It is a tree that grows in Africa, Arabia, and Syria. It has long spines and flowers that smell amazing. The fruit's skin and center are both very sour and bitter. Herbalists in Europe started using bitter orange for stomach problems, nervous conditions, gout, sore throats, and as a sedative and bitter tonic.
In traditional Chinese medicine, it is used as an ingredient in several different formulas, most of which treat coughs, colds, indigestion, nausea, and even organ prolapse.
Bitter orange peel has a lot of diosmin and hesperidin, which are known to make the blood vessels stronger. It helps varicose veins and hemorrhoids by narrowing the blood vessels in the legs and reducing inflammation there.
Bitter orange peel can reduce swelling, kill bacteria, and kill fungi. Some people think that bitter orange peel can help people lose weight and clear up stuffy noses. Bitter orange has been used in some health supplements and oils, but scientists are still looking into its possible benefits and side effects.
Bitter orange is thought to be safe to eat and may have some health benefits, but you should talk to your doctor before eating it if you have high blood pressure or a high risk of having a heart attack or stroke.
◉ Weight Management - Bitter orange is often found in pills and capsules that help people lose weight. It might help people lose weight if they use it along with a healthy diet and exercise, but more research is needed to be sure of its safety and effectiveness.
◉ Helps Manage Low Blood Pressure - The synephrine in bitter oranges can raise blood pressure and speed up the heart rate. Small amounts of bitter orange may help people with low blood pressure or conditions like POTS deal with their symptoms. But bitter orange's effects are still being studied and regulated. Before you use bitter orange to help with low blood pressure, talk to your doctor.
◉ Athlete's Foot Treatment - Bitter orange doesn't just have to be eaten. When put on the skin, the oil from a bitter orange can help treat fungal infections like athlete's foot. People with fungal skin infections can benefit from this because bitter orange is not too expensive.
◉ Aids in Diabetes Management - A study from Nigeria in 2017 found that citrus essential oil stops the enzymes -amylase and -glucosidase from working properly. Both of these enzymes are linked to diabetes (and hypertension). 9 Not only does bitter orange oil have this effect, but so do lemon and grapefruit oils.
|Product Name||Bitter Orange Peel.
|Scientific Name||Citrus × aurantium.|
|Country of Origin
||Originally from Southeast Asia. Packaged in the USA.
|Taste & Aroma
||It smells pleasant and tastes bitter and pleasant.|
|Shelf Life & Storage
||Shelf Life is about 2 or 3 years.The best way to store them is in a cool, dark place with a lid that keeps out air.|
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