Onions have many uses beyond flavoring dishes in the kitchen.
For centuries they have been used for a wide variety of treatments, and are particularly useful in treating a number of health issues and concerns.
Their antimicrobial and antiseptic properties make them a great alternative to antibiotics and other pharmaceuticals, especially for common ailments like ear infections and small wounds.
These properties also mean onions can be used in the kitchen to disinfect utensils and serving ware.
Onions For Serious Health Issues
Like the equally powerful garlic, onions are a member of the allium family.
They’re also a good source of fiber, calcium, phosphorous, potassium, vitamin C, vitamin B6, sulfur, antioxidants, and flavonoids (1).
It even contains quercetin, a power antioxidant that protects against heart disease and cancer while also treating hypertension and high cholesterol. Plus, it relieves allergy symptoms by preventing the release of histamines from immune cells (2).
Thanks to these nutrients and more, onions can play a crucial role in fighting major health issues, including diabetes, asthma, and cardiovascular disease (3).
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