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A Chinese Orange has been found to be effective in curing Cough and Cold

   Chinese orange is a small tree with small leaves, white and fragrant flowers. This green and round fruit is a common and well-known ingredient and spice in many foods, sauces, and drinks. It is originally from the Philippines.

The nutrients and chemicals that can be extracted in the Chinese orange are:
*lime- contains aldehydes, sesquiterpenes, beta-pinene, linalool, lonely acetate, tannin, glucoside, and cyanogenetic substance.
*Citrus juice - is rich in vitamin C.

Diseases that can cure Chinese orange:
1.)Cough - should take vitamin C rich vitamin C to be used to help fight cough.
2.)Cold - cold symptoms can be helped by drinking lime juice that comes from the juice of the lime.
3.)Sore throat - Chinese orange juice can also help the mood of the person suffering from sore throat. The juice of lime juice should only be taken as a juice.
4.)Skin darkening - Skin darkening can be resolved by regular application of sliced lime before going to bed.
5.)Acne - can dislodge the Chinese orange and apply it directly to the skin that is affected by acne. The strong juice of lice can help to destroy the germs that cause the pimple.
6.) Newborn - The lining of the larynx can be washed to the newborn mother.
7.) High Blood Pressure - Consumption of lighter leaf juice is lowering the blood pressure.

Disclaimer: OFW Buddy and its article may contain general information relating to various medical conditions and their treatment. Such information is provided for informational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitue for advice provided by a doctor or other qualified health care professional. Patients should not use the information contained herein for diagnosing a health or fitness problem or disease. Patienst shoudl always consult with a doctor or other health care professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis and treatment.

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