A "warm" vegetable often used for seasoning but in Chinese Medicine it does so much more. It can be used for dispersing chill, relieving congestion and relaxing muscle tension. A traditional treatment to fight off the common cold involved mixing ginger, green onion and brown sugar together. These green beauties also benefit the stomach and lungs since they promote digestion and destroy oral and respiratory bacteria.


Contains a healthy dose of Vitamin A as well as Vitamin C and K. In fact, green onions are one of the richest sources of Vitamin K [100g = 172% of daily intake]. Also plentiful in B-Complex Vitamins and minerals such as copper, iron, manganese and calcium. 


Fresh green onions diced and served over any meal - salad, pasta, eggs, soup, stir fry - you name it! I know one fella who salivates over a fresh green onion dipped in sea salt... to each their own!