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Lemon and Garlic

Other Names: Lemon, Citrus Medica, Limone, Neemoo, Leemoo, Citrus Limon
Traditional Usages: Gargle for Sore Throat, Hiccough, Dropsy, Jaundice, Hysterical Palpitations of the Heart, Malaria, Builds Immunity against Colds and Influenza, Tonic, Detoxify the Body, Kidney Stones, Embalming, Scurvy, Fevers, Rheumatism,
Resources: India, Mediterranean
Parts Used: Fruit, Juice, Rind, Oil


Lemon and Garlic - Natural remedy for Colds: Mix a teaspoon of crushed fresh garlic with the freshly squeezed juice of one lemon and a little honey. Take this twice daily.

Lemon and Garlic - Natural remedy for Dandruff:  Blend together one tablespoon of lemon juice with 2 tablespoons of garlic. Make a paste and apply to the scalp. Lemon juice is a natural antiseptic and will clear away flakes. Garlic is a natural antibiotic and will kill the bacteria on the scalp to begin the healing. Leave on the scalp for 15-20 minutes and then shampoo as usual.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal medications



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