I write a lot about the healthy benefits of lemons, and I’m doing it again.
Lemons are a gift from Nature – they balance your health in so many ways. In a nutshell, lemons work so well because they adjust the pH in environments that are out of balance.
Most of you are familiar with the common uses for lemons to soothe sore throats and add some citrus flavor to foods. However, the diversity of lemons far exceeds our general awareness, and once you read the following list, you’ll likely want to always keep lemons in your kitchen.
Here is a list of some of amazing uses for lemons:
- Freshens the fridge
- Helps lower High Blood Pressure
- Prevents fresh veggies from turning brown, especially cauliflower
- Aids anxiety and mental health
- Refreshes your cutting boards
- Lessens respiratory problems/reduces asthma symptoms
- Soothes arthritis and rheumatism
- Helps prevent kidney stones
- Chases insects out of the kitchen
- Slows aging
- Makes a good wash for fruits and vegetables
- Helps with infections
- Deodorizes the garbage can
- Keeps guacamole fresh and green
- Cleanses your blood
- Crisps soggy lettuce
- Aids oral health
- Lightens age spots
- Creates blonde hair highlights
- Makes a fresh room scent
- Cleans and whitens fingernails
- Cleanses your face
- Freshens your breath
- Helps flaky dandruff
- Removes stains on marble
- Removes berry stains
- Softens dry and scaly elbows
- Provides headache relief
- Prevents chills and fevers
- Aids with Diphtheria
- Aids vaginal hygiene
- Replaces moth balls
- Supports stomach health
- Disinfects cuts and scrapes (it does initially sting)
- Soothes Poison Ivy
- Removes warts
- Bleaches delicate fabrics
- Cleans tarnished brass and chrome
- Replaces your dry cleaner
- Boosts laundry detergent
- Rids fabrics of mildew
- Eliminates fireplace odors
- Neutralizes litter-box odors
- Deodorizes humidifiers
* If you consume lemon peels, use organic lemons to reduce pesticide exposure, and avoid lemon juice directly on your teeth.
Hum, I’m craving a lemon in some water right now.
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