Touch of Nature

Natural Products and their usefulness in our daily life to achieve a healthy mind and body.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Different Uses of Orange

The name “Orange” is originated from Sanskrit language. It means “narang”. It’s also known as Chinese apple in many languages.

There are numerous uses of orange and it peels. Orange and orange peels are renowned as a good source to treat many health problems, skin disorders and also useful to get glowing complexion. Orange juice is very effective to fight against cold, cough, arthritis, gout, hypertension, heat stroke, sunstroke, nervous disability, fever, scurvy, rheumatism and menrrhagia. Fresh Orange juice is very helpful to reduce the cholesterol. There are some beauty tips with orange and orange peels which are shown bellow:-

Beauty tips with Orange and Orange peels-

1. Orange juice is the good source of vitamin C which helps to make your skin soft and smooth. Apply orange juice with cotton ball onto your face to get problem free smooth skin.

2. Mix three tablespoons of orange juice with three tablespoons of honey and apply it on your face. Leave it five minutes and wash it off with warm water. It’s very useful in removing blemishes on the skin.

3. Mix two tablespoons of orange juice with one tablespoon of yogurt. Apply it on your face. Leave it ten minutes and then rinse with warm water. It can be a good refreshing facial mask.

4. Apply orange juice in cotton pads and place them on your eyes, Stay it for 30 minutes and wash it off with fresh water.

5. Take two tablespoons of sun dried orange peels and four table spoons of yogurt, combine these ingredients. Rub into skin for three minutes and wash it off with tepid water. It is a good cleansing scrub.

6. Mix 5 tablespoons of sun dried orange peels powder with milk. Apply this paste on your face for twenty five minutes and wash off. It’s natural bleach which helps to make your complexion fair.


  • At 11:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Oranges are a source of Vitamin C! One orange actually has all the Vitamin C you need for the day!. It is also used in certain recipes as flavorings. The outer-most layer of the rind is grated or thinly veneered with a tool called a zester to produce orange zest. This is quite popular in cooking because it has a nice flavor can make food more tasty.But the beauty tips whatever you have mentioned are unknown to me.

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