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May Treat Infections
The lime essential oil may have some antiseptic properties, and it can treat infections and might even protect against their development. More specifically, it can prevent tetanus if you are wounded by iron.
May Prevent Viral Infections
This essential oil can help to fight and protect against viral infections which may cause the common cold, mumps, measles, pox, and similar diseases.
Can Relieve Toothaches
As it can be used as an astringent, lime essential oil may also help in relieving toothaches, strengthening the grip of gums on the teeth, and may protect them from falling out. It can also tighten loose muscles and may give a feeling of firmness, fitness, and youth. This property might also be used to cure diarrhea. The final important benefit of astringents is their plausible ability to stop hemorrhaging by contracting blood vessels.
May Increase Appetite
The very smell of lime oil is mouthwatering. In small doses, it can serve as an appetizer or an aperitif. It can also activate the secretion of digestive juices into the stomach before you even start eating and may increase your hunger and appetite.
Can Treat Bacterial Infections
Lime essential oil is a good bactericide. It can be used in the treatment of food poisoning, diarrhea, typhoid, and cholera, all of which are caused by bacteria. Furthermore, it might cure internal bacterial infections like those in the colon, stomach, intestines, urinary tract, and perhaps as well as external infections on the skin, ears, eyes, and in wounds.
May Reduce Fever
Lime essential oil, since it can be a potentially antiallergenic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, antitussive, cicatrizant, fungicidal and antiseptic substance, might help cure the cause of fever and maybe even eventually reduce it, thereby acting as a possible febrifuge.
Can Promote Blood Coagulation
An agent that can stop bleeding, either by promoting the coagulation of blood or by means of contracting the blood vessels, is considered a hemostatic. Lime oil can be considered a hemostatic, by virtue of its potentially astringent properties, which can help to reduce hemorrhaging by contracting the blood vessels.
Might Prevent Signs of Aging
Lime essential oil can tone up muscles, tissues, and skin as well as the various systems that function in the body, which may include the respiratory, circulatory, nervous, digestive, and excretory systems. This tonic effect can help to retain youth, perhaps for a long time, and may prevent the appearance of aging symptoms which may include hair loss, wrinkles, age spots, and muscle weakness.