Before Bed, She Puts an Onion in Her Child’s Sock. The Reason? You Won’t Believe It.

The vegetable boosts your immune system, helps stop vomiting and many more ailments. The idea of using onions as medicine stems from the native (Native) Americans, also known as Native Americans, and is now even officially recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a medicine for respiratory infections, bronchitis and coughs. Onions are delicious in dishes, such as salads, pasta or just as a tasty snack from the fryer. But did you know that onions are a lot more versatile that we think? The vegetable is packed with antiseptic and antibiotic agents because it has a high sulfur content. In addition, it helps your body fight disease.

1. Cough.
Peel an onion, cut it in half, sprinkle a tablespoon of brown sugar over the halves, cover for about 60 minutes and then eat them. Do this twice a day and get rid of your cough. In fact, the antibacterial properties of the vegetable kill the cough-causing microbes.

2. Hair Loss.
Bring a little water with an onion in it to a boil and let it cool. Use the liquid before washing your hair to prevent hair loss. In addition, it will make your hair grow faster and prevent dandruff.

3. Mucus in the chest cavity.
Cut an onion very small and mix it with a little coconut oil to form a paste, spread it on your chest and cover it with a tea towel. The vapor given off by the onion makes the mucus in your chest disappear and the coughing and, possibly, tightness disappear. Wondering why you should put an onion in your sock before bed? You’ll read about it on the next page.