Cinnamon

Cinnamon, aka Cinnamomum zeylanicum, can be taken as a tea, spice, inhalant, massage oil, or powder.  It is recommended to help treat respiratory ailments including colds, sinus congestion, and bronchitis.  Cinnamon also aids in digestion as well as circulation.  cinnamon-sticks-and-powder-on-wooden-table

Not only is the ingestion of cinnamon beneficial, but it also useful for the treatment of scabies and lice!

Cinnamon ALSO contains strong antibacterial properties!! Therefore, it can be used to naturally help treat minor cuts and scrapes.

Lemon

Lemons, aka Citrus limon, have been used for generations for their therapeutic properties.  Not only are lemons rich in vitamin C, giving them the capability to boost a consumer’s immune system, but they also obtain a wide range of therapeutic properties.  In fact, the Citrus limon essential oil, expressed from the lemon’s fresh peel, has various applications making it a wonderful contribution to aromatherapy as well.

However, back to the nutritious properties of the lemon, it is rich in vitamin B as well, aids in digestion, controls bladder and kidney infections, contains antibacterial and antiviral properties (great for getting rid of infections!), acts as a blood purifier — improving the body’s ability to release toxins (useful for skin problems such as acne!) … and the list goes on!

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Drink warm water with fresh lemon juice first thing in the morning as a liver tonic!