From time immemorial, people have tried to get fate on their side and have it bestow them with wealth and prosperity. According to feng shui experts, the most powerful remedy is the lemon tree.
Come to think of it, this natural gift has been considered sacred since ancient times. Even then, it was a symbol of abundance and wealth for people. It was placed in the southeast part of the house, because that is the area for attracting money. It is believed that this fruit tree can also help those who have no job.
With the help of the plant, mental activity is also stimulated, vitality increases and it protects against depression. Protection from bad energies is considered one of the magical properties of lemon. If it is placed in the kitchen, it increases the appetite and promotes spiritual connection with relatives.
Everyone knows the benefits of the citrus fruit in cold seasons, because everyone has had lemon tea for a cold. However, lemon juice can also be used as a magic juice to attract money. It is enough to wipe your bag or purse with a pad soaked in lemon juice.
At business meetings, it is recommended to put a lemon tree in the room to have enough energy help in the negotiations.
The fruit has many magical uses. Cut into four and sprinkled with sea salt, placed near the door of the home, it will suck out the negative energy that a person with bad thoughts may bring. In fact, lemon protects against bad odors and can be used as a flavoring even if its magical powers do not work.
Amulets are recommended to be cleaned with lemon juice to remove all the negative energy they have collected. A whole lemon can also be carried against bad energy, but it is not pocket-friendly and can only be carried in a bag. In addition to capturing and retaining negative energy, it will also emit a pleasant aroma.
In order for the magical properties of the plant to work, it must be cared for, and the fruit will certainly restore the vital forces of the body. Therefore, it is good to grow lemon at home, it will certainly benefit both believers in its magical powers and skeptics relying only on its useful natural properties.