Tree Onion (Allium cepa proliferum)
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Allium cepa proliferum
The juice of the plant is used as a moth repellent and can also be rubbed onto the skin to repel insects.
The plant juice can be used as a rust preventative on metals and as a polish for copper and glass.
A yellow-brown dye is obtained from the skins of the bulbs[141, 168].
Onion juice rubbed into the skin is said to promote the growth of hair and to be a remedy for baldness. It is also used as a cosmetic to get rid of freckles.
The growing plant is said to repel insects and moles. A spray made by pouring enough boiling water to cover 1kg of chopped unpeeled onions is said to increase the resistance of other plants to diseases and parasites.
Cultivation & Habitat
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