Lemon is a fruit that is deemed capable of being used for therapeutic purposes. Lemon contains a lot of nutrients, antioxidants, and essential elements. Its nutrients and good taste are the reasons why lemon is used in many recipes and traditional therapies.
Lemon is able to play a role in the natural detoxification process. Natural detoxification by lemon works by stimulating the liver and kidney function, and preventing diseases as a result of the reduction in the content of free radicals. In fact, many people do not know that the greatest nutritional content lies in the lemon peel. The antioxidants owned by lemon are known can prevent some types of cancer.
Frozen lemon anticancer therapy
Lemon is antibiotic and antiviral fruit. The lemon is capable of preventing the growth of harmful microorganisms that cause infections and diseases. Lemon can also be used in the treatments of worms and parasites, and various neurological disorders. Some researchers argue that the lemon is more efficacious than chemotherapy. Chemotherapy damages all cells, both cancer cells and healthy cells, while the lemon does not destroy healthy cells.
Limonoid compound contained inside lemon is a compound thought to be responsible for anticancer abilities. Limonoid compound is required in the treatment of breast cancer. Lemon contains citric acid, and based on several studies that have been done, citric acid has strength of 10 thousand times higher than Adriamycin, a drug commonly used in most chemotherapy.
Limonoid compound is deemed useful for the treatments of various cancer types below:
- Colorectal cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Liver cancer
Consumption of lemon routinely and regularly is highly recommended in some traditional cancer therapies.
Steps in using lemon in cancer therapy:
- Firstly, freeze lemon
- Clean lemon by using baking soda or apple cider vinegar.
- Grate the lemon, peel and pulp at once
- Add the lemon powder into a food or beverage
- Lemon powder has limonoid and antioxidant compounds in large quantities, is able to fight concentrated cancer cells.
The scientists found that lemon at least has 22 anticancer agents, some of which are as follows:
- Citrus pectin
- flavonol glycosides
- Vitamin C
According to a research institute of Australia, the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), lemon is able to reduce the number of cancer cells by 50%. For prevention, everyone is recommended to consume at least 150 g lemon every day.