Oranges have historically been considered a cooling food in Traditional Chinese Medicine, and the dried peel was used to balance qi. In Ayurveda they are said to balance vata.
They have long been used to support breast health, respiratory health and digestion.*
Mandarin oranges are sweeter and lower in acids than many other varieties.
The fruit is high in vitamin C, with some calcium and potassium. Its oil has been used to support a healthy response to stress.*
Uses of Mandarin Orange
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