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Natural Care Garlic
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Origin, Distribution and Composition
Garlic is an erect biennial herb of the onion family, normally grown as an annual. It has irregular roots, condensed, flattened stem and narrow, flat leaves. The bulb consists of 6 to 35 bulblets called cloves, enclosed in a thick whitish, glistening and transparent covering.
Garlic has been highly valued for centuries all over the world for its health-building qualities. Hypocrites, he father of medicine (460-357 BC) recommended the use of this herb in infectious diseases and particularly prescribed it for intestinal disorders.
Garlic is believed to have organized in Central Asia and was known to the Chinese as far back as 3,000 BC. Egyptians, Greeks and Romans also used garlic both as a staple food and as a medicine for several ailments. It spread to all parts of the world and is now widely grow in the Mediterranean region, India, Philippines, China, Ethiopia, Kenya, Brazil and Mexico. An analysis of garlic shows it to contain moisture 62.0 percent, protein 6.3 percent, fat 0.1 percent and fibre 0.8 percent. Its mineral ad vitamin contents are calcium, phosphorous, iron, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and vitamin C. It also contains traces of iodine, sulphur and chlorine.
In herbal medicine, garlic has bee traditionally used for asthma, deafness, leprosy, bronchial congestion, arteriosclerosis ? that is hardening of arteries- fevers, worms and liver and gall bladder trouble. Garlic is good for the heart, a food for the hair, a stimulant to appetite, a strength-giving food, useful in leucoderma, leprosy, piles, worms, catarrhal disorders, asthma and cough.
Clinical experiments in recent time have confirmed several ancient beliefs about the healing value of this herb.
Garlic has proved effective in certain disease of the chest. It reduces fetidity or stinking of the breath in pulmonary gangrene. Garlic is useful I the treatment of tuberculosis. Taken in sufficient quantities, it is a marvelous remedy for pneumonia.
Three cloves of garlic boiled in milk, can be used every night with excellent results in asthma. This has been found effective in reducing the severity of asthmatic attacks.
Garlic is one of the most beneficial herbs for the digestive system. It is good for the lymph, and aids elimination of noxious waste matter in the body. It stimulates peristalsis, or movement of the intestines ? and the secretion of the digestive juices. It has an antiseptic effect and is an excellent remedy for infectious diseases and inflammations of the stomach and intestines.
The herb is an excellent worm expeller. It is also good in treating various forms of diarrhoea. Problems such as colitis, dysentery and many other intestinal disorders can be successfully treated with fresh garlic or garlic capsules. One garlic capsule taken thrice a day is usually sufficient to correct mild cases of diarrhoea or dysentery. Garlic has the ability to destroy harmful bacteria in the intestines without affecting the beneficial organisms, which aid digestion.
High Blood Pressure
Garlic is one of the most effective remedies for lowering blood pressure. Pressure and tension are reduced because it has the power to ease the spasm of the small arteries. It also slows the pulse and modifies the heart rhythm, besides relieving symptoms of dizziness, shortness of breath and formation of gas within the digestive tract. The average dosage should be 2 to 3 capsules a day to reduce the blood pressure.
In Russia, garlic is used extensively in the treatment fo rheumatism and associated diseases. Even in Britain, garlic is recommended fro rheumatic afflictions. Recent experiments in Japan tested a garlic extract on patients with lumbago and arthritis with a large number being benefited without any undesirable side-effects. Its anti-inflammatory property accounts for its effectiveness in the treatment of arthritis and rheumatism.
Following a recent study, a West German doctor claims that garlic may prevent heart attack. Garlic helps to break up cholesterol in blood vessels, thereby preventing any hardening of arteries, which leads to high blood pressure and heart attack. If a patient takes garlic after a heart attack, the cholesterol level comes down. Though the earlier damage may not be repaired the chances of new attacks are reduced.
Garlic preparations, including extracts and juices, have been used successfully against cancer. In Russian studies, garlic preparations have been found to retard tumour growth in human beings.
Dr. Tariq Abdullah a US researcher and staff physician of the Albar clinic and Research Institute in Panama City, Florida said recently that he and his colleagues found that white blood cells from six patients give garlic killed 139 per cent more tumour cells in a bal dis than did cells from people who did not eat garlic.
Garlic is an excellent remedy for whooping cough. It should be given more often if the coughing spells are frequent and violent.
The herb is regarded a rejuvenator. It has been found to help remove toxins, revitalize the blood, stimulate circulation and promote intestinal flora, or colony of bacteria that prevent infection by harmful bacteria.
Garlic has been used successfully for a variety of skin disorders. Even very persistent forms of acne, in some adults, have been healed with garlic. The use of garlic helps to clear the skin of spots pimples and boils. The process if further helped by also taking the garlic internally to purify the blood. A regular course of three garlic capsules per day should help to clear minor skin infections quickly.
Wounds and Ulcers
The herb has been used as an antiseptic in wounds and ulcerations with beneficial results. Russian physicians are making extensive use of garlic in the healing of wounds.
Garlic ha a pronounced aphrodisiac effect. It is a tonic for the loss of sexual power from any cause. It also treats sexual debility and impotency caused by overindulgence in sex and nervous exhaustion from dissipating habit. It is said to be especially usefly to old men with nervous tension and failing libido.
Garlic is the most wdely used of the cultivated alliums after onions. It is used both as a food and seasoning, in the preparaion of soups, sauces and pickles. In Spain and Italy, it is used with almost every food
Take one capsule 2 times a day.
Quantity: 1 Bottle - 60 Capsules