Some properties of lime are including:
Take two to four handfuls of lime leaves. Boil in two to four cups of water. Use this cooking water to compress a patient with fever by washing a cloth in boiling water and being squeezed, and then, it's placed on forehead.
2. Chronic cough
Squeeze a ripe lime. Take one teaspoon of the juice. Mix with soy sauce. Drink three times a day.
Another way is by baking lime briefly over a flame until you expect the juice boiling. Let stand briefly until the lime is lukewarm. Halve the lime and directly squeeze into your mouth so that it flows into your throat. This recipe is also good for colds.
Prepare twenty-five grams of spiny amaranth leaves, two chicken eggs, one half of lime, two tablespoons of pure honey, and ten grams of elephant's foot leaves. Leaves of spiny amaranth and elephant's foot are cleaned, pounded, and taken the juice. The juice is mixed with egg yolks, lime, and honey. Stir until smooth and take two times a day.
4. Smoking habit
Suck a lime. The sour and fresh taste makes you inflamed for drinking water. Do it several times a day. This way, other than reducing desire to smoke, helps to clean nicotine that's been attached to teeth and mouth.
5. Unpleasant underarm odor
Prepare lime with limestone paste. After bathing, apply this mixture on the armpits and let some time before being washed. Do it in the morning and afternoon.
6. Other properties
Lime juice mixed into tea, in addition to refresh the body, is able to facilitate the discharge of urine.
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