Orange Peel Tea (Sweet) - Citrus sinensis Osbeck
Orange Peel Tea (Sweet) - Citrus sinensis Osbeck
Orange Peel Tea (Sweet) - Citrus sinensis Osbeck

Orange Peel Tea (Sweet) - Citrus sinensis Osbeck

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Orange Peel Tea great Natural Migraine Relief

Orange Peel Tea (Sweet) - Citrus sinensis Osbeck             

Origin: Brazil

Used part: Fruit pericarp


Fruits are always welcome within the daily diet, because they are important nutrients for the body, they can be inserted into people's eating habits very early. But of course, always with medical follow-up, especially when it comes to children. A good example of fruit that can be safe bets on food is orange. Of the various types that exist, they end up being good sources of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. However, in order to enjoy the benefits of orange, you must know how to choose the best fruit options.

Start by choosing the heavier oranges, it's no use to be big and be light. When it comes to making juices with this fruit, what matters most is its weight, given that the heavier it is, the more juice it will have. In addition, the color of the fruit is also an important factor when buying it. The more yellowish options are more mature and possibly sweeter as well. The half brownish bark is another indication of sweetness on the part of the fruit. Avoid taking home those that are not bright and shiny. Another tip is to squeeze the oranges before putting them in the basket. If the peel yields with low pressure, discard this option as it is a sign that it is too ripe and close to spoiling.

Orange is a fruit widely known for vitamin C. In addition, it can serve many other things, such as weight loss for example. This benefit can be gained from the preparation of the orange peel tea.

Health benefits:

The biggest characteristic of orange is the presence of vitamin C in the fruit, so it is able to take care of the body, strengthening the action of the immune system. For this very reason, the fruit acts as an antioxidant, protecting the cells against the action of free radicals. Vitamins from the B complex are also found in orange, which gives this fruit an action against anxiety, stress and even depression.

The orange peel tea has weight- loss properties precisely because it contains pectin, which is nothing more than a type of dietary fiber. Because it exists in the human body, the substance does not go through the process of digestion. Being rich in pectin, orange hinders the absorption of fat. The orange peel tea is indicated for those who want to reduce measures. When ingested, the pectin is transformed into a gel. This gel is stored in the intestine, making it difficult to absorb carbohydrates, fats and cholesterol. Therefore, this reaction makes the sensation of satiety latent for longer.

Migraine is a type of headache that usually affects individuals who have a history of family members suffering from the same disease. It is characterized by throbbing and throbbing pain on one side of the head, accompanied by hypersensitivity to light and sounds, nausea, vomiting, irritability and dizziness. The exact causes of migraine are unknown, however, triggers for seizures include stress, prolonged fasting, excessive consumption of coffee and alcoholic beverages, physical exertion, intense lights and sounds, and drug abuse. In addition to perfumes and other very strong odors, hormonal factors, sudden changes in temperature and humidity, insomnia and certain foods.

Orange tea may be the solution to relieving migraine attacks. This drink is rich in vitamin C and, for this reason, is quite effective to strengthen the immune system, helping to protect our body against headaches, colds, flu and bronchitis. However, remember that orange tea does not cure migraine, it just relieves it. If the pain persists, you should see a doctor.



  1. Put 2 tbsp to a quart of water
  2. Let it cook for about 10 minutes from the moment it starts to boil
  3. Remove from the heat and let stand, covered, for 10 minutes
  4. Strain and is ready for use.

How to drink:

Take 2 to 3 cups a day


Before starting any health-related treatment, whether natural or not, it is best to call your doctor. In the case of orange peel tea, the story is no different. However, some people need to take extra care about treatment with this drink. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should not consume this type of tea.

Patients with a history of heart disease in the family should also be aware. Specifically, in this case, orange peel tea can cause hypertension, arrhythmias, fainting, palpitation and heart pain. People suffering from hyperthyroidism should also avoid tea because it can aggravate the problem, drinking can trigger other vision problems, such as blurred vision, difficulty focusing the vision and worsen glaucoma.