Short Description :- Mandarin is a group name for a class of oranges with thin, loose peel, which have been dubbed "kid-glove" oranges. These are treated as members of a distinct species, Citrus reticulata Blanco. The name ""tangerine"" could be applied as an alternate name to the whole group, but, in the trade, is usually confined to the types with red-orange skin. In the Philippines all mandarin oranges are called naranjita. Spanish-speaking people in the American tropics call them mandarin.
Uses:- Mandarin oranges are used in salads and can be eaten raw too. The fruit is sweet and juicy and provides flavor to candies, bubble gums and ice cream.
Mandarin peels contain essential oils that are used in the perfume industry and skin care preparations.
2)Shine And Bounce
3)Healthy Immune System
4)Research has revealed that mandarins can lower the risk of developing liver cancer
5)Mandarins contain a high level of Vitamin C which provides a number of health benefit
6)Mandarins come with a lot of dietary fiber.
7)Regular intake of mandarins greatly improves the complexion