What diseases can onions help with?

(ORDO NEWS) — Many of us have heard about the benefits of onions. But what exactly is it and what diseases can this product protect against?

According to the author of the High Castle article, onions are in third place in terms of nutritional properties – right after beets and parsley root.

You can also find a large amount of vitamins (B1, B2, B6, C, E, PP) and minerals (phosphorus, iron, calcium, etc.), sugar, proteins, fats, organic acids in onions.

Onion effectively helps with flu , colds . For example, it relieves sore throat, runny nose, headache.

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Onion syrup is prepared to treat cough, to prevent the common cold and flu, rub the onion and breathe over this gruel, and if you have a sore throat, it is recommended to eat fresh onions.

If the head hurts, then the author of the article advises massaging the forehead with onion juice. Finely chopped onion will help against a cold if you put it in your socks all night.

In addition, onions are able to quickly heal burns and wounds. The translucent skin, which is located between the layers of the onion, is placed on the wound and covered with gauze on top.

Onions also have antiseptic properties. For example, to cleanse the mouth, it will be enough to chew onions for three minutes. If you have a toothache, then a piece of onion should be applied to this tooth.

Onions are also useful for the cardiovascular system. It can improve blood circulation, strengthen the heart, lower cholesterol.

This product also has a positive effect on the digestive and nervous system due to a calming effect, an increase in the amount of gastric juice, and stimulation of appetite. Characteristic for onions and diuretic effect.

In addition, onions can increase potency in men and sexuality in women. This vegetable also protects men from prostate cancer , according to a study by the US National Cancer Institute.

It is dangerous to eat onions for diseases of the intestines, stomach and kidney stones.


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