Mandarin, as its name suggests, is native to China where it is used to cure digestive disorders. Other findings show that it was offered to Mandarin - Chinese people as a gift during feasts, and its name "mandarin" would subsequently adopted. Classified among citrus fruits, mandarin is cultivated in Europe since the nineteenth century. Thanks to its softness, mandarin is now among the most appreciated fruits by the local people. Some even think that its fragrance helps develop creativity and imagination.