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  1. photo The Difference Between <b>Orange</b> Peel Oil, <b>Bitter</b> <b>Orange</b>The Difference Between Orange Peel Oil, Bitter OrangeTreatment
    Two commonly confused ingredients in the health supplement industry today are bitter orange and orange peel oil. Also known as d-limonene, orange peel oil is used in herbal remediesRead more
  2. photo Embrace the <b>Bitter</b>(s)Embrace the Bitter(s)Article
    orange and even wormwood, to lighter and fruitier drinks that can be quaffed on their own. Originally brewed up by a Venezuelan doctor, bitters were once sold as patent medicines to cure digestive ailmentsRead more
  3. photo <b>Oranges</b>OrangesArticle
    types of oranges: sweet, bitter and loose skinned. We are most privy to the sweet navel, valencia and blood oranges we so deliciously snack upon. Although, the loose-skinned mandarin – which includesRead more
  4. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 4 <b>Orange</b> RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 4 Orange RecipesArticle
    , and this version is packed full of protein thanks to the black beans. The cumin adds the perfect amount of spice, helped out by a bit of delicious, warming cinnamon. Two whole oranges bring a kick of sweet-and-sourRead more
  5. photo 5 Blood <b>Orange</b> Cocktails: A Sweetly Sinful Roundup5 Blood Orange Cocktails: A Sweetly Sinful RoundupArticle
    two hours for the infusion (your loss), try this Herbes de Provence and red wine vinegar Blood Orange Cocktail from My Man’s Belly. It’s still a bit of work to make the vinegar reduction — but ohRead more
  6. photo Need a lift? Check out the many uses of <b>orange</b> oilNeed a lift? Check out the many uses of orange oilNews
    There are many citrus essential oils. There's orange (sweet & bitter), lemon, grapefruit, lime, mandarin, tangerine, all of which are made from the peel of the fruit, and less obvious ones likeRead more
  7. Why You Should Keep Your Orange and Banana PeelsTreatment
    that are good for the skin and the body in general, and can do some good for your homes, too. Health Benefits of Orange Peel In the Ayurvedic terminology, the orange skin tastes ‘titka’, meaning ‘bitter’. OrangeRead more
  8. Dandelion with Sweet Potato & CinnamonRecipe
    leaves and warm cinnamon balance the sweet potato. As a combination, heating bitters keep Kapha circulation open while the bitters thin the blood and move lymph.aboutDandelions are wild! Green and orangeRead more
  9. photo How to get rid of the <b>bitter</b> taste in your mouthHow to get rid of the bitter taste in your mouthNews
    of saliva.Foods like citrus fruits can help with the production of saliva. Grapefruits, lemons and oranges help get rid of the bitter taste that is left in the .3. Use baking soda and table salt on the toothbrushRead more 100.011 votos
  10. photo Use <b>bitter</b> herbs for optimal digestion and detoxificationUse bitter herbs for optimal digestion and detoxificationNews
    Most people in western society have grown up without using bitter herbs on a regular basis. Bitter herbs are not the most tasty, but they are outstanding for our health. These herbs help produceRead more

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Bitter orange

Medicinal Plant

Bitter orange, Seville orange, sour orange, bigarade orange, or marmalade orange refers to a citrus tree (Citrus × aurantium) and its fruit. It is a hybrid between Citrus maxima (pomelo) and Citrus reticulata (mandarin). Many varieties of bitter orange are used for their essential oil, and are found in perfume, used as a flavoring or as a solvent. The Seville orange variety is used in the...More