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Why You Should Keep Your Mandarin Peel

Chen Pi – Tangerine Peel, Citrus, Mandarin Oranges.

Qing Pi – Chinese Unripened Orange Peel.

Zhi Shi – Immature or Bitter Orange.


Contains:

High content of Bioflavonoids: Hesperidin and Polymethoxyflavones (PMFs)

Phytonutirents

Vitamin C, B1, and A

Choline

Folate

d-Limonene

a-Pinene

Citronellol

Synephrine

Linalool

Alpha-carotene

Beta-carotene

Aldehydes

Minerals: Copper, Calcium, Magnesium

Enzymes

Fiber

Pectin

Commonly Used For:

  • Weight loss

  • Diarrhea & indigestion

  • Obesity

  • Athletic performance

  • High blood pressure & cholesterol

  • Cholesterol

  • Colds & coughs

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Poor circulation

  • Spasms

  • Skin infections

  • Acne

  • Stress, anxiety & depression

  • Low libido

  • Body cleansing

  • Constipation



All varieties help move Qi stagnation.

Mandarin Orange Peel (Chen Pi) is a better inflammation fighter, carminative, and tonic.

Unripe Green Orange Peel (Qing Pi) is a cholagogue and carminative.

Bitter Orange Peel (Zhi Shi) moves Qi stagnation, stimulates circulation, has expectorate properties, and is a stomach digestive.





Always wash your mandarin before peeling it and preferably be using organic mandarins. I like to cut up the skin and then dry it on a wire rack with paper towel until the peels are hard and snap when broken, then I store them in an airtight container and use as a tea.



RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS

Organic Orange Peel




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