30th May 2023

Nature's Treasure - Lemon

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Lemon, the fruit of the lemon tree, is native to China and the foothills of the Himalayas from where it spread to Asia, especially India. Thanks to its antiseptic, antirheumatic, and stimulating properties, it is considered sacred in Islamic countries, where it was used mainly as an antidote against poisons, as an astringent against hemorrhagic diarrheal forms. as well as to keep the Devil away from homes. The ancient Egyptians used it to embalm mummies and often placed it in coffins along with dates and figs. Today it is cultivated all over the world and available any time of the year.

There are several varieties among the most common:

The 4 Seasons lemon tree so called because its ripe fruits can remain on the tree for several months without losing their qualities.

The lime or lemon of the West Indies is a variety of lime rather than lemon. The fruit is usually smaller than the lemon tree 4 Seasons, its bark is very thin but it is much juicier. It turns yellow at maturity in its production lands.

Meyer lemon is a natural hybrid of orange and lemon; its fruit is slightly orange and its leaf delicately scented with bergamot.
The red lemon, wild variety whose fruits are of the most beautiful orange, the pulp of the same hue; bergamot fragrance. Its slight bitterness is interesting for some dishes.
Cosmetic of long reputation, thanks to its delicate perfume, its richness in vitamin C and in acids of fruits, it is still widely used to soften, tone the skin, lighten the complexion and as antidotes.

Lemon is a powerful antiseptic, it would effectively fight twenty germs. It is therefore very useful for fighting all infections, especially colds, flu, colds. It helps to lower fever by its sudorific action. This antiseptic power is also effective in the problems of urinary tract, bladder and kidney infections. Its diuretic action also accelerates the elimination of toxins. It protects the digestive system from infections, including diarrhea. lemon would also help lower cholesterol levels.

Refreshing, it is used to prepare lemonade (water, lemon juice and sugar). Astringent, toning, healing, gastro-hepatic regulator, fat reducing, remineralizing, rich in vitamin A, minerals (potassium, diuretic, calcium for bones and iron against fatigue), low in calories, lemon increases the defenses of the body and helps fight against fatigue.

Very effective against nosebleeds, lemon is also used for throat care, to suppress glucose in the blood, so it is highly appreciated by diabetics or people who wish to make diets.

Roughly grated, the zest is used in some soups and exotic dishes, and delicately perfumes desserts.

Lemon and digestion:

Lemon juice is recognized for its dietary properties. It is a powerful cleanser which at the same time regenerates the digestive system often troubled by poor nutrition. Indeed, it dissolves and eliminates fat. Lemon juice contains various mineral elements that are very useful for remineralizing the body. In addition to the calcium and potassium already mentioned, there are phosphorus, silicon, copper and manganese which enhance the action of vitamins, promote redox and stimulate the heart and neurons.

Lemon is often criticized for causing heartburn. Some people may indeed experience burning sensations after consuming lemon. Most often the bitterness felt following the absorption of lemon is the result of poor composition of the menus. Plenty of pasta, starches, white bread, white rice, sugars and alcohol are incompatible with lemon. Lemon should only be consumed after complete digestion of these. In fact, the best effects will be obtained from lemon only when consumed away from meals. People with fragile constitution and nervous temperament should also avoid consuming lemon in the morning on an empty stomach. The best time would be in the afternoon, more than two hours after the meal. Lemon is strongly discouraged in case of gastric ulcer.

The effect of lemon on the skin

The antiseptic and astringent properties of lemon will help you against blackheads, shiny skin and small pimples. Lemon also has the property of tightening the pores of the skin.
A piece of lemon applied to insect bites will soothe the pain and itching within minutes.

Lemon and tooth

For whiter teeth, brush them twice a week with a mixture of undiluted lemon, lime and grapefruit juice. This solution also helps reduce tartar. However, you should avoid sucking a slice of lemon because of its concentration of citric acid, which is harmful to tooth enamel.

Lemon and pain

To relieve pain, scrub the arch with lemon juice. The next time you have migraine, try lemon juice compresses or apply a few slices of lemon to your temples.

Lemon and honey

Honey and lemon have a powerful bactericidal action, acting effectively against coughs and catarrhs ​​and cradling the central nervous system: in fact, both promote concentration and lift morale. In addition, honey acts as a natural sedative and helps to make sleep easier.
If you want to face your days with energy and serenity, you can use this very simple remedy for at least three months.
Every morning, on an empty stomach, you can drink a cup of hot sweet water with a spoon of honey plus the juice of half a lemon.
A panacea which will strengthen your immune system, which will completely purify the digestive apparatus and which will give you the good energy to face daily stress with a smile.

Lemon is also used to strengthen the hair

To give hair shine, rinse it with a little lemon juice after shampooing.
If your hair is dry, dark and opaque, we recommend that you squeeze a lemon in half a liter of water and add two tablespoons of olive oil. Rub your hair with this lotion and leave on for 30/40 minutes.
Then rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water. Olive oil nourishes, softens and brightens hair, while lemon strengthens and shines.

To have strong and white nails:

To strengthen and harden your nails and to remove that unsightly yellow color, dip your nails in a mixture of water and lemon, or if you prefer, cut a lemon in half and put your fingers in it for a few minutes.

To have soft and delicate hands:

Massage them with a solution of olive oil and lemon juice. To remove garlic, onion or fish odors, rub your hands with lemon juice.


Lemon is used as a hand cleaner, aluminum, copper and silver jewelry. He is also against hiccups (bite into a slice of lemon or swallow a few drops of juice).

Housewives have long known how to remove ink or fruit or vegetable stains from fingers by cleaning them with lemon juice. Same operation with salted lemon slices to rub a dirty sink. On white laundry, rust does not resist the action of a lemon slice placed between two pieces of fabric and pressed by a hot iron. White marble takes on a beautiful appearance when rubbed with a lemon and then passed with a fine, somewhat oiled cloth. A rotten lemon on the ground repels ants.

Milk shake with lemon

If in the morning you feel tired and need to recharge to start a new day, the milkshake we offer will guarantee a stimulating and energetic day.
125 ml fresh lemon juice
1 egg
25 ml of milk
1 spoonful of sugar
1 spoonful of honey
corn-flakes to garnish
Blend all the ingredients, except cornflakes, in a blender to obtain a creamy and homogeneous mixture. Pour into a glass and garnish with cornflakes.
To note: the juice of a lemon makes it possible to cover 1 / 3 daily needs in vitamin C.

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