Lemon peel is the familiar cut and dried yellow outer layer of the lemon. Although orange peel is more commonly prescribed in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, lemon peel also stimulates the appetite by encouraging the release of gastric juices to digest food, and helps provide vitamin C. Lemon peel is added to scores of herbal teas and herbal formulas for aroma and taste enhancement. Lemon Peel contains Limonene and at least 45 other antioxidant flavonoids, pectin, vitamin C Many people eat lemon peel or add it to teas in order to enhance flavor and impart its delicious, citrusy aroma.
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In Magick, Lemon Peel is ruled by Moon and Water. An excellent herb for all types of healing and cleansing. A great herb used in sachets to improve relationships and raise vibrations where there was arguing and fighting.
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