Tag Archives: cut orange peel


Orange Peel Benefits

This entry was posted in herb, herbal infusion, herbal tea, herbs, herbs in cosmetics, Herbs in Soap, Natures Garden Wholesale and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on by .

Orange Peel BenefitsOrange Peel Benefits

There are many orange peel benefits that you can gain for your skin and entire body. Further, there are many ways to utilize these benefits to create all kinds of fantastic cosmetic products. First, you can create some delicious foods and herbal teas. These food recipes will allow you to provide your body with nutrients and a variety of beneficial properties. Also, you can use this cosmetic herb to create all kinds of homemade products. You can create nourishing cosmetic recipes as well as wickless candle wax recipes. Our Orange Peel Cut and Sifted and our Orange Peel Powder herbs available at Natures Garden are perfect for skin care recipes! Check out our beauty blog to find out many of the benefits that you can gain from this herb.

Orange Peel Benefits: Growing ConditionsOrange Peel Benefits: Growing Conditions

If you want to grow an orange tree, then you will want to learn a bit about how to care for them. First, you may want to consider getting a tree from a nursery rather than starting from scratch. If you start from a seed, it can take the tree up to 15 years to produce any fruit. Instead, gardeners will employ a grafting technique that will take from a grown tree, so you won’t have to wait as long for your fruit. Also, an orange tree needs full sun and prefers subtropical climates. In the US this tree thrives in zones 9-11, which you can find on the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map. Additionally, these plants enjoy soil that drains, but holds moisture. So, a deep and loamy soil with a pH around 6 or 7 would be best for your orange tree.

Once your tree has been planted, you will want to water thoroughly to prevent your tree from drying out. After a few weeks to about a month, you can begin to slowly decrease the amount of watering to once a week. Just make sure that you water very regularly in the spring to support your tree’s growth and avoid the possibility of the root ball drying out. Generally, it is thought that growing orange trees need about 1 to 1.5 inches of water per week. Additionally, you won’t need to prune your tree too much. Just rid yourself of any dead branches or any branches that are too close to the ground.

Orange Peel Benefits: Industrial Uses

There are many ways that you can use orange peels in your everyday life. First, orange peels are often used for cooking and adding flavor to your dishes. This is especially common for certain desserts. Also, you can use orange peels to create herbal teas that will help care for your body. Further, you can use orange peels in your cosmetic recipes to help nourish and care for your skin. So, there are many ways that you can enjoy this wonderful herb.

Orange Peel Benefits: Medicinal UsesOrange Peel Benefits: Medicinal Uses

Although many people will utilize orange zest in baking, the orange peel is often disregarded when eating the fruit raw. However, the orange’s peel may actually be the healthiest part of the fruit. In fact, the peel contains flavonoids, which can be used to help prevent certain chronic diseases. Also, this part of the orange is full of vitamins and other nutrients that your body will absolutely love. So, adding orange peels to your diet may be a fantastic way to increase your health. There are many ways that you can include this nutritious herb in your diet. Of course, you can add zest to your food recipes or create a delightful orange tea.

Orange Peel Benefits: Medicinal Benefits

This herb can be used to relieve digestive problems, like IBS, constipation, or bloating. Plus, the high fiber content of this cosmetic herb can be useful for aiding digestion. Not only will this help reduce constipation, but it can be useful for fighting acidity and heartburn. So, an orange peel tea can be useful for reducing issues with indigestion. Additionally, some people enjoy using this herb as a useful hangover cure, as this herb will help detox your body.

Additionally, there are many benefits that you can gain from the high vitamin C content. First, this vitamin is useful for boosting your immune system, which can be useful for avoiding a cold or the flu. Also, the antioxidants are beneficial for promoting respiratory health. So, this herb can be used to help your body deal with asthma, bronchitis, or even lung cancer. Further, some people have found that the flavonoids in orange peels can potentially be used to reduce your risk of cancer. This effect is due to the ability to inhibit the RLIP76 protein, which has been linked to both cancer and diabetes issues. So, the orange peel could be used to help reduce issues with diabetes.

Plus, the benefits of this herb can be used to benefit cardiovascular health. The orange peel can be used to reduce your chance of heart disease and inflammation. Further, you can use this herb to help lower levels of bad cholesterol.

Orange Peel Benefits: Bath and Body UsesOrange Peel Benefits: Bath and Body Uses

Not only can you use some orange zest to create delicious food, but you can use our cosmetic herb to create all kinds of beneficial cosmetic recipes. This cosmetic ingredient will ensure that your bath and body products completely nourish your skin. In fact, there are many benefits that you can enjoy with this wonderful cosmetic herb. Whether you want to create melt & pour soap recipes, homemade scent recipes, or any other homemade recipes, you will enjoy the benefits of this cosmetic herb.

Orange Peel Benefits: Bath and Body Benefits

This cosmetic herb is jam packed with nourishing vitamin C, which is perfect for nourishing the skin. First, this lovely vitamin is perfect for skin care as it will help to prevent your skin from becoming dry and damaged. Also, you can use vitamin C to help promote faster healing, which is useful for issues like sunburn or minor scrapes and burns.

Due to all the beneficial properties, this cosmetic herb would be perfect for creating face cosmetics. This cosmetic herb can be used to help cleanse pores and leave your face looking bright and clean. Plus, a citrus peel facial can help remove dead skin cells and excess oils. Further, this vitamin can be useful for helping to even your skin tone. This can be useful for reducing signs of aging, like dark circles under the eyes. Plus, this vitamin is useful for reducing other signs of aging, like fine lines and wrinkles. Also, you could use the skin loving properties of this herb to benefit your orange lip balm or other orange scented bath and body recipes.

Additionally, you can use this cosmetic herb to help improve oral health. First, orange peels can be useful for freshening your breath and providing an uplifting citrus aroma. Plus, you can use this herb to help whiten your teeth. While you may worry about this herb if you have sensitive teeth, but this wholesale herb can be used to help prevent sensitive teeth. So, this herb is sure to be fantastic for your mouth health.

Orange Peel Benefits: Natures Garden RecipesOrange Peel Benefits: Natures Garden Recipes

We used our whole orange peel herb to create both the Pistachio Melt and Pour Soap Recipe and the Rustic Wax Melts Recipe. Both herbs perfectly add to the gorgeous design. You can use this cosmetic herb to add a garnish to the top of a dessert shaped soap. Plus, this cosmetic herb will nourish your skin, too. Also, you can use this herb to add to the scent of a wax melt recipe. Not only can you use the whole herb in your recipes, but you can use the orange peel powder to create the Citrus Peel Salt Scrub Recipe. The orange peel in this salt scrub will help nourish and brighten the skin. If you are interested in even more orange peel recipes, then you can check out the recipe tab on the Orange Peel Powder page on the Natures Garden site.

Orange Peel Benefits: Food and BeveragesOrange Peel Benefits: Food and Beverages

You can use freshly cut orange peels to create all kinds of delicious food recipes. Often, orange peel is used as a zest in all kinds of citrus food recipes. Whether you want to make a scrumptious dinner recipe or a sweet, orange dessert, orange zest is a perfect way to spice up the flavor. If you want to check out a yummy dinner idea that uses orange peels, then you can try out this Healthy Orange Peel Chicken from Lively Table. Also, you can create some yummy desert recipes with 20 Outstanding Orange Desserts from Better Homes & Gardens. You are sure to find something yummy that you will enjoy!

Orange Peel Benefits: Other UsesOrange Peel Benefits: Other Uses

Furthermore, you can use orange peels to help any of your weight loss efforts. The peel of your orange is full of fiber, which can help keep you feeling full and promote good digestion. Additionally, this herb is low in calories, which will help you will feel more full without all the extra calories. So, creating an orange peel tea can help you stay true to your diet. Further, the vitamin C in these peels have been found to be useful for promoting fat burn, which is fantastic for helping with your dieting efforts.

Another great use for orange peel is to create a bug repellent. These peels can be used to ward yourself from both moths and mosquitoes. So, you can use the peels around the house to repel any moths that try to sneak inside. Also, you can use mosquitoes to keep them away from you when you venture outdoors. So, this versatile herb can be used to solve all kinds of problems.

Orange Peel Benefits: Adding Some Nutrients to Your Garden

If you have any extra orange peels, then you may want to try out composting. Adding this to your compost can help nourish your garden and make the dirt more nutritious for your plants. Not only will these peels help your compost, but it may be able to help keep scavengers away. Further, it is thought that friendly bugs won’t be bothered by the peels. You can check out Garden Guides’ article on How to Compost Orange Peel to learn how to use this peel to create a compost.

Orange Peel Benefits: Ask Us Your QuestionsOrange Peel Benefits: Ask Us Your Questions

We hope that you have enjoyed learning a bit more about all the benefits that you can have from the orange peels. If you have any other questions about how you can use our cosmetic herb, then feel free to reach out to us! You can ask your questions in the store, on the phone, and even online. If you want to reach out to us online, then you may want to try our social media. We have a Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use our handle @ngscents to find us on both Twitter and Instagram. Also, our social media pages are great places to share your crafting ideas or other homemade creations with us and one another! Have fun crafting your various recipes and we hope to hear from you soon!

Orange Peel Benefits: Reminder About Our Herbs

Note: We at Natures Garden sell both our Orange Peel Powder and Orange Peel Cut and Sifted herbs for external use only. We do not sell these herbs as food items. The information that we provide on our herbs is for educational purposes only. We do not intend for this information to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. The information we provide has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Make sure that you keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Also, pregnant and/or lactating women should take special care when handling any of our herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products that you make with our herbs. Further, all testing of these herbal recipes is the responsibility of the customer.