arthritis
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    Kalelane posted:
    Was diagnosed with Psoriatic Arthritis 4 years ago. Having a bad pain day in my heals today , can hardly walk. was reading about cinnamon and honey concauctions today. I am starting and going to document. I have already had my third dose today of warm water, cin and honey. If you read the facts it makes sense. I am hopeful

    Cinnamon and InflammationArthritis is not the only condition that is driven by inflammation. Cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's dementia, cancer and many other chronic illnesses are inflammatory disorders. Inflammation is a complex process which involves the production of chemical messengers called cytokines, and tissue damage which results from immune cell activity. A 2008 study in "Bioresource Technology" demonstrated cinnamon oil's ability to suppress the production of inflammatory cytokines by macrophages, a special type of immune cell. Similarly, in 2007, Korean scientists showed that extracts of cinnamon bark slowed the cellular processes that contribute to aging and inflammation.


    Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/385614-arthritis-cinnamon/#ixzz2JDf9Vujd
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