Thursday, February 23, 2012

Benefits Of Red Onion


Red Onion (Allium cepa L. Aggregatum Group) is a plant that is used as a flavoring in foods has a great benefit to us his example, made of fried onion, made of vegetables, complementary flavors, and many more.
Not only that Onion is also beneficial for our body and can treat diseases, among them:
  • Treating Cough
  • Cure headaches
  • Large bowel launched
  • Hair loss
  • Irregular menstruation
  • Fever in children
  • Flatulence in children
  • Cure asthma
  • Lowering blood pressure and lipid levels
  • Treating worms and Hemorrhoids

Some ways to treat the following diseases:
Fever: Abdominal Bloating in Children Ingredient: Onion Bulbs (thin slices) to taste to taste Coconut oil to taste Method of making White Wood: knead. How to use: The oil is smeared on a bloated abdomen, whole body, legs, and hands the child a fever.

Cough: Prepare onion bulbs 4 grams, 4 grams of fresh leaf poko, 4 grams of fresh leaves of Blumea, 4 grams of fresh herbs, fruit and fennel 2 grams of water 125 ml. The trick with a crushed, and made intravenous or pills may be used once a day with a drink. Long treatment for 14 days.

Diabetes: Prepare the bulb onion (chopped) by 4 gram, fruit green beans (chopped) 15 grams, bay leaves (chopped) 10 pieces and 120 ml water. The trick is made and the infusion taken once 100 ml. Treatment is 14 days old.

From the research, it turns out onion bulb extract at a dose of 250 mg / kg , causes a decrease in normal blood sugar levels by 23.46%,
Tolbutamide at giving a dose of 250 mg / kg orally, showed a normal blood sugar levels by 22.21%, and distilled water giving a dose of 5 ml / kg orally showed a normal blood sugar levels by 3.00%.

Shallots protective effect on liver damage from carbon tetrachloride. From this research, it turns out Shallots inhibit GPT increased plasma and liver tissue damage caused by CCl4.

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