September 18, 2020

Lemons Are Amazing Cleansers of the Liver

Lemons Health

Lemons and Limes

Without lemons, the world would be a completely different place. Imagine a childhood without lemonade, a tender throat without lemon-honey tea, or summer without lemony baked goods. It’s true for limes, too think of life deprived of guacamole, key lime pie, and limeade. Lemons and limes are an essential part of our human fabric, woven through from ancient to modern times. Is it just their taste that we love so much, though, or is it more than that? Could it be the remarkable healing power of lemons and limes that’s drawn us to them throughout the ages?

The roots of lemon and lime trees go deep into the earth, extracting lots of precious trace minerals that get passed onto you when you consume the fruits. Lemons and limes are ultra-hydrating and electrolyte producing, as they are the highest source of mineral salts and trace mineral salts. Traces of bioavailable sodium in lemons and limes are a driving force in the value they offer our bodies.

These citrus brothers have some of the most extremely absorbable vitamin C around. And you often hear people concerned about where to get their calcium. Look no further than fresh-squeezed lemon or lime, which deals with bioactive calcium that your body craves. Plus, phytochemicals called limonoids in lemons and limes really bond the vitamin C and calcium together, so that wherever one goes in the body, the other rides along. This enhances the bioavailability of each, and also creates alkalinity in the body to help prevent the growth of almost every type of cancer. The antioxidant flavonoids in lemons and limes are another ally in fighting disease. And when you’re dealing with a cold, flu, bronchitis, or pneumonia, lemon is one of the most effective mucus expellers you can find. Lemons and limes are also amazing cleansers of the liver, kidneys, spleen, thyroid, and gallbladder. They purge the many toxic substances we collect from exposure to plastics, synthetic chemicals, radiation, and poor food choices.

When going through any sort of detox process, even if it’s just increasing the number of fruits and vegetables in your diet, it’s a good idea to drink lemon or lime water first thing in the morning. Going through detox without drinking enough water is like taking the trash to the curb with no waste-management service to pick it up. Once detoxification has drawn the gunk out of your cells and tissues (your liver does much of its work overnight), it needs to be flushed out when you wake up otherwise, those toxins settle back in.  Lemon or lime water is more beneficial for this process than plain water, because filtration has often taken the life out of drinking water, and these citrus stars reawaken its healing abilities.

CONDITIONS

If you have any of the following conditions, try bringing Lemons and/or Limes into your life:

Urinary tract infections (UTIs), staph infections kidney disease, rosacea
gallstones kidney stones pancreatitis conjunctivitis
pneumonia bronchitis obesity multiple sclerosis (MS)
rheumatoid arthritis (RA) diabetes mystery infertility, adrenal fatigue
influenza herpes nutrient absorption issues human immunodeficiency virus
head colds acne all types of cancer strep throat
chronic ear infections hepatitis C atrial fibrillation low reproductive system battery
insomnia anxiety migraines hypertension

SYMPTOMS

If you have any of the following conditions, try bringing Lemons and/or Limes into your life:

Muscle pain postnasal drip earache Candida overgrowth
acid reflux toothache digestive discomfort excess mucus
dry mouth fever nausea unquenchable thirst
food allergies arrhythmia vaginal discharge sinus discharge
weight gain vomiting low hydrochloric acid headaches
heartburn cough tremors belching
blurred vision fluid retention blood sugar imbalances head pain
high cortisol nervousness appendix inflammation dehydration

EMOTIONAL SUPPORT

Lemon or lime is the perfect soother when you’ve been upset by tough news. These miracle fruits can change feelings of sadness, distress, and worry, helping to lift the feelings, lighten the heart, and reverse sad during troubled times.

SPIRITUAL LESSON

If you inspect the branches of a lemon or lime tree, you’ll see thorns. this is often as a result of these trees are extraordinarily protecting and wish to make sure that solely the foremost meriting and careful folks harvest their fruit and solely slowly, over time. You can’t just go mindlessly picking a lemon or lime tree bare; it takes mindful appreciation to gather each fruit.

The same is true of human relationships. You may have observed that some people have their guards up they’re prickly or you may have heard this about yourself. Like thorns on a lemon or lime tree, this self-protectiveness is a natural defense mechanism we use to prevent others from coming in and only taking. What we really want, just like lemon and lime trees, is a fruitful relationship of mutual respect, admiration, and symbiosis with those around us. Sometimes it takes a little poke to remind us to take care of each other.

TIPS

  • If there’s someone important in your life and you’d like to see your relationship continue to develop, sit down together and drink tea with lemon. This will enhance conversation, allowing you both to open up and further your involvement.
  • Try drinking two 16-ounce glasses of water (with half a lemon or lime squeezed into each) just after waking
    up, then give your liver half an hour to clean up before eating breakfast.
  • Though you may think you should avoid getting citrus in a cut, fresh lemon or lime juice squeezed on a small cut or abrasion is a powerful disinfecting, antibacterial aid; it can even prevent staph infections.
  • Contrary to popular belief, lemon and lime juice is excellent for oral health. Dilute the juice with some water to make the best antibacterial mouthwash and gum cleanser.
  • If you have difficulty sleeping, a cup of warm water with raw honey and lemon or lime juice squeezed into it can calm busy electrical impulses and neurotransmitters, and aid in restful sleep.
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