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Please Don't Throw Away Pineapple Peels, Use Them To Make This Powerful Tea

Have you ever considered eating the pineapple peel? | Lifestyle News,The  Indian Express

We should consume the fruit and discard the skin naturally, right? We have always carried out that. But it turns out that many fruits' skins and peels have just as many advantages as the fruit itself, if not more.

The pineapple's rugged and durable exteriors are useful in a variety of ways other than as trash. Vitamin C; a vitamin that aids in improving immunity, is abundant in the pineapple fruit and peel.

Bromelain; another really helpful enzyme discovered in pineapple peel has been shown to reduce inflammatory responses in the body.

Excessive inflammation, excessive blood clotting and some forms of abnormal mass development may all be decreased by therapeutic amounts of bromelain when taken as a dietary supplement; according to the numerous studies done .

Use this recipe to make this delicious, nutritious and simple pineapple tea.

To brew the tea, wash the newly sliced pineapple peel very well to remove any dirt. Put the clean pineapple peels, a medium sized ginger, 1 tsp cloves ,1/2 tsp turmeric and lemon juice ;if you would like as it is optional in a sufuria. Add about one litre of water and let it boiling for about 20 minutes. When it is ready, strain the pineapple tea and allow it to cool. Add some honey to taste if you would like to.

The=is powerful anti-inflammatory tea may be kept for about a week in the refrigerator and is safe to drink twice day.

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