Lemon is an extremely healthy fruit for the heart


Two small lemons are enough for each person for a daily intake of vitamin C. Lemon is an excellent fruit for the preventive treatment of scurvy, colds and viral diseases (due to the high content of ascorbic acid). It is important to eat lemon peel because vitamin C is contained to a greater extent in the peel of the fruit than in the pulp. When you want to eat / use a whole lemon with peel, it is desirable to pour boiling water over the lemon and only then consume or grind it without the basket.
To cleanse and strengthen blood vessels – it is very good to eat a mixture of 2 lemons, 2 oranges and 50 ml of honey. It should be placed immediately in a warm place before consumption. Take 2 small spoons of the mixture with tea or coffee (instead of sugar) twice a day.
Against atherosclerosis – it is useful to make the juice of 6 lemons with 100 grams of chopped garlic. Take one teaspoon a day after meals. It is advisable to drink a cup of water after consuming the drink. This drink dissolves atherosclerotic plaques on the walls of blood vessels. It strengthens blood vessels at the same time making them more elastic. Lemon is generally an indispensable fruit in the treatment and prevention of diseases of the cardiovascular system.
To strengthen the heart muscle, grind 4 large lemons in a blender (or using a meat grinder). Put the mixture in a jar. Add 2 pounds of celery root and leaves and 200 grams of garlic. Keep the mixture in a warm place for half a day, then keep it in the refrigerator. Strain. Drink one tablespoon 3 times daily before each meal.
To calm the nervous system, it is useful to eat lemon with peel due to the action of essential oils and B vitamins. Lemon strengthens the immune system due to the contained vitamins, minerals, phosphorus, fluorine, iron, zinc, magnesium, potassium and calcium. Lemon calms cholesterol metabolism (vitamin C, acids, pectin, insoluble fiber).

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