Lemon Peel - Cut, Organic

Herbs: Lemon Peel - Cut, Organically Grown

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Common Name: Lemon
Latin Name: Citrus limon
Origin: USA

Lemons aren’t just for lemonade. The lemon peel is full of nutrition. It has vitamin C to help build the immune system and citrus bioflavonoid for healthier circulation. When added to herbal teas it gives an added aroma and enhances the taste.

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drying orange and lemon peels
by Jennifer on Jan 9, 2014

I use a dehydrater to dry my peels, then seal them in glass Jars mine look and smell wonderful. Just be sure to not make them into too small of pieces for your racks

by Willow C. Waterhorse on Dec 17, 2013

A quick question if I may, and this applies to orange peel as well. I was wondering, how in the world do you dry the peels? I've tried it before where I cut them up into small pieces able to be used in teas then left them out of plates (yes regular dining plates) on my counters for several days until they were thought to be dry enough. Low and behold two weeks later I have a pile of mold in my jar. >.< The only bit that didn't mold was in part of my oatmeal bath mix (for chicken pox and relaxing). I'm sure part of the molding was due to a broken seal on the jar, however I would imagine if dried properly they would've lasted just fine for several weeks instead of two. Any suggestions?

    Re: Drying
    by Bulk Herb Store on Dec 18, 2013

    Well if they were left out on the counter without anything covering them the peels would be very susceptible to bacteria reaching them and molding it. I would recommend trying to dry them in your oven on the lowest setting or with the light on.

lemon peel
by Alena Bier on Aug 9, 2013

Hi, last week I dried some lemon peel, and now I saw that some of the pieces turned into a dark colour? I don't know how to discribe the colour? Almost a lila? While others are really nice white. For me it almost looks like the lemon was sick... Should I sort it out or can I just keep it?
Greetings, Alena

    Re: lemon peel
    by Bulk Herb Store on Aug 12, 2013

    It all depends on the lemons. Lemon tends to dry in a variety of color. If you feel uncomfortable using them, throw the colored pieces out. Or if they taste good, go for it!

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