Citrus Peels

Believe it or not, there are quite a few amazing uses for leftover citrus peels. Citrus is among the healthiest foods that contain tons of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. These nutrients are great at preventing diseases, helping with bone density, and improving cognitive functions. Aside from just ingesting citrus, you can use it to benefit your health and well-being in a number of ways. Instead of throwing your old orange or lemon peels away, save them for any of the nine uses we outline below.

9. Infuse in Your Tea

Citrus Peels

Want to enhance your tea with a little nutrients and some extra flavor? Add your leftover citrus peels! To make your citrus peels into a homemade tea mix, simply leave them out to dry on a plate or a rack. After a few days, the water should have evaporated, and they should feel crispy. You can also toast the peels in the oven at 200 degrees Fahrenheit until they are dry. After they are dry, you can chop them up and add with other spices to make a natural and yummy herbal tea.

8. Air Freshener

Air Freshener

Citrus peels added to boiling water and spices can make a natural air freshener that will leave your whole house smelling warm and inviting. To get started, toss orange peels, cinnamon sticks, and whole cloves in a pot of water. Bring this pot to a low simmer and let it heat on your stove until the smells become pungent. Eventually, the simmering fragrance will fill your home. This is a cheap and effective way to make your home smell great without having to buy plugin air fresheners or expensive candles.

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