Pineapple Skin Tea

delicious anti-inflammatory tea
Delicious anti-inflammatory tea
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1 Pineapple large, the skins and core
2 Oranges juiced
1 Lemon juiced
2 tbsp Turmeric fresh, washed, peeled and grated
3 tbsp Fresh ginger washed, peeled and grated
½ tsp Cayenne pepper or fresh black pepper, for absorbing turmeric
2 sprigs Rosemary or thyme
2 sticks Cinnamon
17 cups Water
For serving:
Honey or sugar or maple syrup if vegan, to taste

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Pineapple Skin Tea


This easy recipe for Pineapple Skin Tea is a great way to make use of peels and trimmings that would otherwise be discarded. The tea is also made with warming spices, like ginger, turmeric, cinnamon and cayenne pepper. You can enjoy it as is or with the addition of sugar or honey. Choosing the amount of sweetener is completely a matter of taste, so adjust the recipe as you like. The resulting beverage is both refreshing and spiced, making it perfect for any occasion.

Before you start, it’s important to clean the pineapple skin thoroughly. Scrub the pineapple well with a vegetable brush and then soak it in a mixture of water and a tablespoon of white vinegar for about 20 minutes. After the soaking, rinse the pineapple with clean water, then remove the skin with a sharp knife. And a tip: Remember to wear gloves when peeling and grating turmeric, as it stains easily.

To make the Pineapple Skin Tea, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Pineapple Skin Tea

Steps to make Pineapple Skin Tea


Combine ingredients and bring to a boil


To a large pot, add the pineapple skins and core, juice of 2 oranges and 1 lemon, 2 tablespoons grated turmeric, 3 tablespoons grated ginger, ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper or fresh black pepper, 2 sprigs rosemary, and 2 cinnamon sticks. Cover with 17 cups water and bring to a boil over medium-high heat.




Reduce the heat to a simmer and brew the tea for 1 hour.




Let the tea cool slightly, then strain.



Serve with honey or sweetener of choice. Enjoy warm or cold. Store the pineapple skin tea in the refrigerator for up to 10 days.

This easy Pineapple Skin Tea is loaded with bright citrus, pineapple, and warming aromatics, making it a powerful anti-inflammatory beverage. Sip it while curled on the couch or on the go. Either way, it will add a spot of sunshine to your day. If you try making this gorgeous tea, please come back to leave a comment below!

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It's the best home remedy for inflammation! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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