Do You Need To Boost Your Immune System?
Lemon Essential Oil is a great go-to oil when everyone in the house is starting to get sick. It is a good way to help boost your immune system to fight your sickness faster! That is always a good thing. My husband grew up in a tropical place and used to eat lemons all the time and he didn’t get sick very often. But here in Minnesota, there aren’t any lemon trees available so we just stick with Lemon Essential Oil most of the time.
I usually put the oil in my water. I put 1-2 drops in the bottom of my empty water class (be sure to use glass and not plastic) and then pour the water in the glass. When you do it this way the oil gets mixed in throughout the water instead of just sitting on top. And it helps me drink more water because it helps to give the water a better taste.
When my children are sick I put 1 drop of the Lemon Essential Oil on their spine. This helps to get the oil to all parts of their bodies quickly.
Since Lemon is citrus it can change the color of your skin if put on there before going out in the sun for a long time. So only use lemon on your skin if you will be inside or wear clothes to cover the area it was put on.
What else does Lemon do?
Along with boosting the immune system, Lemon also other medicinal properties.
- Improves microcirculation
- May increase white blood cells
- Improves memory
- Rich in limonene (combat tumor growth)
What else can it be used for?
- Circulatory problems
- Urinary tract infections
- Varicose veins
- Digestive problems
Have you used Lemon Essential Oil? If so, let me know how below.
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Life Science Publishing. (2014). Essential Oils desk reference. Sixth Edition.