Description: Lemon has not been new to India. The lemon tree is one of the oldest cultivated fruit plants, originated from India. The Indians have been using in different forms. It also contains citric acid, which is essential requisite for all human beings. It keeps our digestion good and act as cleansers when toxicity pile up in the liver, kidneys, bowels, lungs, or skin. It is one of nature's five best sources of ascorbic acid. Lemon juice, fresh, canned, concentrated and frozen, or dehydrated and powdered, is primarily used for lemonade, in carbonated beverages, or other drinks. It is also used for making pies and tarts, as a flavouring for cakes, cookies, cake icings, puddings, sherbet, confectionery, preserves and pharmaceutical products. A few drops of lemon juice, added to cream before whipping, gives stability to the whipped cream.
Lemon peel can be candied at home and is preserved in brine and supplied to manufacturers of confectionery and baked goods. It is the source of lemon oil, pectin and citric acid. Lemon oil, often with terpenes and sesquiterpenes removed, is added to frozen or otherwise processed lemon juice to enrich the flavour. It is much employed as a flavouring for hard candies.
Lemon juice is widely known as a diuretic, antiscorbutic, astringent, and febrifuge. In Italy, the sweetened juice is given to relieve gingivitis, stomatitis, and inflammation of the tongue. Lemon juice in hot water has been widely advocated as a daily laxative and preventive of the common cold, but daily doses have been found to erode the enamel of the teeth. Prolonged use will reduce the teeth to the level of the gums. Lemon juice and honey, or lemon juice with salt or ginger, is taken when needed as a cold remedy.
Care: Easy to care.
NOTE: Image is an indicative purpose only. Actual plant will be based on the nursery supplies.
Lemon seedless plant
- Product Code: PL-lemon-seedless-plant
- Availability: In Stock
- Ex Tax: 449₹