The Lemon is one of the most underrated fruits available to man. It is also one of the most easily available fruits. Lemons are used to prepare lemonade, used as an additive to alcoholic drinks, used as a stain remover, used as air fresheners and also in our daily cooking. In the past and even today, lemons have been used as a natural remedy to treat various ailments. As a traditional remedy, lemons were highly regarded for their healing powers. In fact the Romans were known to use lemons as an antidote for all kinds of poisons.
Anti-bacterial properties of lemons make these fruits very effective for treating various throat infections, including tonsillitis, sore throat, colds and others. Mix Fresh Lemon with 100 ml of warm water and gargle once per 4-5 hours. In addition, Lemon can relieve fever and reduce body temperature.
Foot odour is another quite common and very embarrassing problem, which has many very effective natural solutions. Regular soaking your feet in a mixture of 50-70 g of Lemon juice and warm water is another natural way to avoid the odour. Alternatively soak a cotton ball in lemon juice and rub your feet twice per day and your hands even longer.
Lemon is used in aromatherapy as an effective relaxant. In particular, you can try adding a tablespoon of lemon juice to some warm water and dipping your feet into it. You’ll feel very pleasant relaxation, and after this treatment your skin will be nourished and glowing.
Lemon juice is used in topical application for healing wounds, herpes and other skin conditions.
To soothe a sore throat, try combining equal parts lemon juice and honey with a dash of cayenne pepper.
When you have a cold, the healing power of lemons works both internally, by supplying urgently required vitamin C to your defense cells, and externally, through the application of its antiviral properties to the virus on the mucous membranes in the nose and throat. Drink the freshly squeezed juice of 1 lemon in a glass of lukewarm water every 2 hours.
Lemon juice is considered as one of the effective home remedy for the head lice treatment and dandruff. Take a raw lemon, apply it to your head once a week. This is said not only to prevent lice, but keep dandruff at bay at the same time
Lemon is one of the most effective treatments for both herpes virus 1 and 2. lemon balm herb Not only does it help alleviate the symptoms of the disease, but it also reduces the duration and frequency of herpes outbreaks.
Lemon therapy is very effective in treating Cracked Heels. The acidic properties help in clearing the Cracked Heels by dissolving and removing the dead and dry skin. Fill a quarter bucket up with warm water, squeeze a fresh Lemon in it and soak your feet for 15 minutes.
To relieve stomach aches and vomiting drink the juice of 1 freshly squeezed lemon in a glass of lukewarm water.
Morning sickness is a fairly common ailment among pregnant women. Just sniffing at the juice or the peel of a lemon is enough to stop the morning sickness. Fresh lemon juice squeezed into pure water reduces or gets rid of morning sickness.
Research has shown that lemon balm has a calming effect and therefore may be able to help remove fatigue, exhaustion, dizziness, anxiety, nervousness, and tension. If you’re feeling tense sprinkle a few drops of lemon balm essential oil on a handkerchief to inhale.
Several studies have found that lemon balm combined with other calming herbs (such as valerian, hops, and chamomile) helps reduce anxiety and promote sleep.
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