Lemon yellow and black for export

Lemon yellow and black for export

Lemon yellow and black for export

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Lemon yellow and black for export

Lemon yellow and black for export

Lemon yellow and black for export
Botanical Name of Lemon yellow and black for export  (Citrus)
Alternative names
Arabic name
ليمون مجفف

Available Form
Lemon Grass cut ( Size as required )
Lemon Grass fine cut ( T.B.C )
Yellow dried lemon
Black dried lemon
Sun dried lemon
Machine dried lemon
Available all the Year
In Polypropylene bag, weight depend upon form type
Season : Available all the Year
Specifications of Lemon yellow and black for export

Purity 99% purity
Admixing 1%
5% moisture

Medicinal Uses of dried lemon Lemon Balm is anti-viral, so the tea is great to drink if you’re feeling under the weather. The hot tea brings on a sweat that is good for relieving colds, flus and fevers and an anti-viral agent has been found that combats mumps, cold sores and other viruses. James Duke mentions that Lemon Balm can help with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Shingles, due to the anti-viral action. Culinary Uses of dried lemon Dried Lemon Balm is used mainly for tea-if you are going to use the leaves for culinary

purposes, it is best to freeze them. They should keep for about two months
Strengthen the immune system What do you know about the benefits of dried lemon? Dried lemon is added to tea
benefits of dried lemon for export
as a well-known and proven home solution for colds. During illness, but also as a preventive measure against it, vitamin C is exactly the vitamin that gives your immune system a boost. It acts as an antioxidant in the body and thus helps to minimize oxidative stress
This results in faster wound healing and prevents cancer as well as brain and heart diseases. In addition, vitamin C has an antibacterial and antiviral effect and thus additionally strengthens the body’s defense against infection. The lemon in tea not only provides a refreshing taste, but also effective prevention against diseases. But beware, Ascorbic acid is sensitive to heat. Do not add the lemon to the water until it has cooled down to a comfortable drinking temperature

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