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37 Wacky Uses for ReaLemon® Lemon Juice

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  1. Relieve poison ivy. Applying ReaLemon over the affected areas should soothe itching and alleviate the rash.
  2. Soothe a sore throat. Mix one teaspoon of ReaLemon lemon juice in a glass of water and gargle with the solution every hour. The citric acid in the lemon juice kills bacteria in the throat.
  3. Removes garlic, onion, and fish odors from your hands. Simply rub ReaLemon lemon juice on your skin, then rinse with water.
  4. Clear up facial blemishes. Dab ReaLemon on the blemish a few times a day.
  5. Remove skunk odor. You’ll need several bottles of ReaLemon lemon juice to wash down your body or your pet, but the acids in lemon juice eliminate skunk odor—reportedly better than tomato juice.
  6. Relieve congestion. Mix one tablespoon SueBee Honey and one tablespoon ReaLemon lemon juice in a small glass of warm water and sip the solution. For a stronger concoction, combine equal parts SueBee Honey and ReaLemon, and take one teaspoon at bedtime. Both mixtures help loosen phlegm.
  7. Eliminate odors in your humidifier. Pour three or four teaspoons of ReaLemon into the water. Lemon juice kills bacteria while giving the water a pleasant lemon scent.
  8. Remove the green color from hair dyed by chlorine from a swimming pool. Rinse green hair with full-strength ReaLemon lemon juice until the green vanishes.
  9. Relieve rough hands or sore feet. Apply ReaLemon, rinse, then massage with olive oil.
  10. Prevent peeled or sliced apples from browning. Toss the peeled or sliced apples into a bowl of water and one tablespoon ReaLemon Lemon Juice.
  11. Clean brass, copper, and stainless steel kitchen sinks. Make a paste from ReaLemon and salt, scrub gently, then rinse with water.
  12. Remove a wart. Using a Q-Tips Cotton Swab apply a dab of ReaLemon lemon juice directly to the wart. Repeat for several days until the acids in the lemon juice dissolve the wart.

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