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Onion (Allium cepa)



Bile-forming, gastric juice-regulating, diuretic, cough-relieving, antibiotic, anti-cancer, diuretic

Areas of application:

Cleanses the intestines, kills germs and bacteria, balances cholesterol levels and blood pressure, coughs, whooping cough, colds, bronchitis, runny nose, coughing, nosebleeds, sharpens hearing, pressure sores on the feet, bee or wasp stings, redness of the eyes, potency escalating, sinus infections, asthma, earache

Plant parts used:


Collection time:

June to September

To find:

In the garden, at the farmer's or in the shops.


essential oils with alliin, allicin, polysulfides, silica, manganese, fluorine, magnesium, potassium, vitamins E and C, vitamins of the B group, provitamin A, pectin


You shouldn't plant onions when the moon is waxing, otherwise they will shoot up. It should be planted under the sign of Capricorn.

The scent of roses becomes stronger when you put an onion with them. Good neighbors of the onion are carrots, cucumbers, dill, salads, zucchini, basil, savory and strawberries.


In the kitchen, onions go well with almost all dishes.

The pungent, sulfur-containing essential oil, which makes your eyes water when cutting, ensures a thorough cleansing of the intestines.

If you have to study a lot and it's very strenuous, you should avoid the onion.

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