Efficacy of Tangerines, a treasure trove of vitamins in winter

If the whole family sits around watching TV and eats one or two bags, it is a winter vitamin's bogo tangerine.

The peel is thin, hard, and heavy for its size is juicy. It is grown a lot in Jeju Island in Korea. It has been known that it was grown since the Three Kingdoms Period in Korea. Although there are many varieties of tangerines, vitamin-rich tangerines in winter contain not only vitamins but also organic acids such as citric acid and neunggeumsang, and sugars.

It is not easy to take vitamins in the winter, but tangerines are rich in vitamin C, which helps skin beauty. One tangerine contains more than 30mg of vitamin C, which is said to be effective in removing freckles and other freckles. Vitamin P also helps produce collagen and prevents skin aging.

It tastes better if you squeeze tangerines.

There are cases where tangerines are inadvertently rubbed before they are eaten. Unlike when they are not rubbed, tangerines peel better if they are rubbed without realizing it and stimulating them produces ethylene content.

If you rub it like that, it will produce ethylene, a self-defense substance, to protect yourself. If the tangerine is hard or sour, you can use this method to chew it in advance.

Tangerines are low in calories, so obesity is good for people, but eating too much is not good.

It is also a good fruit for winter snacks as it is rich in vitamin C in winter and also prevents colds.
It is good to make and drink tangerine peel tea, which is good for preventing colds, because the peel may contain pesticide ingredients, so soak the tangerine in salt water in advance, cut the cleaned tangerine peel, and boil it hot frequently. It is good for skin and prevent winter colds.