Allium cepa


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Allium cepa

Homeopathy
A homeopathic remedy used for neuralgia, colds, hay fever, watery nasal discharge, conjunctivitis, laryngitis and toothaches.
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Quercetin, a component of Allium cepa bulb, has been reported to decrease apoptosis of hepatocytes in STZ-diabetic rats (Bakhshaeshi et al.
barbatum, when tested on Allium cepa seeds, showed no statistically significant effects either on germination or GSI with initial and adjusted pH values.
Bioindicator of Genotoxicity: The Allium cepa Test, Environmental Contamination, Dr.
Because of the potential environmental and human health impact connected with the heavy use of pesticides, the aim of this study was to use the in vivo Allium cepa root tip cell test to investigate the cytotoxic and clastogenic potential of thiocyclam.
In the present study, water extracts of selected medicinal plants (Acalypha indica, Adhatoda vasica, Allium cepa, Allium sativum and Aloe vera) were observed to have anti-tuberculosis activity against two MDR M.
Marrone advises that sore eyes can benefit hugely from Euphrasia both as a homeopathic compress and eye drops, while sneezing can be treated very effectively with Sabadilla and Allium Cepa.
ALLIUM CEPA, or red onion, also helps a runny nose and throat,'' she adds.
She advises that sore eyes can benefit hugely from euphrasia, both as a homeopathic compress and eye drops, while sneezing can be treated very effectively with sabadilla and allium cepa.
Frequent sneezing and streaming nose and eyes should respond best to allium cepa for instance, while silicea should be more appropriate for sinusitis with a blocked stuffy nose.
Homoeopathic remedies include Sabadilla for streaming nose and eyes and Allium Cepa for itching eyes and streaming sore nose.
A patient with a runny nose might receive from a homeopathist a pill containing a few molecules of allium cepa, or red onion; a medical doctor would be more likely to prescribe 60 milligrams of Allegra, an antihistamine.
At doses of 50, 100, 200 and 400 mg methanolic extract of Allium cepa bulbs (MEAC) per kg body weight, MEAC caused dose-dependent and significant reductions in the number of abdominal constrictions (writhings) induced in mice by intraperitoneal administration of acetic acid.