A lot of people use lemon only occasionally- either to season meals or squeeze it in tea or water for flavor. However, if this is the only use of this fruit in your life, you’re missing out a lot. Namely, as written on Organic Facts, this fruit is rich in vitamin C, B6, A, and E, and copper, iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, and zinc. Therefore, it has a long list of beneficial uses. Take a look at the best ones:

Purifies the air

Slice a ripe green lemon into four pieces and put the lemon on a plate. Pour salt around the lemon and put the plate on your bed stand. Healthy Magazine 365 explains that this will remove all negative energy from your bedroom by absorbing it. Therefore, get rid of the lemons in the morning and replace it with a new one.

Increases focus

Celestine Vision writes that lemon essential oil has an uplifting and energizing effect. So, it betters the concentration and increases alertness. You can diffuse lemon essential oil at work or you can whiff of a cut lemon.

Brightens nails

As seen on Livestrong, you need to apply a mixture of 3 tbsp of olive oil and 1 tbsp of lemon on each nail to lower the yellowness.

Lowers blood pressure

As written on True Activist, if you have high blood pressure, you need to drink a mixture of lemon juice and warm water on an empty stomach in the morning to balance the pressure.

Treats respiratory infections

Gargling lemon water is great for respiratory infections as it is rich in anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Fights off dandruff

Massage several tbsp of lemon into your scalp and then rinse it with water.

Softens calluses

If you have rough areas on the elbows and knees, rub a mixture of lemon juice and baking soda onto the affected areas. Next, rinse the skin with equal parts of lemon juice and water. At the end, massage a bit of olive oil into the skin.

Disinfection of cuts

If you have a minor cut or scrape, hold a cotton ball soaked in lemon juice over the affected area for a minute, to prevent possible infections.

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A lot of people use lemon only occasionally- either to season meals or squeeze it in tea or water for flavor. However, if this is the only use of this fruit in your life, you’re missing out a lot. Namely, as written on Organic Facts, this fruit is rich in...