Onions are rich in essential oils and aromatic substances that destroy harmful bacteria in the mouth and intestines. Green onions have a special place at the table as it is an essential part of many green salads.
It is rich in minerals, especially potassium, phosphorus and calcium, which protect the heart muscle and bones and Vitamin B complex. It also contains glucoquinine, plant hormone that lowers blood glucose, so it is especially useful for diabetic patients.
Onion is a great addition to the diet of people who want to lose weight and cleanse the body of toxins that have accumulated from the heavy winter food.
It is rich in essential oils and medicinal aroma. It is true that they cause unpleasant breath after eating, but they are natural antibiotics and destroy harmful bacteria in the mouth and intestines.
The juice of the onion is used to treat a variety of skin infections and when mixed with a tablespoon of honey is an effective remedy for respiratory problems. However, doctors warn that this food is “strong” for people with sensitive mucosa of the stomach.
Not recommended for those who suffer from gastritis because it stimulates the secretion of gastric juice. The negative effect can be reduced if the onion is sliced vertically and then dipped in cold water for a few minutes.