Thanks for Fast delivering my order. Packaging was very nice and I am highly delighted with the goods, Thank youG Barker
|BOTANICAL NAME||ORIGIN||CULTIVATION||METHOD OF EXTRACTION||SOURCE||NOTE||SOLUBILITY|
|Allium cepa||Western Asia and the Middle East||Steam Distillation||Onion Bulb||Soluble in oil, insoluble in water|
Onion is the member of family Lilacea. The botanical name of onion is Allium Cepa. It is also known as common onion and Strasburg onion. From ages, it is known as the curative agent, highly contained with the Galen and Hippocrates. It is full of vital vitamins like Vitamin A, B and C. It acts as an agent for blood purifying.Overview of Onion Oleoresins
Due to high amount of vitamins and anti agent properties, it is heavily used for domestic and medical purposes. However, it is never used in perfumes or cosmetics because of its offensive smell. It is extracted by steam distillation method from the bulb. The oleoresin is dark brown to lack color.Benefits of Onion Oleoresins
• Raw onion helps in preventing cold and infections, thus the use of oil also posses the same properties.
• It is also used as the natural blood cleanser.
• It heavily contains sulfur which helps in skin cleansing and acne removing.
• It is a must use ingredient in the kitchen. People add it in the meat, vegetables and soups due to its strong flavor and vast benefits.
It is always said to take preventive measures in pregnancy and lactating conditions. Also, when taken as medicine, it can increase the risk of bleeding. There are chances that people who are allergic to mugwort and celery might also be allergic to onion as well.