A - Z of Home Remedies & Cures

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Citrus Fruits Remedies

Citrus Fruits:  Israel Citron, Bergamot Orange, Seville Orange, Sour Orange, Bitter Orange, Marmalade Orange, Blood Orange, Buddha's Hand, Calamansi, Citron, Clementines, Desert Lime, Grapefruit, Greek Citron, Konatsu, Anadomikan, Kaffer Lime, Key Lime, Lemon, Lime, Mandarin Orange, Meyer Lemon, Moroccan Citron, Orange, Tahita Lime, Ponderosa Lemon, Rangpur, Satsuma, Shangjuam, Mediterrenean Sweet Lemon, Taiwan Tangerine, Honeybell, Tangerine, Persian Lime, Blood Orange

Citrus Fruits - Natural remedy for Addiction: (Alcohol, Drugs & Tobacco):   Eat foods high in antioxidants such as citrus fruits and berries as well as spinach and other leafy greens can help with pain and fatigue associated with withdrawal symptoms from alcohol, drugs and tobacco.

Citrus Fruits - Natural remedy for Eating Disorders:  Eating citrus fruits can be an excellent home remedy for eating disorders. They keep the appetite up but at a manageable level. So it is recommended to eat 2-3 oranges a day.

Citrus Fruits - Natural remedy for Gastroenteritis:  Take a glass of any citrus juice such as lemon, orange or pineapple and add some honey, rock salt and about half a teaspoon of corn syrup in it. Slowly sip each of these mixtures alternatively to control and heal this ailment naturally at home. This is one of the most effective gastroenteritis home remedies, especially for reducing initial symptoms.

Citrus Fruits - Natural remedy for Psoriasis: Citrus fruits have flavonoids which reduce allergic auto-immune diseases such as psoriasis and eczema.

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