When I was told there was a lemon size mass in my lung, all I could think about was this giant (non organic - they are bigger) lemon growing in me. The visual obviously stuck. Every day, every night. The lemon. All I could see when I left my house was the color of lemons, lemon handbags, lemon scarfs, lemon slippers, lemon plates, lemon napkins, lemon lemon lemons. The signs are everywhere!
And then a friend sent me an article about how lemons can help CURE cancer. WHAT!?!
The next day my Reiki therapist said to sleep with lemon oil in the diffuser and to rub lemon oil on me. The crazy part is she did not know about the lemon reference.
•Studies have revealed that lemon extract can successfully destroy malignant cells in a wide range of cancers, including breast cancer, colon cancer, and lung cancer. Additionally, the studies also show that lemon extract therapy only affects malignant cells, leaving healthy cells unharmed.
•Because lemons are very versatile in a wide variety of dishes, it can be very easy to ensure that you have lemon in at least one of your meals each day. At the very least, you can add lemon juice to water and drink a glass of lemon water every day. This ensures that you get a good dose of Vitamin C. However, because the peel of the lemon actually contains a much larger amount of important vitamins than the juice, it is recommended that you find ways to incorporate the peel into your daily diet as well.
•One of the easiest ways to accomplish this is to either peel a lemon and place the peel in the freezer, or simply freeze a whole lemon. Then you can grate as needed, adding it to salads, soups, fish, chicken, rice, pasta, and many other dishes. You can add it to seltzer, to smoothies and other drinks and you can blend the entire lemon in a Vitamix as part of your smoothie.from Hope4cancer.com