Magical benefits of lemons

Recently, The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has published a series of studies on lemon juice, which works for many diseases

While billions of dollars have been poured into research and development of medicines, scientists have shown that lemon juice can alleviate and even cure many diseases. It is believed that lemons have therapeutic uses such as detoxifying the body by stimulating the liver and kidney function, boosting the immune system and reducing the effects of free radicals.


Recently, The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) said that a lemon has a 50% anti-cancer effect, and recommended consuming at least 150 grams of orange peel or frozen lemons every week. Because a lemon contains up to 22 anti-cancer substances including limonene, citrus pectin, glycosides flavonol, and vitamin C.

However, the scientists especially emphasized the protective effect and cancer treatment support of lemon peel, which contains the limonoids that have anti-cancer properties. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), about 219 million people suffer from malaria, with 660,000 deaths each year. For treatment of this disease, patients are often prescribed drugs which have the side effects affecting the digestive system, nervous system, cardiovascular system, liver and kidney function.

But a recent study found that lemon juice can significantly increase the ability to cure the disease when being combined with conventional medications, which can reduce the side effects of the drug. A recent study found that food poisoning in seafood salads - popular dishes in coastal cities in the US are usually made from fish that are completely removed by lemon juice.

Scientists have also discovered that lemon juice can be used to disinfect water by killing norovirus - a group of viruses that cause diarrhea, vomiting, and abdominal pain as well as Escherichia coli. It is reported that lemon juice has the potential to reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer.

Every year, cigarettes kill nearly 6 million people worldwide. A comparative clinical trial of nicotine gum and lemon juice extract showed that "this type of drink can be used effectively in support of smoking cessation.


Nowadays many people only know the benefits of lemon juice for health without knowing the use of lemon peels. Therefore, when we use lemons, we still get rid of the lemon peels. But lemon peels are the medicine that can cure many diseases.

Recently, Australian scientists have researched and discovered antioxidant compounds and essential oils in lemon peels to fight many diseases. The lemon peels consist of essential enzymes, vitamins, minerals, vitamin C, vitamin P, calcium, potassium, fiber, limonene, etc. Lemonade is thought to have a protective effect on heart problems, acne treatment, and cholesterol. Lemon peels also have a fever-reducing effect in malaria. When you have malaria, drink a glass of warm lemon juice within five minutes to help reduce the fever.

By: Alan Smith

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