Stop buying onions! This is how you'll have an endless supply of onions on the windowsill in your home


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Onion is probably the most effective natural remedy for inflammations and infections. The phytochemicals in the onion increase vitamin C levels in the human body, boosting the immune system, and the chromium in it balances blood sugar.

The aromatic vegetable adds a unique taste to dishes, and you will love the fact that it improves good cholesterol production (HDL).

The quartzine in the onion has anti-cancer properties, and if you get stung by a wasp, simply apply some onion on the sting and the burning sensation will quickly disappear.

Onions prevent free radicals damage, and reduce the risk of ulcer. The bright green parts of the onion are a wonderful source of vitamin A, so you should consume more of them.

Onions prevent the development of many diseases, so enjoy the wonderful taste and the strengthening of the immune system.

Tip of champions: If the onion makes you tear when you cut it, put it in the freezer for 10 minutes, and then get it out and cut it freely and easily.

And what's the best thing about onions? That you can easily grow them on the windowsill in your home!

You can always buy onions at a supermarket, but you never know what they went through before reaching the shelf. The safest and healthiest way is to grow your own onions at home. And here's how you'll do it:

You need:

What to do:

  1. Cut the bottleneck
  2. Use the scissors to make holes in the bottle, make sure they are wide enough
  3. The onion sprouts should be threaded through the holes
  4. Put the soil in the bottle, and place the bottle on the windowsill
  5. Put the bottleneck back to its place

You'll see the first sprouts come out very soon after.

Here's a full tutorial video that explains it:

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Bonus Recipe: Onion Delicacy

Ingredients:

Preparation:

Spread the onions, drizzle with lemon juice and sprinkle with some salt. Add the coriander, and that's all. You got a fresh onion salad, delicious and very healthy!


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