jueves, 8 de diciembre de 2011

LEMON 1..

It is said that the lemon cure over 150 diseases ... in other words, it would mean that the person who consumes daily at least 1 lemon, do not get sick very often... I could easily come the day that the final hour arrives, as it comes to us all, to die of a "natural death", peacefully, without suffering from fatal diseases like cancer, for example...
It is worth making the effort, taking the time, and consumes at least one lemon every day ... you know the saying: what they say?: an apple a day keeps the Dr. away from mine? Well, sort of ... huahuajua ... 


Now, then, to that apple we should add a lemon...
As we shall see below, the lemon is one of the richest sources of vitamin C, which helps to fight scurvy and pneumonia ... the 150 or 180 illnesses that helps to cure, it is not possible to list here now... let's see it more like a “it cures everything”... and we do it better... how should I take it? ... The treatment is “up first”, and thendown”...
We should do this for a certain period of time, depending on the disease ... if it is mild, we do so for a little time ... if it is chronic, longer ... then we must take a "time" average or 7-day....
We start with 1 lemon the first day... 2 lemons the second day, until the seventh day, with 7 lemons ... then we started down ... 6 lemons the next day ... 5 the day after ... well, until day 14, when back again to 1 lemon... If we are not curing the disease, we rest 3 days, and start the round again...
Do not forget... go with your doctor first...

Until Lemon 2!

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Lemon 2

Warning: never forgotten or be neglected, that we should always go with our Primary Dr. with any health problems you could have ... these home treatments are or additional physician's approval, or emergency when we have not a  doctor nearby, and we have no choice but to deal with that lemon ...
At the Dr., right away!

The lemon is a microbicide fruit par excellence, and we should take lemonade whenever we have an infection of the digestive system, for example ... while you are making lemons treatment, we should not eat fat, no fried foods like eggs, pork chops, rice with pork, etc. ... uufff ... dammit! ... With what I like it…
What we should eat then, in addition to lemon? Vegetables ... you do not like it? Uh uh ... make the effort ...it is just 14 days ... 7 on and 7 "back" ...
Let us Put other things for which the lemon is good: measles ... Diphtheria Erysipelas ... very very tonsils ... cough ... bronchitis ... pimples on your face and body ... ... obesity ... rickets tonsillitis ... stains on the face ... liver ... baldness dandruff ...? ... Leucorrhea ... gonorrhea ... dysentery, etc... And so on. And so on.
Well, if it does not cure all diseases, as some might say, at least we know that there is a cure for something: Thirst: ... when we are thirsty, there's nothing better than a beer! No, no, sorry! Huahauahua…There is nothing better than lemonade with ice! Ahhh, that rich ... but a beer with a few drops of lemon is not bad!
They say they like something fizzy? Put it to a pinch of bicarbonate in the lemonade and wuala: a refreshing drink that quenches our thirst and it is effervescent! What? With a bit of vodka? Mmm ... mmm… maybe ... maybe!
Do not forget: the Dr. is first!

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intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health-care professional
and is not intended as medical advice.  It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and
information from the research of the publisher.  You are encouraged to
make your own health care decisions based upon your own research and in partnership
with a qualified health care professional.
  

LEMON 3

continue from Lemon 2:

the lemon tree is a small perennial fruit tree that can reach over 4 meters high ... the fruit is the lemon, an edible fruit, and fragrant, acidic, used in food ... The tree has a smooth bark and wood yellowish hardwood prized for cabinet work ... botanically, is a hybrid between C. medica (citron or lemon French) and C. aurantium (bitter orange) ...
although others believe it is the result of several crossings between Citrus medica and Citrus aurantifolia ...
It forms an open cup with a profusion of branches, the leaves are elliptical, leathery glossy green matte (5 to 10 cm), with pointed and finely toothed or wavy edges ...
Its flowers have white petals stained thick pink or purple on the outside, with numerous stamens (20-40) ... isolated or forming pairs arise from buds reddish ...
The lemon is native to Asia and was unknown to Greeks and Romans, being first mentioned in the book on agriculture Nabathae to the third or fourth century ... its cultivation was not developed in the West until after the Arab conquest of Spain,
then spreading throughout the Mediterranean coast where it is grown extensively due to the mild climate for domestic and export ...

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Its fruit is high in vitamin C (501.6 mg / L) and citric acid (49.88 g / L) ... used to make desserts (such as rice pudding, in this case the skin is used for flavoring) or natural drinks like lemonade and whipped milk, to which is added a cinnamon. The slices are used as a garnish for drinks ... By the acidity of its juice, can be used to make drinkable water, adding 4 or 5 drops per glass of water and letting it act a few minutes

Fight the flu, headache, scurvy ...
Strengthens gums
Cure gingivitis, swollen gums
Calm neuralgia and nerve twinges
Helps delay premature aging
It purifies the blood
Combating sexual weakness
Avoid spillage of bile
It helps to disinfect wounds
It helps in digestion
It favors the elimination
Of intestinal parasites
Normalizes heart palpitations
Cure chronic insomnia ...
For digestive disorders, it is highly advisable to have a cup of lemon leaves after lunch and dinner ...
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Lemon 5

If your tonsils are swollen, red, and high fever, you can apply the lemon from the start of the crisis through gargling ... shall be used two or three lemons which are squeezed and the juice are extracted with which is gargled several times a day...
You may also, as a preventive measure once a day, especially during seasonal changes, apply compresses with a cotton cloth, dipped in hot lemon juice ... then apply it in the neck and covered with a woolen cloth, to keep you warm ... renew if it starts to cool...
In cases of nosebleeds, should aspire lemon juice well diluted in distilled water, through the nose to stop it ... in the same way, clears the head when suffering a cold...
If you have flu, it is recommended to boil 20 grams of lemon skin on 1/2 liter of water ... take a cup at bedtime ...
If you have ulcers, rashes, sores, etc... You can apply lemon juice on the affected parts ...
The grated rind with a little sugar; it becomes a sure remedy for worms...
Like toothpaste, lemon juice in a glass of hot water removes the plaque from teeth and kills bad breath, but must be ensure to rinse your mouth with clean water to remove the citric acid lemon leaves, as this damages the tooth enamel ..
For arthritis pain, rheumatism and in case of shock, you can massage with lemon cut in half the areas where you feel pain...
In order to oxidize and remove the fat that hinder the work of the heart, take lemon juice in warm water half hour before meals ...
To calm nerves and fall asleep, take in the night, a tea from the flowers of the lemon by boiling one tablespoon of flowers in a cup of water for two minutes ...
Precautions!:

It is not advisable to consume  to much lemons, during the first three months of pregnancy and during lactation ...
It is not appropriate, the use of lemon, for people presenting acidified joint pain characteristic of arthritis, decalcification or osteoporosis with advanced processes ...
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 This information is not
intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health-care professional
and is not intended as medical advice.  It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and
information from the research of the publisher.  You are encouraged to
make your own health care decisions based upon your own research and in partnership
with a qualified health care professional.
  
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