If you’ve had a long day and you’re looking for a refreshing tea, here is our best bet. Orange peel tea made using fresh orange peel can not only make you feel energized, but since this tea is rich in Vitamin C, it can give you loads of anti-oxidants.
Thus, the overall content and formulation of this specific orange peel product presents a unique chemical profile leading to strong anti-inflammation activity in our tested cell-based in vitro and mouse paw edema in vivo model which qualifies as promising candidate extract against diseases associated with inflammation.
Gosslau, A., Yu Chen, K., Chi-Tang, H., & Shiming, L. (2014). Anti-inflammatory effects of characterized orange peel extracts enriched with bioactive polymethoxyflavones. Food Science and Human Wellness, 26-35.
Pectin, a type of carbohydrate in orange peels and in certain other fruits and vegetables, increases the growth of beneficial bacteria in the large intestine. Pectin fragments also help keep the intestine healthy by acting as natural “anti-adhesives.”
Office of Communications. (2003, October). Food and Nutrition Research Briefs. Retrieved from United States Department of Agriculture: https://www.ars.usda.gov/oc/fnrb/fnrb1003/#orange
Citrus sinensispeels extract was found to be effective against dental caries pathogens and contain compounds with therapeutic potential.
Shetty, S. B., Syed Ismail, P., Varghese, S., George, B., Baby, D., & Sreedhar, S. (2016). Antimicrobial effects of Citrus sinensis peel extracts against dental caries bacteria: An in vitro study. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry, e71-e77.
This tea can give you glowing skin and nails, clear up toxins and can make you feel energetic throughout the day.