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Onion and Epsom Salts

Other Names: Onion, Garden Onion, Green Onions, Spring Onions, Bulb Onion, Lazy Man's Onion, Leek-Tree Onion,  Allium Cepa
Traditional Usages: Food, Cookery, Provokes Appetite, Ease the Belly and Bowels, Dog Bites, Worms in Children, Juice of Onion for Scalding and Burns, With Onion removes Spots and Blemishes on the Skin, Tinnitus, Piles, Earache, Baldness, Curing Chilblains and Warts, Coughs, Colds, Diphtheria, Insect Bites, Oedema, Mild Dropsy, High Blood Pressue, Cystitus - Urinary Tract Infection, Poultices on Chest Reliev Congestion, Abscesses and Boils, Sore Throats, Toothache
Resources: Worldwide
Parts Used: Bulb
Herbal Research: Onion


Onion and Epsom Salts - Home remedy for Knee Injury or Pain: Take one medium red onion. Peel it and cut into chunks. Blend onion chunks with 5 tablespoon of Epsom Salts. Store mixture in a glass jar. Before bedtime put two tablespoon of mixture in a muslin cloth or thin cotton cloth. Fold cloth over and place on knee. Then wrap knee with a bandage and leave overnight.

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