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Limonene
Definition

What does Limonene do for the body

Limonene is a kind of Cyclic Terpene found in citrus fruits. It has fresh, sweet citrus odor. It gets completely absorbed by the body and boosts the metabolism. Limonene helps to treat Anxiety and Stress. It is a strong Antioxidant that protects the body from the free radicals and Skin Cancer.

Requirement of Limonene per day
500 mg

Benefits of Limonene
Limonene detoxifies and supports the proper functioning of the Liver. Limonene helps to bring down the Cholesterol and dissolve Gallstones. It gives relief from Heartburn and Acid Reflux. It supports proper digestion. Limonene helps to stimulate the Immune System to fight Cold and Flu. The Anti fungal property of Limonene inhibits the growth of Fungus and protects from infection.

Functions of Limonene
Limonene helps the body to absorb Vitamin C. It helps to promote the blood circulation and rejuvenates the Skin. It fades the scars and marks from the Skin. Limonene aids in digestion and gives relief from Water retention. Limonene fights Fatigue and soothes the mind. It restricts hepatic fatty acid buildup in the body and encourages the proper Brain functioning.

Effects of Limonene deficiency
Dull Skin


Effects of Excessive Limonene in the body
Skin Infection
Liver Diseases
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Limonene

Most Effective

Effective

Aframomum Corrorima
Alpinia Malaccensis
American linden
Baeckea Frutescens
Colophospermum Mopane
Croton Antanosiensis
Cyperus Iria
Dacryodes Buettneri
Eucalyptus Alba
Eucalyptus Deglupta
Eucalyptus Grandis
Eucalyptus Viminalis
Ocimum Gratissimum