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On our channel, lemon is always present in the recipes and listed as a natural medicine in many different treatments. And this is what we are going to see in today’s video.
Did you know you can make a tea using lemon peel?
Lemon has a series of beneficial substances, such as vitamin C, potassium, and folic acid.
But not everybody knows that the peel is one of the main sources of nutrients, and it ends up being thrown away.
Did you know that lemon peel contains elements that control anxiety and lower the risk of cancer? This is all thanks to limonene.
Limonene has a soothing effect, which improves the sensation of calm and comfort. It is a great ally for people suffering from anxiety.
Besides, lemon peel tea is good for:
Reduce liver fat
The limonene found in the peel also prevents the buildup of fat in the liver, did you know that?
If you have flatulence and bloating, lemon peel tea can help you with that.
Contributes to heart health
Lemon peel contains polyphenols and flavonoids that aid in lowering bad cholesterol levels, which helps maintain heart health.
Watch the video and learn how to make lemon peel tea to get all these benefits!
If you suffer from gastrointestinal irritations, this tea isn’t recommended for you as it may cause pain.
If you make this tea, come back here and share your opinion with us.
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