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Lemon and Ginger

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

Herbal Research Ginger
Health Warning: For persons with Gallstones, seek the advice of your doctor


Lemon and Ginger – Natural remedy for Deep Vein Thrombosis:  Two substances present in lemon juice, namely lemon polyphenol and citric acid may help to prevent DVT developing by improving blood circulation. Ginger also improves blood circulation.  Regular intake of a glass of water with one tablespoon of lemon juice and chopped slices of ginger is the easiest solution for blood clot problems.

Lemon and Ginger - Natural remedy for Stomach Ache:  Grate a one inch piece of fresh ginger and squeeze the juice out. Mix with the fresh juice of one lemon. Take this mixture of lemon and ginger juice after meals to prevent stomach aches.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal medications



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