Orange juice is as valuable as gold if a person drinks it in the morning, as valuable as silver if a person drinks the juice at noon, and as bronze in the evening.

Orange juice revives both spirit and body and calms the nerves
Common names for orange (Citrus Aurantium) are sour orange, Seville orange, bigarade, etc.
Orange is an evergreen tree 2 to 5 meters high and even up to 12 meters (in some parts of the world). It can live up to 500 years. It belongs to the “Rutaceae” family. The branches are spiny with leathery green leaves on winged petioles. The flower is white with 5 petals and a pleasant smell. The fruit is a large, tasty, juicy and round ball of orange and red color (in some varieties). There is bitter, sweet and bergamot orange. It is grown in regions with a warm climate (such as the Mediterranean, South Africa and California).
Oranges are grown in plantation-tropical and subtropical climates and in the gardens of Mediterranean gardens.
In folk medicine, there are a number of tips on using orange peel and leaves. Today, unfortunately, it is difficult to find a clean and unsprayed orange (so that the privilege of using the medicinal peel and leaves goes to people who grow oranges in their own garden). Modern science confirms the medicinal properties of oranges.
Orange juice has been experienced and felt by many as a drink that revives both spirit and body. It is best to drink orange juice in the morning, as the popular saying goes
Orange juice is as valuable as gold if a person drinks it in the morning, as valuable as silver if a person drinks the juice at noon, and as bronze in the evening.
The healing effect of orange

Orange leaves (especially bitter) are an old folk remedy for the treatment of nervousness, depression, anxiety, hysteria, epilepsy, insomnia, diseases of the nervous system, for lowering body temperature and sweating. Tea made from the leaves cures a nervous stomach, removes parasites from the intestines and is a good antispasmodic. Orange flowers treat neurosis and insomnia, children’s agitation, and spasms in children. Orange peel is used as a means that irritates, strengthens and stimulates, so it is used to treat the stomach, intestines and the whole organism.
Orange essential oil is a real disinfectant and antiseptic
It is used for skin impurities, wounds and ulcers. The power to revive the body and soul is due to the wealth of vitamins and minerals and medicinal ingredients. That is why orange juice is a good drink for avitaminosis, scurvy, diabetes, nervousness, depression, stones in the kidney and bladder, pain in the esophagus, stomach and abdomen, and a drink to reduce cholesterol.
Interesting facts about oranges
The orange is originally from China and northern India (where it was called “Nagrunga”). The orange then arrived in Persia (today’s Iran) and received the name “Naransi”. Arab doctors prescribed orange juice as a medicine as early as the 10th century. The first sweet orange tree Citrus aurantium v. Dulcis was planted in Lisbon (Portugal) in the 16th century. Orange is mentioned as far back as 4,000 years ago in ancient Chinese records.
Orange juice is an excellent tonic for the heart, liver, muscles and stomach
Drink 2 to 4 glasses of orange juice to remove excess stomach acid, to stimulate the work of the stomach and intestines, to cleanse the intestines, liver, blood and the whole organism.
Tincture of orange peel to strengthen the stomach – chop 50 g of dry orange peel and cover with 2.5 dcl of 70% alcohol. Leave for up to 3 weeks and then strain. Drink up to 3 times a day 20 drops with water, juice or tea.
Leaf tea for nervous diseases and calmness – boil one spoonful of dried orange leaves in a liter of water for a short time. Leave covered for half an hour and then strain. Drink up to 3 times 2 to 3 dcl daily sweetened with honey.

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  1. I love oranges. It is widely used by people in my country because it is easily available a reasonable prices.

    People use it get Vitamin C. They think it helps them to fight cold.

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