If you go at the same pace as modern medicine, you probably know that the combination of lemon juice and baking soda has become quite popular these days.
It is used in the treatment of many ailments, and scientists say there is a huge possibility that it may destroy cancer cells.
The first study based on this issue was conducted in 1970, and there are 20 similar studies so far. They all gave the same results – lemon can destroy 12 cancer types. One of world’s most powerful drug manufacturers said the same.
According to these studies, lemon inhibits cancer growth and metastasis. The findings show that lemon is 10,000 more effective than chemotherapy and drugs like Adriamycin.
Potential cancer treatment
Citrus fruits, especially lemons can prevent the development of abnormal cancer cells. There is a huge possibility that they might even cure cancer, but such powerful finding has to be confirmed with more trials and research.
When used together, lemon and baking soda work amazing. Sodium bicarbonate balances pH values and prevents further metastasizing.
Chemotherapy may show good results, but the bad thing is that it destroys both normal and abnormal cells. Lemon juice and baking soda on the other hand, only destroy cancer cells and does not have side effects that could lead to severe health problems.
The treatment involves taking a dose of 2 teaspoons of fresh lemon juice and a teaspoon of baking soda first thing in the morning. Keep in mind that only organic lemons will give you the desired effect. Every other product is sprayed with pesticides and treated with chemical fertilizers.
Cancer patients are not the only target group of this therapy. It can be applied in the treatment of both cysts and tumors.
Lemons have an amazing antimicrobial power, due to their high vitamin C content. They show great success when applied in patients who deal with bacterial and fungal infections.
The citrus fruit is used in the common treatment of internal parasites and worms. Drink fresh lemon juice to normalize your blood pressure. Lemons have shown to reduce stress, meaning that they may be used as antidepressants as well.