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enough vitamin C

Followup: SMTM points out that differences in fertilization and propagation (clonally or by seed) mean that we don't know whether or not historical key limes had enough vitamin C to cure scurvy.

The vitamin C present in lemon

The vitamin C present in lemon helps to treat scurvy.

Limes and foods high in vitamin C

Limes and foods high in vitamin C will quickly heal scurvy, a condition associated with lack of vitamin C, but synthetic forms of this vitamin have little or no effect on this condition.

cabbage

As a rich source of vitamin C, cabbage is a great home remedy for scurvy.

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The use of Vitamin C-containing foods to cure scurvy

The use of Vitamin C-containing foods to cure scurvy was one of the first recorded clinical trials, under the guidance of a doctor (not blinded, but a doctor was early days).

Intake of lemon juice

Intake of lemon juice assists to cure scurvy or prevent deficiency of vitamin C in general.

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A decoction made by boiling 35grams of dried leaves of this herb in a liter of water till water reduces in volume to half

A decoction made by boiling 35grams of dried leaves of this herb in a liter of water till water reduces in volume to half is an effective natural remedy for scurvy.

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fresh meat

In fact Meat is know that fresh meat will cure for scurvy.

the tooth enamel

Although the tooth enamel is a good remedy for scurvy.

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lemons and lime

I've heard that lemons and lime can cure Scurvy so bring a boxful too.