Never Throw Onion Skins Away Again


Discarding the onion peel when preparing food is the biggest mistake you can make. Studies show onion peels are rich in antioxidants that can improve our overall health and they also contain dietary fiber and flavonoids which are great for the skin. 

These phytonutrients are more concentrated in the peel than the vegetable itself. Onion peel  contains  corset


  Corset is a  polyphenyl that has antioxidant properties and anti-inflammatory properties so this is also good for any of the inflammatory processes like bursitis arthritis tendonitis. 

 Corset is very high in capers, radish leaves, carob, dill, cilantro, fennel, red onion, and kale.

Eating onions regularly can reduce the risk of obesity type 2 diabetes, colon cancer, cardiovascular problems, and gastrointestinal disorders

Onion Peel Tea 

Put a few onion peels in a bowl and pour water over them then let

them soak for 15 minutes. Strain the mixture and drink it.

You would do that 4 times a day if you have a lot of mucus.


 The peels are not eatable but they can be added to soups and stews they are an excellent addition to your diet due to the insoluble fiber which stimulates peristaltic movement of the colon and flushes out toxins from the body.

The fiber will also regulate your ph levels and prevent the formation of cancer cells


Onion Peel Tea is the best natural antihistamines that you can get for sinus congestion,  mucus in the lungs, hives, rashes, itching, asthma and allergies.

The onion peel tea will help you if you’re suffering from insomnia due to sedative properties. 

Hands down it’s one of the most powerful natural antihistamines that you can make with very minimal if any side effects.

You definitely want to try this out