Antiplatelet activity is an action that prevent and treat blood clots.
Platelets are tiny blood cells that protect the other to prevent injury and infection by forming clots to stop bleeding.
* Essential thrombocythemia is a disease associated with overproducing blood platelets by the bone marrow, leading to symptoms of blood clots that form and block the blood supply to the brain or the heart.
* Secondary thrombocytosis is also another condition caused by too many platelets produced by the bone marrow.
* Platelet dysfunction is a rare condition that links to poor platelet function. In other words, it is a disease caused by abnormal function of blood platelets without affecting the numbers of platelets in the blood.
Antiplatelet agents used in conventional medicine that process the main function to prevent platelets from clumping. However, they also exert a similar effect as of anticoagulation in the prevention of blood clots from forming and growing.
The study included 12 human subjects received yellow hybrid storage onions that are steamed for 0, 1, 3, 6, 10, and 15 min.
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(1) Steam-cooking rapidly destroys and reverses onion-induced antiplatelet activity by Hansen EA1, Folts JD, Goldman IL. (PubMed)
(2) Effect of processing and cooking conditions on onion (Allium cepa L.) induced antiplatelet activity and thiosulfinate content by Cavagnaro PF1, Galmarini CR. (PubMed)