sip 2 tsp onion juice at a time; alternating with 2 tsp of freshly mint tea & leave about 5 minutes between each. Living Tradition says, “Vomiting should stop immediately and nausea should go away within 15 minutes”. forget the pink stuff!
5. Odor neutralizer.
foul odors will be absorbed by chopped and partially crushed onions, especially from fresh paint or lacquer. just fill a bowl with chopped onion and a little water, recommends Reader’s Digest, and leave it in the room.
6. Scrubber grill.
This advice comes from Care2: Cut an onion in half and place it on your sturdy grill fork, then rub the onion with the rungs until clean and ready to use!
7. Volatile sal.
if a person feels a little dizzy but doesn’t smell of salt, cut an onion in half and hold it under the dizzy person’s nose. As Reader’s Digest notes, this is especially handy if it’s a party or a restaurant.
8. Cutlery polisher.
Rub your rusty knife with onion slices several times until it becomes clean and shiny, advises WonderHowTo. or do it as Wat Reader’s Digest suggests: by stabbing the vegetable repeatedly.
9. Natural and painless nail polish remover.
Glue a slice of fresh onion to the site of the chips. WonderHowTo suggests leaving the onion overnight to remove the splinter, while Care2 says an hour is enough.
10. Prevent an icy windshield.
Rub half an onion on your windshield the night before; Instead, spend the whole morning scraping ice and your windshield will stay frost-free, WonderHowTo demonstrates.