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Nutrition Basics


(Citrus Aurantifolia)

  • Lime Description
  • Lime Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Lime Dosage Information
  • Lime Safety & Interaction Information
  • Lime Essential Oil & Herbal Products

  • Lime Fruit



    A lime is a citrus fruit, which is typically round, lime gree, 1.2 to 2.4-inches in diameter, and containing acid juice vesicles. There are several species of citrus trees whose fruits are called limes, including the Key Lime (Citrus aurantifolia), Persian Lime (Citrus x latifolia), Kaffir Lime (Citrus hystrix), and Desert Lime (Citrus glauca).

    Key Lime Pie

  • Key Lime is a citris hybrid (C. micrantha x C. medica) with a globose fruit, 1 to 2-inches in diameter, that is yellow when ripe but usually picked green commercially. It is smaller and seedier, with a higher acidity, a stronger aroma, and a thinner rind, that that of the Persian Lime. It is valued for its unique flavor compared to other LImes, with the Key Lime usually having a more sweet and bitter flavor. The name comes from its association with the Florida Keys, where it is best known as the flavoring ingredient in Key Lime pie. It is also known as West Indian Lime, Bartender's Lime, Omani Lime, or Mexican LIme, the last classified as a distinct race with a thicker skin and darker green color. Philippine varieties have various names, including dyap and bilolo.

  • Persian Lime vs Key Lime Fruit

  • The Persian lime is a seedless variety from a nearly thornless tree. It is of hybrid origin, most likely from a cross between Key Lime and either Lemon (Citrus x limon) or Citron (Citrus medica). Although there are citrus species that are referred to as limes, C x latifolia is the most commonly cultivated Lime species for commerical use, and accounts for the largest share of fruits sold as limes.

  • Kaffir Lime Fruit

  • The Kaffir Lime is a fruit native to tropical Asia including India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. It is used in Southeast Asian cuisine and the oil from it is used in perfumery.
    Desert Lime Fruit

  • The Desert Lime is a thorny shrub or small tree native to Queensland, New South Wales, and South Australia. Citrus glauca is one of the most resilient Citrus species, and is comparatively heat, drought, and cold tolerant. The species is potentially important for Citrus-breeding programs and readily hybridizes with many common Citrus species. It is a highly prized bushfood and the fruit is used in a range of products including marmalades, beverages, and succade. It has a strong lime-like flavor and is beginning to become domesticated. Commercial cultivation is reducing the reliance on wild-harvested product.


    Limes are an excellent source of Vitamin C and are often used to accent the flavors of foods and beverages. They are grown year-round in tropical climats and are usually smaller and less sour than lemons, although varieties may differ in sugar and acidic content.

    Limes originate from the Middle East, and were first grown on a large scale in Persia (now Iran) and southern Iraq. A member of the Rutaceae family and native to India, the Lime tree was first introduced to Europe by the Moors. Then, in the sixteenth century, it was brought to North America by Spanish explorers. The tree's green fruit was kept on board ships (called lime juicers) to help prevent scurvy among the ships' crews. Scurvy is a disease brought on by vitamin C deficiency. Originally from Asia, it is now cultivated in most warm countries, especially Italy, the West Indies and the Americas. It is an evergreen tree growing up to 4.5 meters (15 feet) high with smooth, green leaves, stiff sharp spines and small, white flowers. The fruit is green and although there are many varieties they usually measure about two inches in diameter.

    Lime essential oil from lime peels


    Lime essential oil is extracted from Citrus aurantifolia (also known as Citrus medica var. acida and C. latifolia) and is also known as Mexican and West Indian lime, as well as sour lime. Lime oil can be extracted by expression or by distillation - the peel of the unripe skin by cold expression or the peel and / or the whole ripe fruit by steam distillation. Lime oil obtained by steam distillation of the fruit rinds does not have a phototoxic effect on the skin, whereas oil obtained from cold expression must be used with care when it comes to exposure to sunlight. Lime oil has a sharp, sweet, lively, tangy citrus peel smell and is pale yellow to light olive in color. Lime oil is now used to medicinally to restore the nervous system. The oil also has antiseptic properties that help fight infection, thus making it an effective remedy to alleviate skin blemishes and protect the body from viruses. In addition, Lime oil has an astringent compound that is believed to tighten the skin and connective tissue and is used to fight cellulite and to tone the skin in general. With its stimulating, fresh scent, this clear smelling citrus oil can help lift depression and lighten your mood when feeling blue and is considered uplifting for both the body and the spirit when used in aromatherapy. The powerful fragrance is said to lift fatigue and counter apathy. It is used to flavor ginger ale and cola drinks, and also used in the perfume industry. The main constituents in the distilled lime oil are a-pinene, b-pinene, myrcene, limonene, terpinolene, 1,8-ceneole, linalool, borneol, citral and traces of neral acetate and geranyl acetate.


    Lime essential oil is used for treating infections, warts, sore throats, oily skin and acne, lack of appetite, fatigue, depression and lack of concentration. Lime oil contains bergapten, linalool, citral, limonene and camphene. These substances are refreshing and mood brightening. The relieve fatigue and lack of concentration. The antiseptic and cleansing properties of the oil are beneficial in creams and toners for blemished skin with inflamed pimples and redness. Lime oil is useful to cool fevers associated with colds, sore throats and flu and aids the immune system while easing coughs, infection in the respiratory tract, bronchitis and sinusitis, as well as helping asthma. Lime oil can stimulate, revitalize and refresh a tired mind and helps with depression and banish the feeling of apathy and anxiety. It can be helpful for relieving pain in muscles and joints, arthritis, rheumatism and poor circulation, as well as for obesity and cellulite and has an astringent and toning action to clear oily skin and acne, and also helps with herpes, insect bites and cuts. The therapeutic properties of Lime oil are antiseptic, antiviral, astringent, aperitiff, bactericidal, disinfectant, febrifuge, hemostatic, restorative and tonic.

    lime oil


  • Botanical Name: Citrus Aurantifolia
  • Common Method Of Extraction: Cold Pressed
  • Parts Used: Fruit Peel
  • Note Classification: Top
  • Aroma: Tart, Sweet Citrus
  • Largest Producing Countries: Mexico, USA, and Italy

  • TRADITIONAL USE: Lime has similar uses as Lemon oil. It is used to aid in digestive ailments, and as a cleaning agent.

    PROPERTIES: Antibacterial, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, aperitif, astringent, bactericidal, carminative, deodorant, febrifuge, restorative, tonic.

    BENEFITS: Acne, anemia, arthritis, asthma, boils, brittle nails, bronchitis, colds, corns, cuts, dyspepsia, fever, flu, infection, insect bites, liver pain, mouth ulcers, nosebleeds, oily skin, poor circulation, rheumatism, stomach cramps, varicose veins, warts. Lime oil can be used in any blend you would add lemon oil to. The aroma is more tart but still very refreshing.

    BLENDS WELL WITH: Citronella, Clary Sage, Lavender, Neroli, Nutmeg, Rosemary, Vanilla, Ylang Ylang essential oil.

    OF INTEREST: In folklore Lime oil is believed to cleanse and renew the spirit and mind.

    SAFETY DATA: Phototoxic.

    The above product information description was obtained from Mountain Rose Herbs regarding their products. For other manufacturers, merchants and vendors, consult individual product label description.



    Lime is a favorite when it comes to citrus fruits. Whether eaten as a fruit, used in various dishes or consumed as juice, this fruit is something almost everyone enjoys. There are several varieties of lime to choose from, with colors ranging from medium green to yellow. On ripening, limes turn yellow in color. In India 'mosambi' or sweet lime is a popular fruit and its juice is widely sold by roadside vendors.

    All over the world, lime is widely used to make jams, pickles, sorbets, snacks, candies, confectioneries, cocktails and other beverages.

    Limes are one of the smaller fruits of the citrus family. The lime is one of the most widely used citrus fruits for culinary purposes. It is often used to enhance the flavor of other foods. The fruit has an oval or round shape and yellow outer peel. The inner portion is segmented into about 10 parts. It is a good source of phytonutrients, vitamin C, iron, calcium and other trace minerals. It also contains dietary fiber. The fruit has various health benefits.
    • Phytochemicals: Limes are rich in flavonoids. These compounds have powerful antioxidant and antibiotic effects. They have proved to be very effective in the treatment of cancer. Flavonoids have been shown to inhibit cell division. They are also an excellent aid for digestion. They assist in the breakdown of food molecules and stimulate secretion of digestive juices. Flavonoids also help to cleanse the digestive tract. Limes also contain limonoids that support optimal health. These compounds have been established as helpful anti-carcinogens. They can help fight stomach, colon, mouth, lung, skin and breast cancers.

    • Vitamin C: One lime provides about 30 percent of the recommended daily value for vitamin C. It is one of the most potent antioxidants nature has provided. Vitamin C is also known as ascorbic acid. Foods that are rich in vitamin C protect cells from the harmful effects of free radicals. This helps to lower the risk of cancer. Vitamin C facilitates iron absorption in the body. This improves blood circulation and boosts cardiovascular health. Vitamin C also boosts the body’s immunity. It enables wounds to heal faster. Ascorbic acid helps to repair damaged cell membranes and prevents inflammation. It also helps to prevent the recurrence of colds, the flu and ear infections. Lime juice is very beneficial for skin health as well. This is because of the high content of vitamin C and flavonoids. It protects the skin, helps to repair damaged skin and also rejuvenates skin.

    • Calcium: One medium-sized lime contains about 22 mg of calcium. It plays a vital role in the good health of teeth and bones. High calcium intakes contribute to strong teeth and bones. Calcium helps to prevent blood clots, stabilizes heart rhythm and improves cardiovascular health. It also sustains muscular functions and supports nerve transmissions.
    Selection & Storage of Limes

    The fruit with a light green skin tends to be juicier. Avoid those with brown discoloration. It may indicate the presence of scald which gives an unpleasant, moldy taste. The heavier the fruit, the juicier it is. Those with shiny skin promise to be fresher. Limes can stay fresh for up to 1 week when stored at room temperature. However, you must keep them away from sunlight otherwise they’ll turn yellow. The flavor will also change. When stored in the refrigerator, they can keep fresh for up to 14 days. Wrap in a sealed plastic bag and place in the refrigerator crisper. It is best to keep them at room temperature before use. The fruit will yield more juice.


    Lime refers to number of different citrus Fruit, both species and hybrids, which are typically round green to yellow in color, and containing sour and acidic pulp. Limes are excellent source of vitamin C. Limes are often used to accent the flavors of foods and beverages. Limes are grown all year round and are usually smaller and sourer than lemons.Lime juice is the juice of limes (citrus). It may be squeezed from fresh limes, or purchased in bottles in both unsweetened and sweetened varieties. Lime juice is used to make limeade. Lime extracts and essential oils are frequently used in perfumes, cleaning products, and aromatherapy.

    1 Fruit (2-Inch Diameter) (67 Grams)
         Calories      20.1 (84.2 kJ) (1%)
         Carbohydrates      7.1 g (2%)
              Starch       -
              Sugars      1.1 g
              Dietary Fiber      1.9 g (8%)
         Fat      0.1 g (0%)
         Protein      0.5 g (1%)
         Water      59.1 g
         Vitamin A      33.5 IU (1%)
         Thiamine (Vitamin B-1)      0.0 mg (1%)
         Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2)      0.0 mg (1%)
         Niacin (Vitamin B-3)      0.1 mg (1%)
         Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B-5)      0.1 mg (1%)
         Vitamin B-6      0.0 mg (1%)
         Folate (Vitamin B-9)      5.4 µg (1%)
         Vitamin B-12      0.0 µg (0%)
         Choline      3.4 mg
         Vitamin C      19.5 mg (32%)
         Vitamin E      0.1 mg (1%)
         Vitamin K      0.4 µg (1%)
         Calcium      22.1 mg (2%)
         Iron      0.4 mg (2%)
         Magnesium      4.0 mg (1%)
         Manganese      0.0 mg (0%)
         Phosphorus      12.1 mg (1%)
         Potassium      68.3 mg (2%)
         Sodium      1.3 mg (0%)
         Zinc      0.1 mg (0%)
         Copper      0.0 mg (2%)
         Selenium)      0.3 µg (0%)

    Percentages are relative to US recommendations for adults.

    Source: USDA


    Lime occupies an important place among the fruits that possess medicinal properties. The seeds, flesh and rind of this fruit have medicinal properties. Lime juice possesses healing and curative properties. This fruit has been mentioned in ancient Indian and Chinese medicinal texts due to its health benefits. The ever popular lime has innumerable benefits that you may have not known about.

    The first fruit that comes to mind in terms of medicinal uses is the reliable lime. This sour citrus fruit can do what many advanced medicines cannot. Lime, bearing the scientific name Citrus Aurantifolia, has been used for ages in the treatment of various ailments. Lime is consumed throughout the world in the form of sorbet, beverages, refreshing cocktails, pickles, jams, jellies, snacks, candies, sugar boiled confections and in cooking. The oil extracted from its peel or skin is extensively used in soft drink concentrates, body oils, cosmetic products, hair oils, toothpastes, toilet and beauty soaps, disinfectants, mouth washes, deodorants and innumerable other products. There are many varieties of lime found all over the world, particularly in the tropical and the Mediterranean climates.


    The health benefits of lime include weight loss, skin care, improved digestion, relief from constipation, eye care, and treatment of scurvy, piles, peptic ulcer, respiratory disorders, gout, gums, urinary disorders, etc.

  • Prevents & Treats Scurvy: Lime is very well-known as a cure for scurvy, the disease which is caused from a deficiency of Vitamin C. It is characterized by frequent infections that show as normal cold symptoms, cracked lips and lip corners, ulcers on the tongue and in the mouth. You can also spot scurvy from spongy, swollen and bleeding gums. This has been a popular cure since the nineteenth century when the British used to have lime juice to ward off scurvy. In the past, soldiers and sailors were given lime to keep them safe from scurvy, which was a horrible and potentially fatal disease back then. Even today, limes are given and distributed among the workers working in hazardous, polluted environments like furnaces, painting shops, heat treatments, cement factories, mines, and other dangerous work environments to protect them from scurvy. Since its cause is a deficiency of Vitamin C, its remedy is none other than Vitamin C, and lime is full of this this essential vitamin.

  • Gums & Gum Care: The root cause of gum problems is a deficiency of Vitamin C, which can also lead to gum problems (Scurvy, which gives bleeding and spongy gums) and microbial growth. Sometimes, the ulcers come from physical trauma. In all of these situations, limes can help. Limes contain Vitamin C, which cures scurvy, Limes contain flavonoids, which inhibit microbial growth and along with potassium, facilitate the healing of ulcers and wounds.

  • Skin Care: Lime juice and its natural oils are very beneficial for skin when consumed orally or applied externally. It rejuvenates the skin, keeps it shining, protects it from infections and reduces body odor due to the presence of a large amount of Vitamin C and Flavonoids. Those are both class-1 anti oxidants, and have antibiotic and disinfectant properties. When applied externally on skin, its acids scrub out the dead cells, cures dandruff, rashes, and bruises. It can also be used to create a refreshing bathing experience if its juice or oil is mixed into your bathing water.

  • Aids Digestion: Lime has an irresistible scent, a refreshing aroma which causes your mouth to water even before consuming it. This actually aids primary digestion (the digestive saliva floods your mouth even before you taste it). The natural acidity in lime does the rest facilitating smoother digestion by breaking the macro molecules of food. While they break down of the macro molecules of the food, the Flavonoids, the compounds found in the fragrant oils extracted from lime, stimulate the digestive system and increase secretion of digestive juices, bile and acids. This flood of flavonoids also stimulate the peristaltic motion. This is the reason behind lemon pickle with lunch and dinner being a traditional practice in India and various neighboring countries in that region.

  • Constipation Relief: Primarily, the ample amount of acids present in lime helps clear the excretory system by washing and cleaning off the tracts, just as some acids are used to clean floors and toilets. The roughage in lime is also helpful in easing constipation, but the most beneficial element is the high acidity. An overdose of lime juice with salt also acts as an excellent purgative without any side effects, thereby providing relief from constipation.

  • Diabetes & Diabetic Benefits: According to the American Diabetes Association, limes and other citrus fruits are beneficial for diabetics and are considered a diabetes super food for a number of reasons. Mainly, the high levels of soluble fiber found in limes make it an ideal dietary aid to help regulate the body's absorption of sugar into the bloodstream, reducing the occurrence of blood sugar spikes that are a serious risk to to diabetic patients. Also, limes and other citrus fruits have a low glycemic index, which means that they will not cause unexpected spikes in glucose levels, in addition to the benefits of soluble fiber's effect and thus adding to the benefits for diabetic patients.

  • Heart Disease: That same soluble fiber which can help diabetics maintain their blood sugar levels can also lower blood pressure and eliminate the presence of LDL cholesterol ("bad" cholesterol). Limes help to lower choloesterol. Limes contain a flavonoid called hesperidin, which has been shown to lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the body. If you are suffering from increased cholesterol levels, it is advisable to boost your hesperidin levels by consuming more of limes. Limes are rich in soluble fiber, which can lower blood pressure level. Furthermore, soluble fiber can cut down on inflammation of the blood vessels, which is a known preventative measure and protection against heart disease, heart attacks, and strokes.

  • Treats Peptic Ulcer: Peptic ulcers generally develop in the inner lining of your stomach, esophagus and upper small intestines, leading to a lot of abdominal pain. The acids in lime help reduce gastric acidity by causing an alkaline reaction in the digestive system. In addition to Vitamin C, lime contains special compounds called Flavonoids (Limonoids such as Limonin Glucoside) which have antioxidant, anti-carcinogenic, antibiotic and detoxifying properties that stimulate the healing process of peptic and oral ulcers.

  • Treats Respiratory Disorders: The flavonoid-rich oil that is extracted from limes is extensively used in anti-congestive medicines such as balms, vaporizers, and inhalers due to the presence of Kaempferol (Kaempherol). Scratching the peel of a lime and inhaling it gives immediate relief for congestion and nausea.

  • Treatment Of Common Cold: High amount of vitamin C in limes not only treats common cold but also increases the resistance of the body towards common cold.

  • Treats Dehydration: Lime juice is a refreshing drink that provides quick hydration and rejuvenation besides being rich in Vitamin C. It also helps to cure fatigue and vomiting bouts.

  • Treats Arthritis: One of the many causes of arthritis is an excess of uric acid that builds up in the body. Uric acid is one of the waste products that normal urination will clear out of the body, but unfortunately, when too much builds up, it can make the pain and inflammation from arthritis even worse. The citric acid found in citrus fruits like limes is a solvent in which uric acid can dissolve, increasing the amounts that are eliminated in the urine. Citrus fruits in general have anti-inflammatory properties, and can be used for a number of inflammation issues. Lime also possesses anti-inflammatory properties that can help ease pain and inflammation.

  • Eye Care: The antioxidant and antibacterial properties of limes are beneficial for your eyes. Vitamin C and its antioxidant properties protect eyes from aging and macular degeneration. On top of that, flavonoids help protect them from infections.

  • Treatment of Fever: If someone is suffering from a fever, limes and lime juice can be of great importance. Citrus fruits in general have fever-reducing qualities, and if the fever is very high to moderate, the patient's diet should be restricted to lemon juice and water. However, if the fever is mild to moderate, other fruit juices, particularly citrus juices like lime juice, can be administered in order to bring the fever back a manageable level. Vitamin C, found in high concentrations in citrus fruits, naturally lowers the temperature of the body.

  • Treats Gout: There are two main causes of gout. The first source is the accumulation of free radicals in the body, and the second is accumulation of toxins in the body, primarily uric acid. Limes can help prevent both of these causes. Being a wonderful source of antioxidants and detoxifiers like Vitamin C and flavonoids, lime can help reduce the number of free radicals and detoxify your body, preventing gout.

  • Treats Piles (Hemorrhoids): Piles are a different term for hemorrhoids, an uncomfortable condition that occurs in the anal region and can result in bleeding and discomfort both during excretion and general activity. When left untreated, piles can lead to certain forms of cancer. Limes can help prevent their formation or recurrence. Limes help heal ulcers and wounds in the digestive system and excretory system while providing relief from constipation, it eradicates all the root causes of piles. When left uncured, piles can even lead to certain forms of cancer.

  • Prevents Cholera: Although it has disappeared and is now eradiated in many parts of the world, cholera is still a dangerous and deadly-fatal disease in some places on the planet. Fortunately limes and other citrus fruits can help protect and defend against this often fatal condition, helping to prevent the occurrence of cholera. The lime juice, when added to potentially infected water, proved to be a very effective disinfectant. Lime juice, when consumed regularly by someone who has been exposed to cholera-infected water, can reduce the ill effects of this deadly disease and fatalities were reduced. Numerous studies were done on this application of lime juice, particularly following the horrible outbreak of cholera in Guinea-Bissau in 1994.

  • Weight Loss: Lime benefits weight loss. Lime juice has been traditionally used in several weight reduction programs and is a great refresher and antioxidant drink. Lime juice is naturally sweet but extremely low in calories. It contains citric acid, which is an excellent fat burner. A glass of warm water with a full lime's worth of juice in it is an excellent weight reducer as well as a brilliant refresher and antioxidant drink. The citric acid present in lime is an excellent fat burner. To lose weight, add 1 to 2 teaspoons of raw organic Honey and juice of a fresh lime to 8 ounces of warm water. Drink it early in the morning on empty stomach to get beneficial results within a week. You can consume two glasses a day and see legitimate and remarkable results within a week.

  • Women’s Health: This citrus fruit contains calcium and folate, two vital nutrients for post-menopausal women as well as those in the child-bearing age. One fresh medium sized lime contains 22 milligrams calcium and five micrograms folate. Women in these phases should make lime a part their diet to get some relief.

  • Urinary Disorders: The high potassium content of limes is very effective in removal of the toxic substances and the precipitates which get deposited in kidneys and the urinary bladder. The disinfectant properties of limes also help cure infections in the urinary system. Furthermore, it stops prostrate growth (very common in males above 40) and clears blockage of urine that can come from calcium deposits in the urinary tract.
    • Prevents Formation Of Kidney Stones: Whether taken in fresh or in concentrate form, lime juice contains more citric acid than orange or grapefruit juice. Citric acid naturally inhibits kidney stones made of crystallized calcium. It is advisable to use fresh lime juice squeezed into water instead of commercial juices to get maximum benefits.

    • Treats Cystitis: Cystitis, also known as urinary tract infection, is an inflammation of urinary bladder caused due to lack of hygiene or allergic reaction to drugs or radiation therapy. Limes have a high content of potassium, which helps eliminate the toxic substances and precipitates that get accumulated in kidneys and urinary bladder. Limes also possess disinfectant properties that can help cure infections in the urinary system. Besides, it prevents prostrate growth and prevents blockage of urine caused by calcium deposits in the urinary tract. In case of urinary tract infection, lime juice boiled in water, should be taken every couple of hours to get relief.
  • Anti-Cancer Properties: The limonoid compounds present in limes have been shown to possess anti-carcinogenic properties, which help prevent cancers of the colon, blood and stomach. Though the exact effect is yet to be known, scientists have observed through research that the antioxidant limonoids can cause the death of cancer cells. Besides, they stay active in your blood cells for longer and can fight more free radicals than green tea or dark chocolate. The best part of it is that limes have no negative side effects.

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    Apart from consumption, the oil extracted from lime peel is used as an ingredient in skin and hair care products like toothpastes, beauty soaps, deodorants, hair oils, body oils, disinfectants and mouth washes.


    Citrus fruits are known for their beneficial effects on the skin and lime is no exception. Lime juice, whether taken orally or applied topically, benefits your skin in several ways. Being rich in powerful antioxidants like Vitamin C, citric acid and flavonoids, lime provides the following benefits to your skin:

  • Treats Dark Spots: Lime juice is considered as a natural bleaching agent due to its skin lightening properties. It can be used to lighten dark spots. All you need to do is apply it with a cotton ball to the darkened portions of your skin and leave it for 30 minutes. However, ensure to stay indoors and avoid direct exposure to sunlight as this remedy can make your skin sensitive to sunlight. Also, it is advisable to apply sunscreen before venturing out. You can also use this remedy to lighten dark underarms.

  • Treats Acne & Blemishes: Acne, pimples, and blemishes are caused when dirt, oil and dead skin cells clog your pores. Acne and pimples are common problems for people with oily skin. The bacteria present in facial pores aggravate the inflammation, increasing redness and soreness. The antibiotic properties of lime juice inhibit the growth of the acne causing bacteria. To keep acne and pimples at bay, you can prepare a face pack of lime juice with honey. While honey possesses antibacterial properties that prevent the growth of bacteria, the acidic nature of lime juice will control excess oil. This face pack should be used every week as part of your skincare regimen. The scars left by pimples can be lightened by massaging some fresh lime juice on them.

  • Anti-Ageing Properties: With the progression of age and exposure to UV rays, melanin that imparts color to your skin, can build up and get accumulated in your skin, giving rise to dark spots and other signs of aging. The peel of lime inhibits melanin production. Scrubbing your skin with lime peel or applying facial mask containing bits of lime peel can significantly reduce this hyper-pigmentation.

  • Treats Skin Tan: Excessive sun exposure can tan your skin. Lime juice can be used to remove this tan effectively. All you need to do is prepare a face pack by mixing some Gram Flour (Besan) with some Homemade Yogurt and add some Lime juice to this mixture. Apply this paste evenly on your skin and allow it to dry. Now wash your face with water and dry it. This face pack should be applied weekly for better results.

  • Treats Open Pores: Astringents are effective in causing temporary tightening of muscles. That is the reason why they are often used in beauty and skincare products for improving the appearance of your facial skin. Lime oil possesses astringent properties and can be used to tighten pores and temporarily reduce oil production to provide a brighter and flawless complexion.

  • Removal Of Dead Skin: The citric acid present in lime peels can slough off dead skin cells. They are often used in beauty treatments in spas as well as home remedies to improve the health and appearance of facial skin.

  • Lime For Glowing Skin: For a glowing complexion, all you need to do is have a glass of lukewarm water with some honey and freshly squeezed lime juice early in the morning regularly. This will provide an inner glow to your skin.

  • Other Skin Benefits: Lime helps rejuvenate your skin and protects it from infections, thanks to its antioxidant, disinfectant and antibiotic properties. The presence of large amount of Vitamin C and flavonoids in lime juice helps reduce body odor and sweat. For this purpose, you can mix some lime juice in your bath water to get a rejuvenating bath experience. When applied externally on your skin, it helps treat bruises and rashes.


    If you thought that the benefits of lime end here, you need to take a look at its benefits for your hair. Besides being effective in skincare, lime peels and lime juice play an important role in hair care as well. The benefits of lime for hair is as follows:

  • Treats Dandruff: Dandruff is, undoubtedly, one of the most common hair problems. It is a condition characterized by excess flaking of the scalp. Lime juice is often used as an ingredient in anti-dandruff shampoos. Citric acid present in lime juice has been found to be very effective and beneficial in dealing with dandruff issues. To get rid of dandruff problem, rub lime slice directly on the scalp. Rinsing hair with lime juice added to water also helps in removing dandruff. Lime juice can sometimes dry your scalp. In such a case, you can combine it with Olive Oil, Coconut Oil or Almond Oil.

  • Treats Hair: Oily hair is caused due to the secretion of excess oil called sebum by sebaceous glands, giving your hair a sticky, oily and dull appearance. Lime juice, with its oil absorbing property, rids your scalp of all the excess oil. Rubbing a slice of lime on the scalp for few minutes before rinsing can also help in removing the excess oil from your scalp and hair. Alternatively, you can add 1 to 2 tablespoons of lime juice in water and rinse your hair with it to remove excess oil.

  • Promotes Hair Growth: Lime juice is beneficial in promoting hair growth. It has been used to treat baldness, hair thinning and hair loss problems for ages now. The main nutrient that promotes hair growth is Vitamin C, which is present in limes in large amount. Addition of lime juice to various oils and its application promotes hair growth.

  • Lime For Shiny Hair: Shiny hair is loved and desired by all. Lime juice can impart that much desired shine to your hair. Application of lime juice along with honey and olive oil mixture before washing your hair can provide you with shiny sparkling hairs. Lime juice is also incorporated in shampoos along with other essential ingredients for providing you with silky smooth and shining hair.

  • Lightens Hair Color: As stated earlier, lime juice possesses natural lightening properties. If you want your hair color to be lightened without the use of chemicals, lime juice is a great option. All you need to do is apply lime juice on your hair and sit in the sun for an hour or expose your hair to sunlight. Then, rinse your hair. This procedure will make your hair 2 to 3 shades lighter in color.


  • Burners & Vaporizers: In vapor therapy, lime oil can be used to lift depression and energize a tired mind, while easing breathing and assisting the digestion.

  • Massage & Bath: Lime oil can be used as a massage oil or diluted in the bath, to help with painful muscles and joints, respiratory problems and cellulite, as well as when colds and flu strike.

  • Cream & Lotion: When used in a cream or lotion, it is helpful to clear oily congested skin and is also often used to help fight cellulite and remove the cottage cheese effect from the skin.

  • Lime essential oil blends particularly well with Neroli, Lavender, Clary Sage and Ylang Ylang essential oils.

    lime oil diffuser


    A blend of Lime oil, Bergamot and Peppermint oils helps disinfect and refresh stale or smoky air.
    Place this mixture of oils in an aromatherapy lamp and allow to evaporate.

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    For an uplifting shower gel to start your day, try these blends.
    For a different scent.
    Mix oils with liquid soap. Shake well to mix. The essential oil(s) will gel the liquid soap.

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    To help alleviate depression and to counter apathy, blend some Lime oil with other oils, such as Lavender, Rosemary or Lemon essential oils, in a room diffuser.

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    Because the agents in Lime oil are cleansing and disinfecting, it is an excellent addition to the water of a sauna or bath.
    Mix essential oils well into the water. These oils will help to fortify the bronchial tubes and make breathing easier. Use this blend in a room humidifier or simmer pot for the same effect.

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    This blend will improve circulation and prevent your skin from drying. Your spirits will be uplifted and your skin will feel refreshed.
    Blend carrier oil with essential oils. Use it as a body massage oil daily.

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    This mixture supports the skin's natural protective layer of acids and prevents scarring. For external use.
    Dilute essential oil with Witch Hazel extract. Mix well. Apply, using a cotton swab, to the inflamed skin.

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    Gargling with Lime oil can help sore throats to subside more rapidly.
    Twice daily, mix Lime essential oil and Apple Cider Vinegar in a glass of warm water to use as a gargle.

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    Use Lime oil with Witch Hazel to help treat warts.
    Mix essential oil with Witch Hazel and apply to the affected area twice daily for 4 to 6 weeks to deter outbreaks.

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    For a refreshing room spray, try this blend.
      10 drops Lime Peel Essential Oil
      5 drops Lemon Essential Oil
      5 drops Bergamot Essential Oil
      2 ounces Vodka
      2 ounces Water

    Mix Vodka, water, and essential oils in a spray bottle. Shake well and use it as a room freshing spritz.

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    To make a carpet freshener, try this blend.
    Add the essential oils to the borax. Make sure the oils are completely mixed into the borax, and then sprinkle it over the carpet. To get the best results, leave the mixture on for approximately 30 minutes. Finally, vacuum the carpet.

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    The astringent and antiseptic properties of Lime oil can inhibit bleeding and deter infections in small cuts and scratches.
    Add essential oil to Witch Hazel extract and use it to clean wounds.

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    Lime is a citrus fruit. The juice, fruit, peel, and oil are used as a food and to make medicine. Oil pressed from the crushed fruit is known as "distilled lime oil." Oil pressed from the unripe peel is known as "expressed lime oil." Lime juice is used for severe diarrhea (dysentery). Some people apply lime oil directly to the skin to kill germs, treat nausea, and as a stimulant. In cosmetics, lime oil is used as a fragrance component and as a "fixative."

    The appropriate therapeutic dose of lime depends on several factors such as the user's age, health, and several other conditions. At this time there is not enough scientific information to determine an appropriate range of doses for lime. Keep in mind that natural products are not always necessarily safe and dosages can be important. Be sure to follow relevant directions on product labels and consult your health care practitioner before using to treat health concerns.


    Lime is likely safe for most adults when used in amounts found in foods. Lime peel is possibly safe when taken by mouth in medicinal amounts. Applying lime oil directly to the skin is possibly unsafe. Some people are sensitive to lime oil when it is applied directly to the skin. Lime oil can cause the skin to be very sensitive to the sunlight. Wear sunblock and protective clothing outside, especially if you are light-skinned.

    Take Care: Non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing if the oil is obtained by steam extraction, yet the oil obtained from cold expression can cause photosensitivity in strong sunshine and can irritate the skin. Like many other oils and all of the citrus oils, Lime essential oil makes your skin more sensitive to sunlight. Whenever your skin is exposed to the sun, brown pigment spots might form. Once these pigments develop, they might not fade for years. Because of this, do not use any type of skin care product that may contain Lime oil before going out in the sun (or using a tanning bed).

    Special Precautions & Warnings: Pregnancy and breast-feeding: There is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking lime if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid using lime in amounts greater than what is normally found in food.

    Lime oil, like other citrus oils, only keeps for a limited time. Store it in a small dark bottle in a cool place. If stored correctly, it will last up to one year.


    Lime have a moderate interaction with these medications and caution should be taken with these combinations.

  • Medications changed by the liver (Cytochrome P450 3A4 (CYP3A4) substrates) interacts with Lime. Some medications are changed and broken down by the liver. Lime juice might decrease how quickly the liver breaks down some medications. Drinking lime juice while taking some medications that are broken down by the liver can increase the effects and side effects of these medications. Before taking lime, talk to your healthcare provider if you are taking any medications that are changed by the liver. Some medications changed by the liver include lovastatin (Mevacor), ketoconazole (Nizoral), itraconazole (Sporanox), fexofenadine (Allegra), triazolam (Halcion), and many others.

  • Medications that increase sensitivity to sunlight (Photosensitizing drugs) interacts with Lime. Some medications can increase sensitivity to sunlight. Lime oil might also increase your sensitivity to sunlight. Using lime oil along with medications that increase sensitivity to sunlight could increase the chances of sunburn, and blistering or rashes on areas of skin exposed to sunlight. Be sure to wear sunblock and protective clothing when spending time in the sun. Some drugs that cause photosensitivity include amitriptyline (Elavil), Ciprofloxacin (Cipro), norfloxacin (Noroxin), lomefloxacin (Maxaquin), ofloxacin (Floxin), levofloxacin (Levaquin), sparfloxacin (Zagam), gatifloxacin (Tequin), moxifloxacin (Avelox), trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (Septra), tetracycline, methoxsalen (8-methoxypsoralen, 8-MOP, Oxsoralen), and Trioxsalen (Trisoralen).


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    Mountain Rose Herbs: Lime Peel Powder (Citrus x limonia), Certified Organic, Bulk Organic Herbs & Spices
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    Mountain Rose Herbs: Lime Hydrosol, Certified Organic Hydrosols & Flower Waters
    A crisp and refreshing hydrosol distilled from whole organic Lime fruits. Lime hydrosol stimulates skin circulation and promotes pH balancing for alkaline skin types further tightening the outer epidermis. And it has been traditionally used for problems with oily skin and minor skin blemishes. Use it as a rejuvenating facial toner, aroma spray and it will blend wonderfully in cosmetic creations. Fresh, festive and invigorating! For food and cosmetic use.


    Starwest Botanicals: Lime Peel Powder (Citrus aurantifolia), Bulk Herbs & Spices, 1 lb.
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    HerbsPro: Lime Essential Oil (Citrus Aurantifolia), Aura Cacia, 0.5 fl. oz. (13898)
    HerbsPro: Lime Pure Essential Oil, Natures Alchemy, 0.5 fl. oz. (17039)
    HerbsPro: Lime Essential Oil, Now Foods, 1 fl. oz. (68413)


    Kalyx: Key Lime Margarity Hot Sauce, Charleston Nut Company, 5 oz.: GN
    Kalyx: Key Lime Jelly, Charleston Nut Company, 10.5 oz: GN
    Kalyx: Key Lime EZ Squeeze Pie Filling, Lawrence Foods, 2 lb. Bag (Case of 12): GR
    Enjoy the tropical taste of light key lime in this exotic pie filling. This convenient, easy to use pack makes filling a pie a breeze! Simply cut the end of the bag and squeeze as much or as little filling out as you need for a no fuss and no mess baking experience. Each case consists of twelve, two pound bags.
    Kalyx: Lime Peel Powder, Starwest Botanicals, 1 lb: C
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    Lime - Good Cheer

    Latin name: Citrus aurantifolia. Family: Rutaceae. Cold pressed from the USA lime peel. Lime has a fruity-lime aroma. Some traditional uses: to purify the air, for alertness, to relieve coughs or congestion, for uplifting and cheering the spirit, to heal colds, flu or inflammations. Lime may cause skin sensitivity to bright sunlight. Blends with: neroli, citronella, clary sage, rosemary, lavender and other citrus notes.


    Mountain Rose Herbs: Lime Peel Essential Oil, Certified Organic, Aromatherapy Essential Oils
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Lime Hydrosol, Certified Organic Hydrosols & Flower Waters
    A crisp and refreshing hydrosol distilled from whole organic Lime fruits. Lime hydrosol stimulates skin circulation and promotes pH balancing for alkaline skin types further tightening the outer epidermis. And it has been traditionally used for problems with oily skin and minor skin blemishes. Use it as a rejuvenating facial toner, aroma spray and it will blend wonderfully in cosmetic creations. Fresh, festive and invigorating! For food and cosmetic use.


    Starwest Botanicals: Lime Essential Oil, 1/3 fl. oz.
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    Starwest Botanicals: Lime Essential Oil, 16 fl. oz.


    HerbsPro: Lime Essential Oil (Citrus Aurantifolia), Aura Cacia, 0.5 fl. oz. (13898)
    HerbsPro: Lime Pure Essential Oil, Natures Alchemy, 0.5 fl. oz. (17039)
    HerbsPro: Lime Essential Oil, Now Foods, 1 fl. oz. (68413)


    Kalyx: Lime Essential Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 1/3 fl oz: C
    Kalyx: Lime Essential Oil, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 1/3 fl oz: C
    Kalyx: Lime Essential Oil, Aura Cacia, 1/2 fl oz: K
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    Kalyx: Lime Essential Oil, Certified Organic, Starwest Botanicals, 4 fl oz: C
    Kalyx: Lime Essential Oil, Starwest Botanicals, 16 fl oz: C
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