Here's Why You Should Not Throw Away Lemon Peels

You have certainly already heard about all the amazing benefits that lemons can offer to our health.

Lemons are always present in the recipes on our channel, and many times it also shows up as a natural medicine for different kinds of treatments.

And that's what we are going to talk about in today's video.

Did you know you can make a tea with lemon peels?

Lemons have many substances that are beneficial to health, such as vitamin C, potassium, and folic acid.

The peel is one of the main sources of nutrients of the fruit, but many people don't know that and end up discarding the peels.

Did you know that in the peel you can find elements that can control anxiety and reduce the risk of cancer? It is all thanks to limonene.

Limonene has a soothing effect, which contributes to the feeling of tranquility and comfort, making the lemon a great ally for those who suffer from anxiety.

Besides that, the lemon peel tea also:

Reduces liver fat
Reduces gas
Contributes to heart health

Besides these benefits, the tea made of lemon peels also aids in digestion, reduces bad breath caused by bad digestion, detoxifies the body and avoids fluid retention, contributes to a good metabolism, improves the immune system, prevents colds and flu and many other things.

Learn now how to make a lemon peel tea to get all these benefits!

It is important to note that, since we are making this tea with the peels of a lemon, you should opt for organic, high-quality lemons.

If you suffer from gastrointestinal irritations, this tea is not recommended for you since it can cause discomfort.

If you try this tea, share your opinions with us.



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