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Monday, March 20, 2017

After Watching This You'll Never Throw Onion Skin Away Ever Again!




    That the onions are an exceptional food - medicine is something everyone knew. But fewer of us know that extraordinary therapeutic effects have and onion peels.
Decoction of onion shells contains the entire set of microelements: calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, copper, chromium, selenium and more.
    Along the ribs of onion peels can see several rows of crystals elongated, needle-shaped, pale yellow. These crystals are one of the most active flavonoid called quercetin.


    It is found in the shells of garlic, green tea and apples, which plays an important role, of the biological clock that blocks the intake of oxygen to the growing point of the onion and garlic, not to germinate before period optimal.
    Until the end of the twentieth century, quercetin has been known by doctors as a cure-inflammatory, antihistamine used successfully in treating musculoskeletal disorders such as pain, rheumatic arthritis, and respiratory diseases such as asthma, bronchitis. Quercetin can be used in the treatment of cancers of the breast, prostate, intestine, brain, lungs in cases of lymphosarcoma and lympho-granulomatosis.
The infusion of onion peel has many therapeutic virtues, having among other things, strong tonic properties, and diuretics, antimicrobial and antispasmodic.
Infusion of the onions shells cough improves, protects urinary tract, and strengthens the immunity.
Tea of onion peel, decreases irritation to the eyes and maintain visual acuity, helping people who have a job related to overuse of vision, followed by redness and changing eyeglasses with stronger glasses.

In case of congestion and sore throat is preparing an invasion of some onion shells in a cup of hot water, after infusing, strain the liquid, and is used when it is warm, as a gargle.