See how to prepare and what are the beneficial effects of lambedor onion

Few things can be worse than getting sick, after all, every day we need to perform several tasks, and the diseases they absorb all our energy, making simple things very difficult.

Fortunately, there are several ways to not only treat disease, how to avoid them, all this without the need to leave the house. A good alternative are remedies made at home, as is the case of the lambedor, a kind of syrup to homemade.

What about learning to make a home remedy with the onion that will help combat since that cold boring, even a strong cough or the flu? Check out the following are the main benefits offered by the vegetable and how to prepare the lambedor.


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Loved by many and hated by others, the onion is much used in salads, in the preparation of meats and sauteed, and even is roasted along with the barbecue, since she has just acquired a sweet taste after cooked.

Much beyond the taste, the onion has a high nutritional value because it is rich in vitamin A, vitamins of the B complex (B1,B2, and B3), vitamin C; and is also rich in minerals such as calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium and silicon.

Thanks to all its properties, it has been used for various medicinal purposes. In addition to being a great expectorant, natural, which stimulates the cleaning of the respiratory tract, she still favours the elimination of bacteria and can relieve symptoms of respiratory problems, which makes it a great ally against colds, coughs, colds and bronchitis.

It is also antianêmica, improves circulation and helps to eliminate bad cholesterol, it eliminates toxins from the body, prevents diseases of the nervous system is even help in weight loss diets.

With all these benefits said above (that are not all, just the main ones), it’s hard not to want to include this food in your menu, isn’t it? Check out below the recipe for the syrup and a homemade onion and never worry about the flu, coughs or colds.

Lambedor of cebola


  • 1 onion;
  • 1 lemon;
  • 2 cups water (500 ml);
  • 1 spoon (soup) of honey (18 g).

Prepare and use

Cut the onion into several slices and place in a saucepan along with the water and put on fire, leaving it there for about 15 minutes which is the approximate time for the compound to boil and start to get the point. Make a juice with the lemon and place along with the honey into a pot and stir well. After this, turn off the heat and let the mixture rest for five minutes.

Even as a medicine homemade and free of scratches, the use of the lambedor is not recommended for children under two years of age. For those that are larger, the ideal is to consume three teaspoons of the medicine every day, while for adults the ideal is to consume two to three tablespoons (soup) during the day.