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Hi If you google this part of your question, rinse my mouth out daily with lemon juice, Your find all the answer and lots more, its a very...
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I would rather that you SEE your medical provider and have it properly treated. A person with diabetes can have toe or foot infections that quickly...
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I see no reason why you couldn't eat lemons while pregnant.  It's common to add lemon (juice) to marinades, water, salad dressings or...
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Intense urinary burning? Strong smell? Frequent urination?  Yes, that sounds like a problem to me.These are three common signs of a urinary...
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Hi If this is a plaque problem, try cayenne pepper,At www.cayennepepper.info Down the left hand side your find were to look, I take cayenne pepper...
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Hi Try this, its a UK thing, get to a deli, get some good cheddar cheese, good strong stuff, get yourself some good bread, and some good strong...
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If putting lemon and sugar on your face was therapeutic and effective for skin problems, everyone would be doing it. Lemons have high acid content...
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No, drinking lemon juice will NOT prevent a stomach virus. The citric acid on lemons can damage teeth if you eat them excessively, but in moderation...
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I do not see how drinking something acidic (lemon juice is citric ACID) will make your body alkaline. Doesn't make sense.I have never heard that...
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Here is some information on Skin Changes that may be helpful to you. Unfortunately, this site is not a substitute for medical care. A doctor would...
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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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