Snature Fruits says that lemons are not just a culinary delight, lemons are healthy, too, with each lemon packing about 50 grams of vitamin C and B6, as well as magnesium, potassium, antioxidants, and fiber. Lemons get their tartness from high levels of citric acid giving them a pH level between two and three, which means that they are 10,000 to 100,000 more acidic than water, according to Healthline. Lemons stimulate the immune system, soothe sore throats, aid in digestion, cleanse the liver, and lemon water can also boost your energy. Lemons are great for the circulatory system and heart and kidney health, and may even help prevent cancer.
Ubiquitous with cleanliness, lemon-scented cosmetics, perfume, soaps, shampoos, and household cleaning products line store shelves. In actuality, lemon juice can be used to disinfect wooden counters and cutting boards, and a cut lemon can freshen your refrigerator and microwave.