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Did you know that lemons (and limes) contain a supply of vitamins and minerals that is greater than any other food? Lemon is also known for its ability toclean toxins from the any part of the body. That includes the hair and scalp, digestive system and the kidneys, and much more! The simplest way to reap the benefits of lemon is to use Lemon Essential Oil. Lemon oil is always available and the oil doesn’t go bad when you don’t use it right away.
by Gaye Levy
When someone mentions the word Lemon, I immediately think fresh, clean and pure. There is simply something about lemons that evokes an overall feeling of wellness and goodness. This might come from my memories of being given a lemon to hold and to smell when I suffered the occasional childhood illness.
Using lemons for health and home is nothing new, since back in ancient times, lemons were used to help heal a variety of ailments. It has been suggested that the Romans used lemons and lemon rinds to fight off disease as well as to ward off insects, uplift moods and even freshen clothes.
In modern times we have lemon essential oil which is a concentration of oils that have been cold pressed from the rind of fresh lemons. Pure lemon essential oil is pale yellow in color and has the aroma of freshly peeled fruit. Its fresh, clean scent …
Lemons are one of the most popular citrus fruits in the world, and are widely used for culinary purposes, since they are a good source of vitamins and aid in digestion. It also adds a pleasant taste and aroma to food. Furthermore, lemon juice is one of the most popular drinks in the world as it is very healthy, delicious, and inexpensive.