Lemons are one of the oldest cultivated plants worldwide that have many health benefits.
They are rich with very important nutrients such as:
– folic acid
– vitamin A
– vitamin C
– vitamin B1
– vitamin B6
This combination prevents various ailments and diseases, and the regular use of these fruits will advantageously affect the liver, intestine, stomach, and the entire immune system.
Moreover, lemon significantly soothes joint pain.
It has powerful antiseptic properties, and the lemon leaves efficiently treat fever.
If you are pregnant, you can make your morning sickness easier if you drink water or tea with a little lemon juice, freshly squeezed, depending on what suits you the best and doesn’t cause a urge to vomit. Lemon aroma and flavor, in a moment will remove nausea and settle your stomach.
The lemon peel has strong antiseptic properties, and the leaves of the lemon tree can be used to reduce fever.
You may not know this, but lemon can help to reduce joint pain.
The lemon peel is rich in essential oils which are relaxing the blood vessels and possess anti-inflammatory properties which makes them great for neutralizing the nerve pain.
These are the two most effective ways that can be used for this purpose:
1. Grate the peel of a lemon, but be careful to grate only its zest (the coloured part) and not the white pith underneath. Apply the grated zest onto the painful spot, secure it with a bandage and allow it to work for at least 2 hours before removing it.
2. Peel two lemons and place the peels into a glass jar. Fill the jar with olive oil and close it tight. Let it sit for two weeks. Afterwards, the oil is ready to use. Soak a gauze with it and apply it to the painful joint. Fix it with a bandage and leave it on overnight.
Before you decide to use any natural remedies, please consult your healthcare provider.