A banana peel is just as healthy as a banana. It has antifungal, antibiotic and enzymatic properties that can be used to benefit. Plus, it's juicy and nutritious.
Step 1. Use it to polish your shoes
Rub the skin on your shoes. It can also be used to polish silver.
Step 2. Feed the rind to the worms
The worms love banana peels.
Step 3. Use it to fertilize your plants
Place it in a large jar, fill it with water and water plants. Continue adding water to maintain fertilization.
Step 4. Rub the banana peel over your teeth to whiten them
Use the white side on your teeth.
Step 5. Use it as a face mask
Banana peel contains enzymes that improve skin health.
Step 6. Grind it into small pieces and put it on a rose bush to repel aphids
Old or dried peels can also be used.
Step 7. Put banana peels on mosquito or ant bites, small scratches, or a rash from ivy
This will ease the pain.
Step 8. Eat
Banana peels can be eaten raw or cooked. Look for Asian or Indian recipes.
Step 9. Use it to attract butterflies to your garden
Leave small pieces of banana next to the peel.
Step 10. Wear the peel on the wart until the wart subsides, with the yellow side on the wart
Change the peel pieces regularly. Use duct tape to hold in place.
Step 11. Use a banana peel to remove the splinter
Tape it over the splinter, the enzymes will dislodge the splinter.
Step 12. Polish your houseplants with banana peels
Use the core side.
Step 13. Use banana peels to catch butterflies
Add a few pieces to the trap to attract them.
Step 14. Place over chicken breast to soften during cooking
Step 15. Compost
Banana peels are excellent composting materials.
Step 16. Prepare the banana peel vinegar
Step 17. Get rid of acne with a banana peel
Rub the white side of the pimple. Leave on face and do not rinse.
Step 18. That's it
- Take bananas with you as a light snack.
- Some argue that applying banana peels to your forehead or neck can help relieve headaches. Try before you taunt.