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Abstract Title:

Influence of the onion as an essential ingredient of the Mediterranean diet on arterial blood pressure and blood fluidity.

Abstract Source:

Arzneimittelforschung. 2000 Sep;50(9):795-801. PMID: 11050695

Abstract Author(s):

U Kalus, G Pindur, F Jung, B Mayer, H Radtke, K Bachmann, C Mrowietz, J Koscielny, H Kiesewetter

Abstract:

Mediterranean diet has got a favourable effect on life expectancy. One of the crucial components of the diet are onions. In an open and a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, cross-over phase-I study a spontaneous pharmacological effect 5 h after administration of an onion-olive-oil maceration capsule formulation on arterial blood pressure could be demonstrated in apparently healthy subjects. In addition to a decrease in arterial blood pressure, a significant reduction in plasma viscosity and haematocrit were observed. These results are indicating a vasodilative effect of the onion-olive-oil-maceration product. The stickiness of the platelets was reduced. The effects were stronger in subjects with reduced blood fluidity compared to those subjects with normal rheological parameters.

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