|2 lemons and 1 tablespoon Raw Agave Syrup (less or more depends on how sweet/tart you like your lemon aid) makes a healthy refreshing drink. Don't go over board with lemons they can also wear down the enamel on your teeth if you suck on them often. You can also drink from a glass straw http://ecochildsplay.com/2009/01/23/5-reasons-to-switch-from-plastic-straws-to-glass-straws/so the acid found in citrus fruits will not affect your enamel as much. You can rinse with flouride and flouridated water to help rebuild some of the enamel. |
Lemons also, help burn fat and helps in the aid of digestion.
Are a great source of vitamin B6, iron and potassium, and a very good source of dietary fiber and vitamin C. They also contain calcium, copper, folic acid, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus and zinc.
Lemon Juice is Anti-Bacterial
You can use a solution of half lemon juice and half hot water as an effective gargle for mouth ulcers, canker sores and sore throats. The anti-bacterial properties make it highly effective. Lemon juice can even be dabbed directly on cold sores.