The most obvious way to use orange peels is to make sweet candied fruit. First with a knife scrape off the white part of the peel, and then cut the peel into small strips and cook them in sweet syrup (1 part sugar to 1 part water) on low heat. After the peel will become translucent, remove it from the syrup, add sugar and let dry.
Dried orange peel is an excellent choice for the fireplace at the cottage. It contains a large amount of special fuel oils (lemon, which is used in many essential oils) with which you can easily start a fire. In addition, when using orange peels around the room to spread a pleasant citrus scent.
Lemon is a very effective natural pesticide used in pest control. For example, if you make a puree of water and orange peel, it will act as a barrier for ants. Also, it is perfectly repels flies and mosquitoes. So if you're going on a picnic and you have enough crusts don't want to lay them around the quilt on which you are located. Mosquitoes and flies will try to stay away from this place.
If your kitty loves to dig in plant pots, gnawing their stems and leaves, try putting orange peel on the windowsill. Cats can not stand the smell of citrus and will bypass this place party.
Orange peels have excellent deodorizing effect. For example, if you put them under the sink, where usually there is a bucket of garbage, you will notice that the unpleasant smell will disappear. In closets where stored winter clothes, orange peel will help get rid of the smell of mustiness.
The dried peel can be ground in a coffee grinder and use as a condiment (e.g. pastry dishes).
Vitamin C contained in orange, has a positive effect on the human immune system. So if you care about your health, you would be Corky in the water every time you take a bath.