Sour Health

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Despite it's acidic potency, lemons pack a powerful healthy punch. It's been said to be the relief or cure for 15 ailments that include the following: Acne, anxiety, canker sores, chills, flu, corns, eczema, fatigue, bad breath, hypertension, bug bites, insomnia, rheumatism, digestion issues and vericose veins. 

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augusta citizen
augusta citizen 09/17/11 - 08:43 pm
I'm trying to click on Sylvia

I'm trying to click on Sylvia Cooper's apparently serious column, getting a lemon stuck on a fork?

Connor Threlkeld
Connor Threlkeld 09/17/11 - 08:58 pm
Sorry, my fault, bad link.

Sorry, my fault, bad link. I'll fix it now.

Riverman1 09/17/11 - 09:42 pm
About lemons, I take any

About lemons, I take any study saying something is good for you with a dose of skepticism. I think you could do a study on everyone having a shot of bourbon everyday and it would say it helped them get into an Ivy League college, have a successful career with a wonderful sex life and live to be 100.

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