We know that the lemons are rich in vitamin C, and inevitable when suffering from colds or flu. The juice, pulp, peel: You shouldn’t throw absolutely anything from lemons! Even its glowing yellow color is designed to cover our table and give us comfort and energy. Even though we use lemons for many remedies, drinks, dishes, etc. we can use in the household in many interesting ways.
Here are some of them.
9 Different Uses Of Lemons
A decoration of the table
If you do not have any table decoration before hosting a dinner, and it’s too late to go to the flower shop, lemon will be more than beneficial to you. Simply, take a larger glass bowl or a cake stand and place as many lemons as possible on it, preferably with leaves.
If you add lemon and several walnuts, hazelnuts or almonds, the atmosphere will be more relaxed, and your table will shine.
Lemon as laundry bleach
With this discovery, you can freely forget about the use of harmful bleachers of white laundry. To revive the freshness and whiteness, simply add ¼ or ½ cups of fresh lemon juice to each wash. You will be surprised with the results, we give you our word.
A fast remedy for a sore throat
We bring you a natural, very effective remedy for a sore throat that you may not have heard before. All you need to do is to cut the lemon in half and hold it over the stove until the bark becomes golden brown.
Leave the lemon to cool, then squeeze the juice and mix it with a spoon of honey and drink it.
If you want brighter strands in your hair, you do not need an expensive trip to the hairdresser’s salon. What you need is the “miracle” lemon.
Squeeze two lemons into a little water and let it stand for an hour. Strain the liquid and pour into the spray bottle. Spray the hair with this solution before washing it and leave it to work for half an hour. Afterward, rinse your hair.
Clean the grater
If you have trouble clearing your grater after you’ve been shredding cheese or some other sticky food, simply rub it with a lemon half on both sides of the grater several times. Later, just rinse it with water and that’s it.
A few more helpful tips
If at your party you do not want everywhere around the house to collect the toothpicks that your guests used on each tray of appetizers. You should place a lemon on which you hung a small label that says it’s a place for toothpicks.
You can also extract the odors that have accumulated on your cutting board. Simply slice one lemon in half and rub the board with it. Later, rinse under cold water.
To extract the juice from the lemon and to make it easier to squeeze, place it in the microwave for 20 seconds before squeezing.
And the very last tip is to remind you that you can prevent darkening in apples and pears that were previously cut, by coating them with lemon juice.