Dried sweet orange peel and dried ripe (and unripe) fruits of Seville (bitter) orange are ancient Chinese remedies. They are used for indigestion (the primary indication is to relieve heartburn), stubborn coughs, and anal and uterine prolapses, also for treating shock in higher doses. Orange peel extract has improved the circulation of blood through the heart and cerebral tissue. The dried peel of the common orange (Citrus sinensis) was shown to reduce thyroid overactivity, lower blood glucose and stimulate insulin as well as reducing lipid (fat) peroxidation, indicating a potential for use in hyperthyroidism and diabetes. Oranges are a type of low calorie, highly nutritious citrus fruit. As part of a healthful and varied diet. By increasing iron absorption from foods, oranges and orange juice have been shown to reduce anemia. Oranges are also a reasonable source of absorbable folic acid. The fruit of the orange has been shown to be cooling, digestive and carminative (relieves wind), and has tonic properties. It was traditionally used in asthma, to reduce vomiting, to purify the blood, for coughs, fevers, thirst, hiccoughs, and for indigestion.
- High in vitamin c.
- Healthy immune system.
- Prevent skin damage.
- Lowers cholestrol.
- Control blood sugar level.
- Lowers the risk of cancer.
- Alkalizes the body.
- Good eye health.
- Safeguards against constipation.
- Prevent from kidney stone.
- Anemia prevention.
Proximate analysis showed a composition of 54.2% fat, 28.5% carbohydrate, 5.5% crude fiber, 3.1% crude protein, and 2.5% ash for the dehulled orange, flavonoids, phenolics, ascorbic acid.
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