Onion Soup

“I will not move my army, without onions!” declared General Ulysses S. Grant in 1864 during the Civil War. No, he wasn’t trying to make his troops cry, but the future president did believe onions fought off infection during summer battles. The troops rubbed onions on their powder burns, but the best benefit probably came from bad breath that made the Confederate soldiers gag in close combat. Today, the North and the South can both enjoy the benefits of onion soup that, when infused with cannabis, has more medicinal benefits than ever.

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