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  1. #1 Should there be "mixed onion oil" capsules? 
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    Since any onion is hard to eat, and onion is good against cancer, lessens the risk of some cancers to up to 85%, shouldn't there be onion oil capsules just like there are garlic oil capsules?

    Given that they are so monotom, simple and easy to make, and that the contamined capsules are spotted not only through sight, but also through examination, hence the risk of getting a contamined capsule is 1 per 1/case^2, compared to 1/case on normal pills. Also, vitamin and mineral pills have a much more complex factorating process, and possibly different parts from different locations. I would think that oil capsules are less risky per weight then chocolate.

    Are there allready?


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    Lower the risk of some cancers up to 85%? That seems pretty far-fetched. Do you have a link to the study?

    I guess if it did then it would only make sense to make them in capsules.


    WHAT?!
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    Yeah an dont forget it also raises the chances of getting one particular cancer to a very high rate!
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    What cancer is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kabooom
    Lower the risk of some cancers up to 85%? That seems pretty far-fetched. Do you have a link to the study?

    I guess if it did then it would only make sense to make them in capsules.
    It was published in "svenska dagbladet" A swedish newspaper.

    Also, here some of the information is published:
    http://english.sabah.com.tr/913DE0FE...853AD1AB6.html

    According to them, the intake of onion and garlic daily regularly reduce the risk of cancer with 50% (first day 50% of total risk, next day 25% of total risk, I presume. halving every day)

    Search parts of the article head line to get more articles.

    So I recommend you to take atleast garlic capsules. I would think that if one takes 2 capsules (or half of the recommended highest dose) before naptime no one will ever notice. In sweden one can purchase 90 capsules for 2 US-dollars and thirty seven cents. If you take 2 capsules a day, it lasts for 45 days. So it costs 5.27 cents a day. Well worth it. Only waiting for onion capsules now, onion is supposedly even better. And it doesn't smell as bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
    What cancer is that?
    Cancer of the onions.
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    I can sence sarcasm in the air

    And also I would like to apologize, my last post made that assumption, without reall evidence.
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    Sorry it was not intended to be sarcastic, just humus (sorry humurous, humus is the stuff they grow onions in!).


    Why does it have to be in a capsule? - after all they grow out of the ground, ready to eat just wipe off the dirt on your shirt and chomp. Who needs a whole industrial pollution ridden factory to eat onions?

    How long before we have 'Water capsules" eh? - you know, the ones you have to re-hydrate... (says on the tin "Just add water" )
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    But to eat a whole onion... I'm only guessing now, but perhaps you can make a bacteria that makes the oil. Then that would be equivalent to growing onion in the fields, ney better, we wouldn't pollute as much as from growing the garlic on the fields. Do you agree?
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    No I disagree - the onion will take sunlight and CO2 and turn it into delicious, green (homor drool) onions I love eating them raw - don't fancy bacteria shit though...
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    How about some sort of onion oil flower then? You could just press the oil out. Make honey out of it. I don't know. something. Or you could just put it in the mixer (I don't have one). Something.
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