cepa Linnaeus Fam. Liliaceae.
plant that is found in
all countries, its most
use is against conditions in the airways such as cough,
, whooping cough and inflammation of the throat. It also helps to combat toothache, bad breath and some
such as vomiting, poor digestion,
parasites. It also includes the use ailments as ear pain, external shocks, rheumatism,
pains. In most cases, the most widely used is the bulb, which is prepared in different ways. The juice of one or more onions is drunk to cure or cough, so boiled for
, and chewed the leaves are used to strengthen the teeth.
Herbaceous with elongated leaves that come out of the bulbous stem that develops underground, produces
showing location of flowers in the shape of
small umbrella Originally from Asia and Europe,
adapted to different habitats in warm climates, semi, dry and mild. It is grown in homes and is linked to the tropical deciduous forest, subperennifolia,
, Xeric scrublands, mountain cloud forests of
is more pungent and sweet, before using it to be retained, cut, immersed in vinegar. Housewives say it's
The edible part of the plant of the
bulb is its fleshy
(which we dissected to the left of the picture) while its inflorescence (center) is
unknown to us. The bulb is ready to receive
is one of the most cultivated plants in the culinary world and its many forms and varieties occupy thousands of hectares of arable land. In the photograph, chopped onions tender for stews and salads.
The bread soup with
healthy digestive and culinary preparation.
Originally from the Middle East, where it
cultivated for over 4, 000 years,
been one of the plants that all cultures have adapted to the
by the many benefits it provides to
plant of less than one meter in height, which develops from
fleshy bulb, with leaves and large envelopes. She lives two years: during the first bulb is formed, and during the second growing the stem and form the
and fruit. The flowers are grouped in that culminates
spherical inflorescence stems.
Not in the wild,
is grown everywhere.
The therapeutic actions of
on the body are due to
compound not found in other plants,
- called "alilpropilo disulfide,
volatile oil tear. It also
and PP, sugars, fats, proteins.
The list of properties of the
is endless. We could say that it is diuretic, opens the appetite, helps digestion and slightly laxative. Calm coughs, bronchial secretions and is eliminated stimulate useful to keep up blood pressure.
The fructosanas are responsible for its diuretic action, reinforced by the
salts and flavonoids also have an anti - inflammatory action. The
oil is hypoglycemic, expectorant, antiseptic, antifungal,
levels, anticoagulant (antiplatelet) hypotensive, anthelmintic, balsamic, rubefaciente and local analgesic.
The bulb is edible. Booting from the first year, at any time depending on the region and when it is planted If you start during the first year, when bulb is not yet fully developed, use the whole plant (tender onions)
USES AND APPLICATIONS:
thousand different ways of seasoning with onions. It should be noted that to exert its effects with maximum intensity, should be taken raw, and the best way is to salad, aligned with salt,
oil) and vinegar. However, you can not miss the
soup of our grandparents, Doran
250 grams of chopped onions cut (or grated) in
. Add to skillet about 50 grams of flour. Once browned, add
ladle of broth. When he
pasty consistency, thrown into
pot with hot broth (about 2 liters) Boiled for one hour and school. Re - heat and add 4 beaten eggs and 200 grams grated
. Remove from heat and serve.
States that require an increase in urine output:
, oliguria, urolithiasis) hiperazotemia, hyperuricemia, gout, high blood pressure, edema,
accompanied by fluid retention. Tachycardia,
and prevention of thromboembolism.
parasites. Osteoarticular inflammations.
Because of its fibrinolytic action, the
should assess the appropriateness of the administration of extracts of
in cases of active
, or if further treatment with anticoagulants.
Do not prescribe dosage forms with
under two years or consultants in the process of
It can cause
Caution / Poisoning.
The use of diuretics in the presence of
, should be done only by prescription and under medical supervision, given the possibility of occurrence of decompensation or
, if the elimination of
is considerable, enhancing the effect of
, will be monitoring the blood glucose to adjust, if necessary, the dose of
or oral agents.
Take into account the
content of the fluid extract and tincture.
Galenica forms / Dosage.
Decoction (5%) three or more bowls per day.
Fluid extract (1:
1) 30 - 50 drops, one to three times
10) 20 to 40 drops, 1 - 3 times
Dry extract (5:
1) 0. 5 to 1 g / day (1 g equals 5 grams of dried plant)
remedy antitusivo child is placed an
cut on the bedside table, keeping the room closed.
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