Lemon Water- Is this The Cure For Coronavirus?

 In recent months, the coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on all of us. As we search for ways to protect ourselves and our loved ones from this deadly virus, we may have come across some odd ideas regarding prevention - such as drinking lemon water as a cure for COVID-19. But is there any truth behind this claim? In this blog post, we will investigate the claims of lemon water being a cure for coronavirus and discuss the real scientific evidence behind it. Read on to learn whether or not consuming lemon water can protect you from the virus.

What is coronavirus?

 A coronavirus is a type of virus. Many coronaviruses exist but only some cause disease. A new coronavirus termed SARSan epidemic) of the respiratory system called COVID-19. 

 Coronaviruses are widespread in many animal species – from camels and cattle to cats and bats – and only occasionally jump from animals into humans, or between people, as with MERS-CoV, SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) and the SARS-CoV (the virus that caused the 2002-2004 outbreak of SARS).

 While most people who become infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment, Older people, and people with underlying medical problems such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer, are at higher risk of developing severe illness.

 The only way to avoid infection is to stay up-to-date about COVID-19 virus, the disease and how it spreads. Protect yourself and others from infection by washing your hands with soap and water or using an alcohol-based rub regularly and avoid touching your face.

 Since COVID-19 is mainly passed among those infected when coughing or sneezing through saliva or nasal discharge getting into the air and onto others, ought not you.

What are the symptoms of coronavirus?

There are a few symptoms associated with coronavirus, which include:



-Shortness of breath

 These symptoms can range from mild symptoms to very severe, and could lead to death. If you have any of the above symptoms, seek medical assistance immediately. Until now there is no specific treatment for coronavirus, but early detection could lead to effective response and treatment. The treatment of coronavirus mainly concentrates on relieving symptoms and supportive therapy, ventilatory. In severe conditions, the patient are hospitalised and need for ventilator.

What is Lemon Therapy

 Lemon therapy nowadays not only refers to lemon (Citrus limon), but also to lemon essential oil, a commonly used plant-based treatment for multiple diseases, including coronavirus, since lemon water is believed to be a good supplement to boost the immune system that required high vitamin C.

 Lemon water is good for the digestion, reducing stress and to prevent constipation, it helps for detoxification, and weight loss. Lemon essential oil helps for colds, flu and respiratory infections.

 However, based on the fact that lemon water can heal many diseases, there is no scientific evidence that it cannot cure coronavirus.

Can lemon water cure coronavirus?

 Can the popular cure-all of lemon water tackle corona too?

Scientifically, we don't know if it can enhance your immune system, and it's not proven to reduce fever or viruses. But user-reports indicate that lemon water might help with the common cold and influenza.

 There are many way to prepare this drink starting from simply squeezing fresh lemon into the water or adding honey and other ingredients. Frankly, there is no right recipe, so experiment until you find a recipe you like.

 If you do decide to start drinking lemon water in order to protect yourself from coronavirus, make sure you are still getting lots of other fluids as well. We need to drink water to be healthy, so if you are drinking lemon water, make sure you are also drinking your daily allotted amount of water. 

How to make lemon water

Assuming you would like a list of instructions on how to make lemon water:

 1. Wash lemon to get rid of bacteria or debris on the outside.

 2. Halve the lemon and then squeeze it into the glass or pitcher using a juicer or reamer.

 3. Stir in the water, to taste. More or less water than indicated here.

4. Enjoy your refreshing lemon water!

2 drops of lemon in nose can prevent Covid

2 drops of lemon in nose can prevent Coronavirus

 This very basic home remedy is being spread across social media as a cure for Coronavirus: ‘Citric acid in lemon juice kills the virus’.

 While there’s no actual scientific data to support this claim, but try it and see! The ancient Romans recognised this as a handy naturopathic way to immunise oneself. Take two drops of lemon juice and pour them into each nostril. Then sniff hard. Do this once or twice a day.

 Please check with your own physician first if you do have an existing medical condition. 


 Although it is true that lemon water can be used to stay hydrated and that it may have certain health benefits, it certainly isn’t an effective ‘coronavirus cure’ as it is so widely portrayed in memes that you are bound to have seen. The fact is that there is no coronavirus cure at this stage in time, and what people can do to lower the chance of infection or illness resulting from COVID-19 is to practise social distancing, particularly when in public spaces, use masks when necessary, wash their hands with soap and water frequently or use hand sanitisers, and avoid touching their faces. This kind of preventive measures if followed through will go a long way in safeguarding us all during this difficult period.