What about citrus fruit
Citrus fruits and grapes have vitamin C and will help relieve flu symptoms. Garlic is also great! Have a great night. ChaCha on! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-about-citrus-fruit ]
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- What about citrus fruit
- Citrus fruits and grapes have vitamin C and will help relieve flu symptoms. Garlic is also great! Have a great night. ChaCha on!
- What are citrus fruits?
- Citrus fruits are considered oranges, lemons and limes. There are several variations including grapefruit and nectarines. Citrus fruits tend to be sour.
- Is a pineapple a citrus fruit?
- Pineapple is a fruit, but it is not a citrus fruit. Citrus fruits belong to the family Rutaceae. Pineapple, however, are of the family Bromeliaceae. One of the main differences between the two is that citrus trees bear fruit from their bran…
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