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It is the fruit of the lemon tree, a tree of Asian origin, extended to the majority of countries today.
It is used to season salads, prepare traditional lemonade (water, lemon and sugar) and as “medicine” (lemon, honey and water).
Nutritional information for lemons (per 100g):
As for minerals, lemons mainly contain potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and sulphur. The principal vitamins that can be found are vitamin C and the abundant bioflavonoids contained within its skin. They should ideally be washed and squeezed with the skin intact given its richness in nutrients.
Lemons are the best citrus fruit for combating more than 200 illnesses. The lemon covers a wide spectrum and a lot still remains to be investigated about the health benefits they provide to the human body.
We generally use the juice rather than the entire fruit – it is better that way anyway. Although there are people that enjoy eating whole lemons. It is a question of taste.
As we explained previously, lemons effectively combat many illnesses in a natural way, but it is should be noted that in order for them to work as an ailment, they should be taken as part of a healthy life and in conjunction with a natural diet.
Every foreign and damaging substance that reside within our bodies will be eradicated by ingesting lemon, since the effect that its juice produces is totally detoxifying and purifying. Lemon combats blood impurities, naturally and impeccably balancing regular functioning of our organs. It can dissolve hard substances within our organs that can cause pain and illnesses that are difficult to cure.
The accumulation of foreign substances in the body produces acidification and corrupts its normal functioning, which is why lemons are such great regulators of illnesses in many cases. Furthermore, lemons have a high concentration of vitamin C, which is essential for fighting against colds and flus during cold periods.