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The ancients considered onions to be omnipotent, and the people firmly believed that even the smell of onions drives away diseases. And so he hung tight bundles of onions in the huts during the times of raging epidemics. Onions were added to the food for warriors - it was believed that this way they would gain unprecedented strength, courage and energy and defeat the enemy. And if you cut a raw onion in front of the enemy, he immediately loses all his hostile fervor and presence of mind, a tear breaks through him, and right on the battlefield the warring ones immediately reconcile and fraternize. Scientists have found out: the magic power of onions is in phytoncides - volatile substances that have a detrimental effect on putrefactive and pathogenic bacteria.
It is difficult to say what is more valuable for the Chinese - the taste or the benefits of onion oil. The product is highly respected in Asia and is credited with many beneficial properties. Spicy dressing is used in folk medicine to treat a wide range of diseases, from mild weakness and fatigue to serious heart and vascular ailments.
The benefits of onion oil:
Due to the presence of a component such as quercetin in onions, the product is also credited with many other healing properties, including anti-cancer properties. However, you still need to understand that it is worth counting on such a beneficial effect, rather, if the onion is used fresh.
general tonic, sedative, expectorant, bactericidal, wound healing, hypotensive, antifungal, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory. It is a natural antibiotic.
For skin problems (burns, cuts, acne): rub a drop of onion oil until completely absorbed.
Add one teaspoon to dishes (salads, cereals, side dishes, meat dishes).
Pure: one teaspoon of oil on an empty stomach.