Garlic (Macerate) – The Beneficial
“Active ingredients: Odourless Garlic extract”
Modern studies consider garlic to be both a food and a medicine. The parts of the plant that are used therapeutically are fresh and dried bulbs, as well as the oil extracted from them. Its scientific name is Alium sativum and it is a member of the Liliaceae family.
It contains sulfites and other substances that slow down or prevent the growth of cancer cells that appear to cause damage to cancer cells.
Many scientific studies confirm the following benefits:
- It lowers blood pressure and total cholesterol levels
- Prevents thrombosis in blood vessels
- It prevents the development of atherosclerotic plaque
- Reduces cardiovascular risk indicators in smokers and obese people
- It kills bacteria, viruses, fungi and intestinal parasites
- Garlic consumption is directly related to the prevention of stomach and prostate cancer
Heart and blood vessels
Garlic can significantly lower total cholesterol levels. Harvard Medical School classifies as B-class, that is, of very good scientific quality, the data that support the sublipidemic action of garlic. Other data suggest that garlic contributes significantly to lowering systolic blood pressure. This action is well known to the general public. The German Herbal Committee (Commission E) adds to the official indications of garlic and hypertension. The situation is similar in terms of atherosclerosis and its consequences. Garlic can therefore prevent blood clots in the blood vessels and prevent the development of atherosclerotic plaque. Many valuable studies suggest this. It has recently been found that garlic reduces two other possible cardiovascular risk factors in smokers and obese people, C-reactive protein (so it has anti-inflammatory action), but also homocysteine. An incredible work on garlic was published in 1999 in one of the most important international scientific journals of Cardiology, Atherosclerosis. The volume of atherosclerotic plaque in the carotid and femoral arteries in 280 patients over a 4-year period was studied. Half of them took 900 mg of garlic tablets a day and other placebo pills. In those who took garlic, the atherosclerotic plaque showed a 2.6% decrease in four years. In the placebo group, however, it increased by 15.6%. Therefore, the benefit of garlic has been so significant that it has not been recorded by any drug to date.
Prevents cancer cells
Garlic contains sulfites and other substances that slow down or prevent the growth of cancer cells. Garlic sulfide compounds appear to cause damage to cancer cells as they grow rapidly. The research was conducted in the form of a comparison of populations that consume or do not consume garlic, but also in the laboratory, in experimental animals or in cell cultures. The beneficial anti-cancer effects of garlic are seen in various organs and tissues. They affect various carcinogenic substances and are found in other organisms besides humans. The data collected to date suggests that there is a close correlation between garlic consumption and the prevention of stomach and prostate cancer.
Over the centuries, garlic has been used around the world in the fight against bacterial infections. Louis Pasteur was the first modern scientist to describe the antibacterial activity of onion and garlic juices. Garlic can kill many types of bacteria, some viruses and fungi in the lab, as well as intestinal parasites. From many important study reviews, it is concluded that garlic is effective in preventing the growth of many types of germs that cause many common diseases, such as food poisoning. Another important bacterium is Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which is often resistant to common antibiotics and has recently been on the rise. There is significant evidence in favor of the use of garlic in the common cold, according to which those who consumed garlic between November and February showed a significantly lower average of colds. Finally, garlic may be effective in eradicating Helicobacter pylori, a bacterium that has been shown to be responsible for many cases of peptic ulcer.
Ingredients: Garlic extract odourless 530mg, Cellulose caps.
Dosage:1-3 capsules daily.
No Sugar / No Iodine / No Gluten / No Preservatives / No Starch / No Lactose
No Artificial Colors & Fragrances / No Yeast / No Salt / No Animal Ingredients
Suitable for diabetics
Garlic, a natural drug, priceless ally against cancer!