Onions - an Ayurvedic remedy to cold/cough/fever

A desi remedy that has helped me in the past...

Peel a slice of onion and keep it in a corner where you go the most. Replace it with another slice when you think the previous one is dry.

This attracts bacteria and virus and you will see your health improve.
This is an Ayurveda remedy and you may Google for it. more  

Mr.Ashwini Mahajan,. When you give such remedies stating it as "Ayurvedic remedy",. it is mandatory for you to disclose your credentials, i.e your Ayurvedic qualifications,etc., Kindly let this Circle know about it now please. more  
Eating freshly chopped or cut onions with meals helps rather than waisting the same. more  
Is this local circle developed for such craps?
Better call a exorcist to fight covid 19 ghost. more  
Nonsense. Scientific research proves the contrary. Search the Google for facts. Go through at least this one link: 'Do Onions Absorb Bacteria That Cause Illness?' | BestFoodFacts.org
https://www.bestfoodfacts.org/onions-cure-flu
Dr. MacDonald: “No, onions do not absorb bacteria. The idea that a vegetable would attract and suck into itself bacteria from the air is not even logical. The onion may turn black because it would eventually rot from both cell breakdown events and bacterial contamination if you left it out, not because it absorbs germs. more  
Don't rely so much on scientific research dear. Research is not useless but would definitely help us in our pursuits but we should not consider it the final word in everything. Keep your head and heart open. Hope you understand. more  
Onions are capable of absorbing a lot more than routine viruses & Corona ( hopefully yes )
Atomic emissions,generated while making atom bombs/energy.
This is the reason for Not Eating Cut onions in parties or at home,cutting the onions and storing them for future use.
Always eat freshly chopped onions or fry them to nullify the effects of them absorbing All Kinds of unseen materials present in the air around us.
Wishing for-
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