There are 20 surprising uses for banana peels

Globally, bananas are one of the most common fruits eaten. They also contain a wealth of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, including B vitamins, potassium, folate, magnesium, and many more. This fruit is more than just the fleshy inside, so learning there is more to it may surprise you.
It is a common mistake to throw away banana peels because they are overlooked and underestimated. Household, garden, and skin uses are widespread for this segment of fruit. It is not just fruit and vegetables that are eaten. In the home, tea leaves, orange peels, and coffee grounds can all be used for a variety of purposes. These 20 surprising uses for banana peels will surprise you the next time you toss your fruit leftovers in the garbage.
Never store peels in a refrigerator and keep them away from heat and sunlight. Blackening the peels of the banana increases its sugar content since bananas are high in carbohydrates.

Banana Peel Tea


You may not believe it, but brewing banana peel tea can be healthier than you think. Aside from treating depression, insomnia, anxiety, and improving immunity, metabolic function, and digestion, the skin’s properties help treat depression, insomnia, and anxiety. A clean, ripe banana skin should be boiled in two cups of water for 10 minutes.

Eating (the peel)


The banana peel can also be eaten, which may surprise most people. One of the most wasted parts of the fruit is this useful and nourishing part. A variety of methods can be used to consume them, but eating them raw as they are packed with nutrients is one of the best.

Disc Scratches


In order to remove scratches from your DVD or CD, use the inside of the banana skin to rub gently in a circular motion on the back of the disc area. If any banana excess remains after covering the area, wipe it off with a soft cloth. Apply glass cleaner to the cloth and polish.

Polish


Rub an unripe banana peel over shoes, silver, or leather for a homemade polish. In contrast to fully ripe bananas, greener skins do not shed much banana matter. As well as containing natural oils, they can give the buff a good shine.

Sun Protection


According to recent studies, banana peels contain alkaline factors that have antibacterial and UV protective properties. By restoring cells, reducing melanin secretion, and treating pigmentation issues caused by sun damage, the lutein in banana skin can be used as a face peel (in paste form).

Teeth Whitener


In addition to being non-abrasive, bananas have a soft inside, which makes them a very natural exfoliator for teeth. In addition to removing some stains from the teeth and making them whiter, this isn’t intended to replace regular brushing.

Home-made Vinegar


It is possible to create a sweet-and-sour vinegar by fermenting banana peels. In addition to using vinegar for food dishes, vinegar can also be used for a variety of other purposes. You can treat foot odor and fungal conditions with vinegar’s antiseptic properties.

Meat Moisturizer


Cook meat on ripe banana skins in a roasting pan before adding it to the pan. Dehydrating white meat is prevented by this method. If you don’t have banana skins on hand, you can simply cover the meat with them during cooking or cover it with very ripe banana skins so that the banana residue forms a protective layer.

Banana Chutney


Use overripe bananas and banana skins to make this nutritious, tasty dish without wasting them. It is necessary to boil bananas and puree them with ginger, onions, lemons, dates, sugar, and curry powder, which must be stored in sterilized jars for a few weeks. Over time, chutney will get better.

Compost


In addition to providing healthy nutrients to potted plants, banana peels are also beneficial in the garden. In addition to adding moisture to the soil, decomposing skin releases potassium, phosphorus, nitrogen, and magnesium. The skins make a great treat for worms if you have a worm farm.

Bug Deterrent


Rotting banana peels attract butterflies, but repel aphids, so use them to attract good guys and repel bad ones. Put ripe banana peels in your garden to attract butterflies or bury them around the base of plants to ward off pests.

Wart Removal


There is evidence to suggest that banana skin enzymes can treat warts. Put a banana peel inside the wart and cover it. The duct tape should be used to secure it in place and left for 24 hours. Repeat this process until the wart has disappeared, discarding the used peels and replacing them with fresh ones.

Treat Puffy Eyes


Under-eye circles caused by dark, puffy circles under the eyes can be easily removed using banana peels.  Aloe vera gel should be combined with the white fiber removed from the banana skin. To reduce inflammation and balance out the tone of your skin, apply banana paste under your eyes every day for at least 30 minutes.

Remove Splinters


Splinters can also be removed from the skin with banana peels. Wrap the affected area in banana peels overnight instead of using the painful needle and dig method. Splinters are easier to tweeze out when nutrients draw them to the skin’s surface.

Heal Bites


Itchy and painful bites can be caused by any insect. Sores and associated pain or rashes can be treated with banana peels since they contain anti-inflammatory properties. A ripe banana skin should be gently rubbed over the bite area. In addition to reducing swelling, it also relieves pain.

Treats Pimples


Remove the white fleshy parts of a ripe banana skin and pulp it. For half an hour, apply this to your face and let its nutrients calm your skin and reduce inflammation. As a result of the enzymes, the skin is hydrated and toxins are drawn out.

Reduces Wrinkles


There are many benefits to skin care provided by banana peels. With its high content of carbohydrates and nutrients, it has anti-aging properties and fights wrinkles and blemishes. Your skin will benefit from a banana paste that has been mashed up. Your skin will feel softer and healthier after using this all-natural face moisturizer.

Relieves Pain


Inflammation and muscle pain are treated with medications and ibuprofen frequently, but these medications have long-term side effects and are not recommended for a healthy lifestyle. Banana consumption post-workout has been shown to reduce the occurrence of pain and swelling in athletes. Ibuprofen or aspirin have similar effects on blood supply as the metabolites found in bananas.

Heals Psoriasis


There is a variation in severity of psoriasis, which is characterized by thick, white patches of skin caused by an accelerated skin cell life-cycle. It is beneficial to use banana peels on the skin in order to alleviate the symptoms due to their anti-inflammatory properties. Additionally, alcohol and junk foods, which aggravate the condition, take longer to heal, should be avoided.

Hemorrhoid Relief


On an empty stomach, a banana is an effective natural remedy for hemorrhoids. Anus veins become distended as a result of constipation. By reducing swelling of the veins and treating the blockage, a banana contains high fiber content.