Spesies: Allium ascalonicum
The Red Onion was the crop a season and had the stratified roots. The crop had the fibre root, with the leaves had the shape of the hollow cylinder. The roots were formed from the united leaves starting point and formed the stick that changed the form and the function, grew and formed the stratified roots. The roots of the Red Onion were formed from layers of the leaves that grew and were united. The roots of the Red Onion not was the true roots like the potato or the taro.
Onions, one of the oldest vegetables known to humankind, are found in a bewildering array of recipes and preparations, spanning almost the totality of the world's cultures; they are nowadays available in fresh, frozen, canned, pickled, powdered, and dehydrated forms. Onions can be used, usually chopped or sliced, in almost every type of food, including cooked foods and fresh salads, and as a spicy garnish; they are rarely eaten on their own but usually act as accompaniment to the main course. Depending on the variety, an onion can be sharp, spicy, tangy and pungent or mild and sweet.
Onions pickled in vinegar are eaten as a snack. These are often served as a side serving in fish and chip shops throughout the United Kingdom. Onions are widely-used in India, and are fundamental to Indian cooking. They are commonly used as a base for curries, or made into a paste and eaten as a main course or as a side dish.
Wide-ranging claims have been made for the effectiveness of onions against conditions ranging from the common cold to heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and other diseases. They contain chemical compounds believed to have anti-inflammatory, anticholesterol, anticancer, and antioxidant properties such as quercetin. However, it has not been conclusively demonstrated that increased consumption of onions is directly linked to health benefits. Some studies have shown that increased consumption of onions reduces the risk of head and neck cancers. In India some sects don't eat onion due to its Aphrodisiac properties.
In many parts of the world, onions are used to heal blisters and boils.Onions may be especially beneficial for women,who are at increased risk for osteoporosis as they go through menopause, by destroying osteoclasts so that they do not break down bone.