Here Is What Happens If You Eat Honey And Cinnamon Every Day

Cancer patients bring millions of dollars to the Big Pharma, which is why they do not support alternative healing. Cheap, effective, and toxin-free methods have never been a priority.

Dr. John Diamond, M.D, says that“A study of over 10,000 patients shows clearly that chemo’s supposedly strong track record with Hodgkin’s disease (lymphoma) is actually a lie. Patients who underwent chemo were 14 times more likely to develop leukemia and 6 times more likely to develop cancers of the bones, joints, and soft tissues than those patients who did not undergo chemotherapy.”

Dr. Glenn Warner, a qualified cancer specialist, explained that, “We have a multi-billion dollar industry that is killing people, right and left, just for financial gain. Their idea of research is to see whether two doses of this poison is better than three doses of that poison.”


Flavonoids give raw honey its strong anticancer potential. These are antioxidants that boost the antioxidant cell level in the body and “decrease capillary permeability and fragility. They scavenge oxidants and inhibit the destruction of collagen in the body.”

The Big Pharma knows that honey can boost immunity and destroy free radicals. Did you know that they are trying to mimic the flora-flavones in honey, and aim towards patenting their synthetic version?

Another similar study published in the journal, “Effects of Honey and Its Mechanisms of Action on the Development and Progression of Cancer” reveals that, “Honey is highly cytotoxic against tumor or cancer cells while it is non-cytotoxic to normal cells. The data indicate that honey can inhibit carcinogenesis by modulating the molecular processes of initiation, promotion, and progression stages. Thus, it may serve as a potential and promising anticancer agent which warrants further experimental and clinical studies.”

Mechanisms of honey’s anticancer potential

Cell Cycle Arrest

This involves the process that stops cancer cell progression.

Activates the Mitochondrial Pathway

Flavonoids in honey can activate the mitochondrial pathway, and also destroy cytochrome C, and other potential cytotoxic agents.

Induces Mitochondrial Outer Membrane Permeabilization (MOMP)

Honey has the ability to induce MOMP which triggers apoptosis.

Induces Programmed Cell Death (Apoptosis)

Honey is a mighty anti-cancer agent that causes “cell death programming”.

Modulates the Oxidative Stress

Considering that honey has a strong antioxidant potential, it reduces the oxidative stress which leads to cancer development.

Reduces Inflammation

Honey’s anti-inflammatory effect helps in reducing chronic inflammation which is associated with the development of cancer.

Modulates the Insulin Signaling

There is a strong connection between cancer and insulin resistance. Honey reduces insulin resistance, and thus prevents cancer.

Inhibits Angiogenesis

Angiogenesis is the formation of new blood vessels.  Honey inhibits this process, and thus stops the blood supply of tumors.

Science confirms that cinnamon kills cancer cells

A 2005 study conducted by a group of researchers at the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in Maryland, showed that cinnamon offers numerous health benefits, and even eliminates cancer cells.

The researchers administered a water-soluble cinnamon bark extract into an already growing cancer cell culture. In research like this, experts use cell lines of an actual cancer cells or create the lines through radiation or viruses.


The researcher was based on three types of human cancer cells, including leukemia and one lymphoma cell line.  Leukemia is actually proliferation of malignant blood cells, and lymphoma is a process of malignant assault of lymphocytes. The researchers had the only goal to reveal whether cinnamon extract can stop cancer cell progression in vitro.


–  Cinnamon extract reduces the proliferation rate within 24 hours. This applies to every type of cancer;

–  Higher doses cause greater reduction;

– The highest concentration of cinnamon extract caused a 50% reduction in proliferation when compared to the results of the control group;


A 2009 Pub Med Study suggested that, “Cinnamon oil is a quite effective in the treatment of Tumors, Gastric Cancers and Melanomas.”

As revealed by a study conducted in 2010, “Cinnamon extract potently inhibited various tumor cell growths in vitro and suppressed in vivo melanoma progression. Anti-cancer effect of cinnamon extract is mediated by apoptosis induction and blockade of NFκB and AP1. Hence, cinnamon extract could lead to development of potent anti-tumor agent or complementary and alternative medicines for the treatment of diverse cancers.”

the combination of HONEY AND CINNAMON

This powerful combination is an effective way of treating stage IV cancer. The honey and cinnamon protocol by the Cancer Tutor can be found on the Internet.

Here is an excerpt from the Cancer Tutor:

While honey by itself has cured cancer, honey combined with other microbe-killing substances should be even more effective!!

In this portion of the protocol are three protocols that include honey. Mix one teaspoon of honey with one teaspoon of the spice, up to six times a day. Each one of these should start at a 1:1 ratio. It has plenty of room for taste adjustment:

1) Honey and turmeric or honey and curcumin (every other day take it six times a day, alternate with ginger) (also anti-tumor),

2) Honey and ginger (every other day take it six times a day, alternate with turmeric) (also anti-tumor),

3) Honey and cinnamon (every day – how often is up to the patient).

“Honey and turmeric” and “honey and ginger” are taken on alternating days.

All three of these items can kill the microbes that cause cancer which exist inside of the cancer cells.

With regards to the honey, the darker the better.

Hopefully, the cinnamon will come from Viet Nam, where they have the highest percentage of cinnamon oil.

It’s extremely important to understand all the details around this simple protocol before beginning treatment.

Note: Use only genuine raw, unfiltered honey and organic, non-irradiated cinnamon.

Source: Healthy Food House


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