Scientific name : Allium schoenoprasum
Other names: Català: All , Česky: Pažitka pobřežní , Dansk: Purløg , Deutsch: Schnittlauch , Esperanto: Sxenopraxo , Español: Cebollino , Eesti: Murulauk , Suomi: Ruoholaukka, ruohosipuli , Français: Ciboulette , Magyar: Metélőhagyma , Italiano: Erba cipollina , Lietuviškai: Laiškinis česnakas , Latviešu: Maurloks , Nederlands: Bieslook , Polski: Szczypiorek , Português: Cebolinha , Русский: Лук скорода , Svenska: Gräslök , Türkçe: Yaprak soğanı

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As with all of the relatives belonging to the Allium genus, chives contain certain essential oils. In the form of the fresh plant these oils are odorless (mainly in the form of n-propyl disulfides), however they can cause tissue damage ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer




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