13 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT THROW AWAY BANANA PEELS
  
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13 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT THROW AWAY BANANA PEELS



Published On: September 12, 2014, by Neat Buzz, Dorothy Gonzalez, Georgia
Tag: Banana , Rating: 4.5

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Make sure you use organic banana peels to reduce your exposure to pesticide levels and you may even want to try the wash described above anyways.

Banana peels are full of antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins, so they can naturally cure many ailments and can aid cell regeneration. Here are just a few uses if you know more please comment some in the comment section on the bottom of this article:



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WATER FILTRATION

 

Research shows they have a capacity to absorb lead and copper from water.

13 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT THROW AWAY BANANA PEELS
  

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BUG BITES

 

Just rub a banana peel on a bug bite to soothe the skin and reduce the itch.

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BRUISES

 

With regenerative properties, banana peel can speed up the healing of bruises.

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TEETH WHITENING

 

Rub the inside of a banana peel on your teeth for a couple of minutes every other day, and your teeth could be noticeably whiter in a few weeks.

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WARTS

 

Banana peels help eliminate warts and prevent their return. Tape or some how strap a piece of banana peel to the wart overnight for about a week or rub the banana peel on the affected area daily. This can also work for plantar warts. A potato skin has been known to be able to do the same thing.

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SCRAPES AND SCRATCHES

 

Rub a banana peel on small cuts or scratches and it can help promote healing.

13 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT THROW AWAY BANANA PEELS
  

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SPLINTERS

 

The enzymes help dislodge the splinter and can help kick-start the healing process if you tape a piece of the peel over a splinter for a couple hours.

13 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT THROW AWAY BANANA PEELS
  

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ACNE

 

A banana peel can soothe the inflammation and irritation of acne. It also helps to prevent future outbreaks. Rub a peel over the acne every night. You should see a positive change within a few days.

13 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT THROW AWAY BANANA PEELS
  

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PSORIASIS

 

Once or twice a day, try rubbing a banana peel on a psoriasis-affected area. Bananas have properties to reduce itchiness, moisturize, and heal psoriasis. You should see noticeable differences in a few days.

13 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT THROW AWAY BANANA PEELS
  

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RASHES AND ITCHES

 

Poison ivy, mild rashes, dry skin, irritated skin and even sunburn. Banana peel is good for relieving itch and promotes healing of the skin. Rub the peel over the rash or affected are twice daily until it is gone. If you notice it getting worse you should see a professional.

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HEADACHES

 

Simply take the banana peel and spread it out across your forehead and relax while the nutrients are absorbed into your skin.

13 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT THROW AWAY BANANA PEELS
  

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WRINKLES

 

Regularly applying banana peel to your forehead, face or cheeks can tighten the skin, shrink pores and reduce wrinkles.

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HOUSEHOLD

 

Banana peels are great for polishing. After removing the stringy parts from the peel, rub away and watch the shine.

13 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD NOT THROW AWAY BANANA PEELS
  
 

One last reason and itís surely not the only use left, but we would advise you to always compost your unused food waste as it makes for great organic nutrient-rich soil to grow your future plants with. So remember these tips next time you go to throw away any peels! Have a quick google search to learn more.


 



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