A mixture of lemon juice cannot be used to kill ants.
Lemon juice will not kill scabies. It will cause pain at any bite marks. Just get the real medication.
No, it is not an insecticide.
If you heat lemon juice with vinegar and salt, it can kill the grass. This is because the mixture is strongly acidic. If you pour it on the soil, the plant will suck it up through the roots, and the acidic lemon juice mixture will kill the roots causing the plant to die.
Probably, Lemon juice does.
yes, if enough is used but it will also kill any other animal that drinks the water.
No. The water bath does not generate high enough temperatures to kill the Botulism toxin. The acidity of lemon juice does kill it.
No, lemon juice does kill E. Coli, but it does not kill salmonella. Citric acid, (C 6 H 8 O 7) is not powerful enough to kill a such disease like salmonella.
Because it's an acid.
yes it can
There are a couple of ways to kill larva. Though it depends on the insect you can usually kill larva with chlorine.
Lemon juice can inhibit some bacteria if they are sensitive to lower (acidic) pH. As lemon juice is an acid. But there are very high numbers of bacteria in lemon wedges when tested. See link below:
Yes, lemon juice can kill bedbugs. The citric acid is deadly to them. However, this treatment works better when combined in a solution with an astringent like 91% rubbing alcohol.
Just like vinegar, lemon juice also seems to destroy those scent trails that ants follow. Try spraying lemon juice around the places you think ants are using for entryways.
Yes, but depending on the amount of water and if you want to use the water afterwards, you might want to find an alternative.
Really there is NO way to kill cold sores. Try lemon juice, ketchup, or even salt.