Benefits of Citrus?
Family: Citrus (Rutaceae), growing places in Turkey: South, Southwest and Northeast Black Sea regions.
Small evergreen, essential oil-bearing trees, whose homeland is China and India, but cultivated in almost all countries with a mild climate today. The leaves are full, ovoid, shiny and leathery. The sepals and petals are five-part. The petals are fleshy, white or pink and fragrant. The fruit is yellow and orange, multi-eyed and fleshy.
Fruits such as orange, lemon, tangerine, citrus, grapefruit are also called citrus fruits as a common name. Uses: As the fruits of these plants are used as food, essential oils are obtained from fruit peels, leaves or flowers, which are used to give fragrance and flavor in perfumery.
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Benefits of Lemon
The health benefits of lemon have been known for generations. Lemon is used in the treatment of high blood pressure, respiratory disorders, burns, obesity, internal bleeding, dental problems, fever, constipation, indigestion, throat infections.
In addition, lemon makes an important contribution to hair and skin care. Apart from these, lemon, which has been known to have therapeutic properties since ancient times, strengthens the immune system, cleanses the stomach and blood.
The most common use of lemon, which also relieves different ailments with its different applications, is lemon juice. Lemon juice reduces the contours of kidney stones and lowers body temperature. Known as a refreshing drink, lemonade helps the body stay calm and cool.
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Benefits of Mandarin
During the winter months, while diseases lurk, they strengthen the body’s immunity and shield against diseases. Specialist Dietitian Şebnem Kandıralı states that tangerines, which are rich in vitamin C, are beneficial against many serious chronic diseases, from cancer to diabetes.
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Benefits of Orange
Vitamin C contained in one medium orange meets 80% of your daily need. Orange juice can help prevent kidney stone formation. Although orange is not a good source of iron, its high content of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and citric acid can increase the absorption of iron from the body’s digestive system.
Orange is an extremely rich source of vitamin C. Vitamin C contributes to the production of collagen, which supports and strengthens the skin and accelerates the healing of wounds. Consuming enough vitamin C can provide elasticity to the skin, making it look healthier and smoother and age healthy.
Benefits of Grapefruit
Grapefruit is a subtropical citrus variety with a sour and slightly bitter taste. Grapefruit was first grown in Barbados, the West Indies, as a cross fruit with sweet orange. Later, and especially in recent years, it spread all over the world. In our country, it has been widely consumed and produced in the same way for the last 8-10 years.
Grapefruit is widely grown in China and the United States. It has a slightly yellow thick layer. Its interior is similar to an orange. The fruit is very juicy and grows in red and white colors. Some grow seedless, while others contain seeds.
Grapefruit contains many vitamins, minerals and nutrients that are very beneficial for health. It is especially rich in fiber. Being rich in protein, grapefruit contains little to no cholesterol. There are also different types of oils. Grapefruit, which is rich in folates, also contains Niacin, Pantothenic acid, Pyridoxine, Riboflavin, Thiamine, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Vitamin K.