Hi My friend got stuck away from home due to covid 19 restrictions & before she sent her key for me to care for her plant, the tree went for about 2 weeks with no water. When I went to get her, she was full of small fruit. More than I’d ever seen. Her leaves were droopy. I brought her home & gave her a good bit of water, enough to have it drain through and I put the recommended amount of a mild worm casing food on the water. this was on April 7- ive attached pics from that day. The leaves did not perk up as I expected and I gave it a little more water & sprayed its leaves a few days in a row. she is in a window with a decent amount of indirect light but it’s not as much as she was getting at my friends house. Shortly thereafter her leaves started to curl inwards & they are getting crispier by the day. I’ve read a lot of posts and worried about overwatering & root rot so I slid the plant on her side and was horrified that the root ball came out and revealed a lot of moist clumped soil in the bottom, separate from the roots. I don’t have supplies so I mixed the dry soil from the top of the plant in with what was stuck in the bottom & mixed it & reset the tree back in. I removed the clay saucer & have been trying to just let it be as someone suggested it was just in shock from the move & then the underwatering followed by overwatering. The leaves really look terrible now & I fear for her life. Any advice??? I’d hate to kill my friends plant !