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Chives,Allium Schoenoprasum,Alliaceae,Beta-Carotene

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   Organic Chives

Product Type - Chives
Botanical Name - Allium schoenoprasum
Family Name - Amaryllidaceae

   Introduction

Chives is the common name of the plant, Allium schoenoprasum of the onion family, Alliaceae, same as onions, garlic, scallions, leeks, etc. Genus Leek Lily Leek leaves from plants, perennial perennial vegetable. Native to East Asia, China has a long history, widely distributed, and particularly in the Northeast produced better quality. Types of non-vegetable leaves, flowers and leaves of Hua Yonghe concurrently can be divided into three. Wide leaf of Leek leaves and soft, bolting less dominated by leaf. Light in the greenhouse cultivation of Leek also called with spring onion, its roots, white, pale yellow, with slightly Earthy, tender, soft, but not as Leek fragrance. Leeks, in the North is the protagonist of the new year dumplings. Its rich green color, flavor, whether for the production of meat dishes or vegetarian dishes, great taste.


   Description

 

Chives are hollow, long, narrow stems attached to a bulb on one end and tube-shaped green leaves at the other. Chives are used fresh or dried. The light purplish flowers of chives have a light, delicate chivelike flavor. The entire length of the tubular leaf is used in foods. Chinese chives have flat and wider stems than regular chives. Chives, a member of the onion family, have long, tubular leaves and globe shaped, mauve flowers that bloom in the summer. They also may be grown indoors. The chopped stems are usually eaten, but the flowers are also edible. They are sometimes used to stimulate appetite and promote digestion, especially when poor appetite is due to a cold. Chives are added liberally to salads and cooked dishes for medicinal purposes. Chives, a member of the onion family, have long, tubular leaves and globe shaped, mauve flowers that bloom in the summer. They also may be grown indoors. The chopped stems are usually eaten, but the flowers are also edible.

 

   Uses of Chives

» The juice of the plants acts as an insect repellant. When applied topically, it reduces     symptoms of fungal infections, scab.
»  The flavonoids in chives also have a beneficial effect on the blood pressure, by lowering the     blood pressure.
»  Vitamins C and E act as antioxidants, fight against the free radicals that damage our cells,     reduce the risk of heart diseases, cancer and other degenerative diseases.
»  Chives can be used for control of high blood pressure, but it takes a fairly large quantity, and     the larger members of the Allium family are better sources than Chives for this purpose.
»  Chives are usually used fresh and are a common addition to baked potatoes, cream soups,     and egg dishes.
»  Chives are grown for their leaves, which are used for culinary purposes as flavoring herb, and     provide a somewhat milder flavour than those of their neighbouring Allium species.


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