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The acidic component in lemons does contain some natural lightening properties. In general, it is safe to use. Avoid using lemons on any area that...
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Lemon Balm is possibly effective for: Alzheimer's disease. Taking a standardized extract of lemon balm by mouth daily for 4 months seems to reduce...
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Moderate Interaction - Be cautious with this combination Sedative medications (CNS depressants) interacts with Lemon Balm Lemon balm might cause...
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Lemon balm is LIKELY SAFE when used in food amounts. It’s POSSIBLY SAFE in adults when used in medicinal amounts short-term. It’s been used safely in...
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Lemon balm contains chemicals that seem to have a sedative, calming effect. It might also reduce the growth of some viruses.
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The following doses have been studied in scientific research: BY MOUTH: For mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease: 60 drops per day of a standardized...
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The appropriate dose of lemon for use as treatment depends on several factors such as the user’s age, health, and several other conditions. At this...
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Lemon is safe in food amounts and may be safe in higher medicinal amounts. The side effects of higher amounts of lemon are not known. Applying lemon...
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Lemon has insufficient evidence for: Meniere's disease. There are some reports that a chemical in lemon called eriodictyol glycoside might improve...
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Lemon contains antioxidants called bioflavonoids. Researchers think these bioflavonoids are responsible for the health benefits of lemon.
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Lemon is a plant. The fruit, juice, and peel are used to make medicine. Lemon is used to treat scurvy, a condition caused by not having enough...
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Lemon verbena is a plant. The leaves and the flowering tops are used to make medicine.
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Lemon Verbena has insufficient evidence for: Digestive disorders, anxiety, sleeplessness (insomnia), asthma, cold, fever, gas (flatulence), colic...
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The appropriate dose of lemon verbena depends on several factors such as the user's age, health, and several other conditions. At this time there is...
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