American Lemon

Arriva the currujeyal gives the blue sky, palm or new, or giving dagame finest flower, beloved of the bee, or guasima or jati. (…) I see there the ateje, high crown and small, of parasite and curujeyes, the caguairan “the strongest suit of Cuba; the bulk jiicaro, the nursery, the skin of silk jagua broadleaf; the pregnant guira, the jubaban, whose leaves layer by layer, “Satin back to snuff” rough bark of mahogany, the ironwood, striatum and open trunk branches stout, the caimitillo and copey and Yamagua picapica and that tight blood … “(…) And the whole world is no remedy, even for the mule that refuses to walk, because the resistance is but who comes to travel without the remedy, which is a lemon or two, that he squeezes and rub it on the nails to the mule, and keep walking. ” In the dim light of a wide sides of the road, it was all American nature: most gallant horses trod on that flourishing countryside, Corsican mountains in the distance, where the lush mango has to foot the thick cane: the handle was in flower, and mature orange tree and a palm tree fall, with the very root of thread that turns even the earth (…) And we’re talking, honey, lemon juice is very boiled, cures ulcers ;(…) (…) tough one wall a pile of broken sleep guayacancillo the “wood of life” that “burns like a torch” with his hard heart is good (…) (…) mahogany, the captain’s bunk (…) See Annex to use Marti describe plants that are on the hillock, both medicinal and dendrological interest..