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Honey and Lemon Juice Remedies

Other Names: Honey Is a beverage and a medicine. Honey is not an Herb.
Tradfitional Usages: Assists Digestion, Decreases Acidity, Burns, Frostbite, Colic, Dry Cough, Inflammations, Involutary Twitching of the Mouth and Eyes, To keep Singer's Throats in Condition, Tuberculosis,  Cuts, Scratches, Fistula, Boils, Animal Bites, Stings of Mosquitoes,  Bees, Wasps, Fleas, Infected Wounds, Insomnia, Rheumatism, Arthritis, Stomach Ulcerations, Gangrene, Surgical Wound Infections, Bronchitis, Asthmatic Bronchitis, Sore Throats,
Resources: Worldwide
Parts Used: Try to buy Wildflower Honey
Health Warning: Honey is generally safe when taken in typical food amounts, however, there can be potentail adverse effects if consumed excessively.

Honey and Lemon Juice - Natural remedy for Appendicitis: Take one teaspoon of raw honey with half a teaspoon of lemon juice for indigestion associated with appendicitis.

Honey and Lemon Juice - Natural remedy for Cough:  For most coughs use raw honey and lemon to cure a cough naturally. Fill a pan with water, add a medium-sized lemon and boil for 10-15 minutes. Extract the juice from the lemon. Add the juice to a half cup of raw honey. Take one tablespoon three times a day.

Honey and lemon Juice - Natural remedy for Croup: Squeeze the juice from one lemon in a cup add 2 or 3 teaspoons of raw honey. Microwave or heat until warm. Drink several teaspoonfuls. Save the rest for later.

Honey and Lemon Juice - Natural remedy for Obesity: Drink a glass of warm water mixed with lemon juice and raw honey first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. This is one of the best ways to lose weight naturally.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal medications


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