A NEW twist on the lemon drink!
Updated: Aug 28, 2020
Everyone's heard of having a cup of lemon water first thing in the morning to detoxify the body, wake up the digestive organs, promote elimination and boost immunity. I really enjoy waking up to this refreshing drink, however I always find my teeth get very sensitive - some people suggest using a straw but even still I find it a little uncomfortable.
An instant pick-me-up, promoting energy and mental clarity without the sensitive teeth! I am excited to share that I have now found a solution - simply add a drop of Young Living Lemon Essential Oil (featured in the Young Living Premium Starter Kit) to a glass of warm water! Genius!
All the benefits of the traditional lemon drink with out the acidic nature of the juice. The Essential Oil is cold pressed from the peel and contains of 68% of di-limonene. Always choose a therapeutic grade essential oil, and avoid synthetic 'fragrant oils'.
Another Ayurvedic tip is that honey should never be warmed or heated... It changes the properties of the honey removing many of the health benefits and making it more toxic for the body. So if you like to add honey to your lemon water, have it at room temperature.
Live Wisely, Abbie x
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This information is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure. It is for informational/educational purposes only, and provides Ayurvedic insight about how you can best support your body through seasonal changes.
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