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momintexas
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Does anyone else drink this on a regular basis?
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If you enjoy it as a tea and the honey does not seem to promote candida overgrowth, that sounds fine. Honey and lemon are very nice to soothe a cough, too. If you do find that honey isn't working for you, stevia can be a good sweetener for any kind of tea or hot lemonade.

(just be sure to rinse mouth with clear water after enjoying a cup of the lemon tea so that the lemon does not dissolve tooth enamel - and wait at least 30 minutes before brushing as the enamel will be soft from the lemon. It needs a half hour to harden up a bit and hold up to brushing).

I would not count on it to be enough liver support, though, if that is why you use it regularly. You'd also need something like MILK THISTLE or DANDELION on board.
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momintexas
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Thank you Keebler!

I actually just drink it as lemon and honey water - no tea. I find myself craving it several times a day now.

My overall "puffiness" has gone way down since starting it back in November.

Trying to decide if it's a coincidence.

I've also finally started to lose some weight after not being able to lose anything for over 2 years.

Thank you again.

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Lemon is a mild liver cleanser.

My hubby drinks lemon water with cayenne pepper every morning.

Your drink sounds much better to me!! How much lemon and honey do you use?

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Hi MannaMe

I use 1/2 of a lemon and 1 tsp of raw, unfiltered local honey.

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