Lemon – excellent Blood Cleanser, powerful Antibacterial properties

The main components of the lemon are not nutrients, but the accompanying substances or Phytochemicals. It is rich in vitamin C, which, among other things, improves the absorption of iron, for which half a lemon a day is enough. This vitamin also has powerful antibacterial properties.


Lemon is rich in flavonoids (vitamin P), which act as Antioxidants, thus neutralizing the harmful effects of Free Radicals and help the rejuvenation of cells. It also improves Blood flow through the veins and prevents occurrence of swellings and blood clots. Also they are known for their anti cancer-causing properties.

It is important to eat the rind of lemon, because it contains aromatic terpenes which cleanse the body and protect it from cancer. The lemon has a powerful effect in strengthening the kidneys and removing stones, and also in the fight Against Infections. In the case of inflammation of the mucous membranes in the Eyes (conjunctivitis), two drops of lemon juice two or three times per day are sufficient.

Energy 29 kcal Proteins 1.10 g
Carbohydrate 6.52 g Dietary Fiber 2.80 g
Vitamin A 3.0 µg Vitamin B1 0.040 mg
Vitamin B2 0.020 mg Vitamin B3 0.100 mg
Vitamin B6 0.080 mg Vitamin B9 10.6 µg
Vitamin C 53.0 mg Vitamin E 0.240 mg
Sodium 2.0 mg Calcium 26.0 mg
Phosphor 16.0 mg Magnesium 8.0 mg
Iron 0.600 mg Potassium 138 mg
Zinc 0.060 mg Total Fat 0.300 g
Saturated Fat 0.039 g Cholesterol 0