Tattoos are not a fad, they are much more than that. That's why, when we make the decision to make one, we need to analyze what we want to wear on our bodies for the rest of our lives.
There are a large number of shapes, figures and drawings that can have many meanings. We know the most popular ones, like butterflies, owls, roses and all types of flowers, but there are many others that everyone does not understand – or do not necessarily know – what they mean, such as fruits and, for example, lemon.
Like all tattoos, their meaning comes from Greek mythology. Getting a tattoo just because it's pretty and the rendering of the pattern on the skin we like is not enough. We must go beyond colors and shapes.
Usually, lemon (yellow or green) was considered a miraculous fruit by medicine and used to cure all kinds of ailments. In addition, like all fruits, lemons symbolize the gifts that nature offers to humans.
Fruits, in general, represent the symbolism of Mother Earth, which few people know how to perceive and appreciate. Of course, if you are an amateur tattoos and this type of drawings do not interest you, that does not mean that you are someone bad.
Lemon is acidic and this sour flavor can play against it. All that remains for us is to consider all its benefits as a fruit, for we already know what it means for the great gods of medicine.
It is a basic ingredient in the kitchen, also serving for the care and purity of other foods. It is ideal for cleaning different household items. Also, again, his medical powers, which must not be forgotten.
Because drinking water with lemon purifies the intestinal tract. This does not seem very glamorous as a reason to get tattooed but, believe me, there are far worse designs.
You will certainly wonder why it would be important to have this picture on your skin for the rest of your life. Lemon has an oval silhouette, green or yellow, rough outside while inside, its juice is completely acid and its pulp looks like many drops put together.
Close your eyes and let your imagination fly. On which part of the body would you tattoo a lemon, now that you know the meaning and benefits of this fruit (which, along with tequila, tastes great) for your daily life?
Be certain that if no one understands the fact that you love fruit tattoos (and here, lemon), you will certainly be rewarded by Mother Nature and the ancient gods of medicine in one of your next lives.