Efficacy of Tangerines, a treasure trove of vitamins in winter




Tangerines are a treasure trove of vitamins in winter, when the whole family sits around watching TV and forgets to eat one or two.


The skins are thin, hard, and the ones that are heavy for their size have a lot of juice. In Korea, it is mainly cultivated in Jeju Island. It is known that it has been cultivated since the Three Kingdoms period in Korea. There are many varieties of mandarin oranges, but mandarin oranges, which are rich in vitamins in winter, contain not only vitamins, but also organic acids such as citric acid and aloe vera, and sugars.

It is not easy to take vitamins in winter, but tangerines are rich in vitamin C, which helps to beautify the skin

. Vitamin P also helps in collagen production and prevents skin aging.

Do you think it tastes better if you rub a tangerine?

There are cases when you inadvertently rub a mandarin orange before eating it. At this time, if you knead it differently than when you do not knead it, the tangerine peel comes off better.

If you knead like that, the tangerine is stimulated and ethylene, a self-defense substance, is released to protect itself, so that the tangerine ripens and the sugar content rises up to 20%. One way is to rub it softly and eat it.

Tangerine is low in calories, so it is good for people who are obese, but eating too much is not good.

It is rich in vitamin C in winter and has an effect on preventing colds, making it a good snack in winter.

You can make and drink tangerine peel tea, which is good for preventing colds. Since there may be pesticides in the peel, soak the tangerines in salt water beforehand, cut the tangerine peels, and boil them hot.