The ever humble lemon. They are cheap to buy, and always available. We use them extensively with food or as a garnishing for our food. We use lemons for cooking in cakes, in chicken dishes and with fish of course. We can make lemonade or have it in hot water, or with tea or herbal teas. Probably something we don’t think very often about is how good a lemon is for us. The juice, the peel, the aromatic oils from the skin. All having amazing health properties. There are a great many health benefits of lemon, and this knowledge has been known for centuries. Information has been passed down through generations, of the wonderful antibacterial and antiviral properties that lemons possess. Lemons contain citric acid, calcium, magnesium, vitamin c, vitamin A, bioflavonoids, pectin and limonene, constituents that help to promote good health. Always dilute lemon juice, as full strength, it can damage the enamel of the teeth.