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Know the diseases that can be treated with lime


Scientific Name: Citrus aurantifolia
Tagalog: Dayap
English: Lime

Lime is a tree that is only moderately tall, has twigs, and is only thin. It has white and fragrant flowers, while the fruit is rounded, greenish and is known for its rich flavors. The plant is commonly found on Philippine islands.

Nutrients and chemicals that can be obtained from lime:
*The plant extract is available in alkoloids, flavanoids, tannins saponins, steroids, cardiac glycosides and reducing sugar.
*Lime juice contains citric acid, malic acid and tartaric acid. It also contains sugar, pectin and a little salt. It is also rich in vitamin C.

Diseases that can be treated with lime:
1.)Headache - the lime leaf may be placed on the forehead of the person suffering from headaches.
2.)Diarrhea - use of lime root extract is effective for diarrhea.
3.)Dizziness - lime may be absorbed and applied to the nose of the person suffering from dizziness.
4.)Sore throat - can be lathered with lime leaves to alleviate sore throat.
5.)Gastrointestinal disease - in the case of gastrointestinal pain, it should be taken with a lime leaf extract.
6.)Wounds - effective cleansing of the wound is the fresh juice of the lime fruit. Dried lime leaves can also stain the wound for a long time.
7.)Mosquito bites - irritation and irritation of the skin caused by mosquito bites can be wiped with lime juice.




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