Known for being digestive, laxative, and diuretic, the tangerine peel has important medicinal properties, such as lowering cholesterol and glycemia, which is sugar in the blood. Did you know it?
Do you call this fruit tangerine or mandarin orange? Did you know its official name is tangerine? Mandarin orange is only one of the types of this fruit.
No matter which variety, they all carry the same properties, such as high ascorbic acid levels, one of the active forms of vitamin C, a potent natural antioxidant. It is also a source of fiber and potassium.
Eating tangerines regularly offer many health benefits and even prevents diseases. And, if that wasn’t enough, the tea made with tangerine peels has incredible benefits, including lowering cholesterol levels.
So, next time you buy tangerines, it could be a good idea to pay more attention to the peel, which usually ends up in the trash!
To get all these benefits, the tangerine peels for the tea should be dehydrated.
Watch the video to learn how to make tangerine peel tea at home!
Did you know the benefits of tangerine peels? Try it and share your opinion with us.
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