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Sweet Lemons - More Than Just Lemonade

Sweet lemon is sweet in taste and has a tart and acidic taste. The most common species found in the citrus family, Sweet Lemon (Citrus reticulata) is sometimes also called "Lime Tangelo" by the same people. It's a sub-species of Citrus limonia, which is commonly referred to as Sweet Limon. It's roundish in shape and looks more like an ordinary lime with dark spots that may appear on its skin.

Sweet lime, more commonly called "LIMON Tangelo", is a wild species of citrus, normally thought to be a sub-species of Citrus reticulata, a more common sub-species of the sweet lemon. It's very small and flat like a regular lime in appearance. It has a distinctive odor, resembling a rotting egg or the peel of an orange. It's the more familiar sweet lemon because of its more subtle sweet taste when leaving untinted. Because it's quite popular with food manufacturers, the leaves of this lemon species are distilled to make juice, ice cream, cleansers, sodas, and more.

The benefits of eating sweet lime (and more importantly Sweet lemon) are numerous. It's been known to fight against bacteria, viruses, fungi, and mold/bacteria. It's been used for medicinal purposes in the past. This natural wonder has many benefits that have been documented over the years. Some of these benefits include:

The first benefit is its beauty. As mentioned above, this natural wonder has many beautiful and beneficial uses. In fact, this is one of the most well-known fruits on earth. It grows on trees in California, Mexico, Japan, and several other locations around the world. For example, in India, the trees of the Sweet Lemons are known for their numerous benefits. One of those benefits is the treatment of skin disease.

This is due to its high citric acid content. Citric acid is the main component of lemons and other citrus fruits. It's what gives lemons their ability to give that tart and acidic taste. When the body comes in contact with lemons it will produce acid and wash away dead skin cells. This can help with acne, boils, abscesses, athlete's foot, dandruff, head lice, and pimples. It's also been used for dialysis patients because of its cleansing and lowering effects on blood pressure.

Sweet Lemons have also been used in Chinese medicine for hundreds of years. It has been known to treat colds, flu symptoms, indigestion, inflammations, stomachache, headaches, dizziness, insomnia, nervousness, infections, flatulence, flu, sore throat, insomnia, mouth inflammations, tonsillitis, tongue inflammations, and ulcers. In India, it has been used to reduce inflammation in the lungs, chest, and heart as well as treating asthma and reducing cough. Some have even claimed it can ease depression, headaches, bad breath, acne, diarrhea, dysentery, head colds, headache, inflammation of the stomach, fever, jaundice, kidney disorders, skin disorders, throat infections, and tuberculosis.

In America, the lemon is more popular in sodas, juices, and other food items consumed with a lot of sugar in them. In some places in the United States, lemon laws have been enacted to allow the taking or selling of fresh lemons. Some restaurants offer lemonade instead of regular lemonade. The good side effect of drinking lemonade is that it usually doesn't contain caffeine or any other harmful chemicals.

The lemon is certainly one of God's best creations. It's healthy, inexpensive, and widely available. You should definitely include it in your daily life. Who doesn't need a little sweet lemon pie or lemon water every now and then? A sprinkle of lemon on our salads is healthy and not very expensive either.

One good way to utilize sweet lemons is to make candies, such as M&Ms, so there's always an extra dose of sweetness. Another thing you can do with them is to use them as pesto sauce for pasta dishes. Or you could use them as an alternative to mayonnaise in a salad. You can also eat them plain or used in sauces. They are light on the stomach and have no calories or fat in them.

Sweet lemons are high in vitamins, calcium, and protein. They are also very rich in nutrients including niacin, iron, calcium, magnesium, thiamin, riboflavin, folate, and potassium. They also contain trace minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, and zinc. Because they are so rich, they are good for your body as well. The sweet lemon is high in vitamin C, which helps to prevent colds and flu, and potassium, which helps to lower blood pressure.

These wonderful little fruits will surely bring you a wide range of uses from foods, to medicine, to beauty products, to even as decoration in your home. Sweet lemon definitely has a lot to offer! It is definitely an item that you need to be familiar with. So what are you waiting for?