How Lime Can Improve Your Appetite

Like many other fruits, lime is an incredible way to help regain an appetite. Lime is especially used in helping to treat those who suffer from anorexia. Since it is a natural and stable treatment, it is favored over many other types of treatments. Sprinkling a little bit of ginger or the lime (cut into slices), has been proven time and time again to help improve appetite in nearly every single person that has give it a try. If you do not want to eat the lime slices, you can mix things a little differently. Just take two teaspoons of lime juice and mix it with an equal amount of ginger. Add about one gram of rock salt and place the entire mixture in the sun for about three days. After the three days are up, just take a teaspoon after each and every single meal and your appetite should improve in no time at all.

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