Onion Juice Powder
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Onion Juice Powder

Product name: Onion juice powder
Latin name: Allium cepa
Synonyms: Bulb onion, round onion, jade onion, onion, etc.
Used part: Stem
Specification: 80 mesh
Appearance: Brownish yellow powder
Extraction process: Water extraction / alcohol extraction
Main ingredients: Quercetin / volatile oil, including allicin, mercaptan, trisulfide, etc. It contains caffeic acid, erucic acid, cinnamic acid, citrate, polysaccharide and a variety of amino acids.
Test method: TLC
Storage: The product should be sealed and shaded, and stored in a dry, cool and well ventilated place.
Shelf life: Two years

Dry onion powder description

Onion juice powder  is a kind of condiment and a kind of health food. It can be used in nutrition and health products, functional food, infant food, middle-aged and elderly food, seasoning, solid beverage, pastry, cold food, convenience food and pharmaceutical raw materials.

Dehydrated onion powder function and application

1. Onion juice powder can not only be applied to seasoning additives, but also be made into health food.

2. Onion juice powder can prevent and treat osteoporosis, and its allicin has strong bactericidal ability, which can prevent colds, lower blood pressure and prevent thrombosis.

3. Regular consumption of onion juice powder has a health care effect on patients with hypertension, hyperlipidemia and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

4. It can inhibit the increase of blood lipid caused by high-fat diet and prevent and treat arteriosclerosis.

5. Onion juice powder also has bactericidal effect, which can improve the tension of gastrointestinal tract and increase the secretion of digestive tract.

Onion main value

1. Edible value

Onion is a very common and cheap home dish. Its meat is tender, juicy and spicy, with good quality and suitable for raw food. Originated in western Asia, it is cultivated in all parts of China and available in all seasons. The edible part of onion is the underground hypertrophic bulb (that is, the onion). In foreign countries, it is known as the "queen of dishes" with high nutritional value.

2. Medicinal value

Onions are rich in nutrients, not only potassium, vitamin C, folic acid, zinc, selenium, and fiber, but also two special nutrients - quercetin and prostaglandin A. These two special nutrients make onions have many irreplaceable health effects:

(1) Cancer prevention

The anti-cancer effect of onion comes from its rich selenium and quercetin. Selenium is an antioxidant that can stimulate the immune response of the human body, thus inhibiting the division and growth of cancer cells, and also reducing the toxicity of carcinogens. Quercetin can inhibit the activity of cancer cells and prevent the growth of cancer cells. A survey shows that people who eat onions often have 25% less chance of suffering from stomach cancer than those who don't eat onions, and 30% fewer deaths due to stomach cancer.

(2) Maintain cardiovascular health

Onions are the only vegetables known to contain prostaglandin A. Prostaglandin A can dilate blood vessels and reduce blood viscosity, which will reduce blood pressure, increase blood flow of coronary artery and prevent thrombosis. Quercetin, which is rich in onions, has a high bioavailability. Scientists report that quercetin may help prevent the oxidation of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and provide important protection for atherosclerosis.

(3) Stimulate appetite and help digestion

Onions contain allicin, which has a strong aroma. It often makes people cry because of its pungent smell during processing. It is this special smell that can stimulate gastric acid secretion and increase appetite. Animal experiments have also proved that onions can improve the tension of the gastrointestinal tract, promote gastrointestinal peristalsis, thus play an appetizing role, and have a significant effect on anorexia caused by atrophic gastritis, gastric insufficiency, dyspepsia, etc.

(4) Sterilization and cold resistance

Onions contain phytobactericides such as allicin, which has a strong bactericidal ability and can effectively resist influenza viruses and prevent colds. When the phytoalexin is discharged through the respiratory tract, urinary tract and sweat gland, it can stimulate the secretion of the cell wall at these locations, so it has the functions of expectorant, diuretic, sweating, bacteriostatic and antiseptic.