Garlic

The garlic has many beneficial effects for the body. Here are some of them:

Garlic replaces antibiotics:
It is known the garlic acts as a natural antibiotic. Moreover, it reduces the body’s need for antibiotics because it prevents infections and colds. During the winter add plenty of garlic in soups, sauces or other dishes.

Very good sore throat remedy:
Ma a garlic infusion and use it for daily gargles. Do not worry if you swallow the tea, it has no negative consequences.

Garlic Syrup strengthens immunity:
Do you often catch a cold? Your immunity is low! The reliable aid in such situations is garlic. Syrup made of a few cloves of garlic mixed with honey instantly treats infections. How do you prepare it? 6-8 cloves garlic, finely minced, mixed with 8 teaspoons of honey. Allow a few days for the ingredients to pervade into each other and have a teaspoon daily.

Garlic ointment treats bronchitis:
In winter, respiratory diseases are the most common. What could help us better help than garlic? Prepare an ointment of some garlic cloves, finely chopped, cloves and oil. Boil this mixture on low fire, stir until it becomes a paste and let it to cool. Apply the ointment on the chest, stomach, throat; it will be effective against bronchitis and respiratory infections.

Garlic improves circulation:
Blood circulation can be improved by regular consumption of garlic. Furthermore, it lowers blood pressure by relaxing the walls of arteries and veins. Studies have shown that people who eat garlic have significant decrease in blood pressure.

2 responses to this post.

  1. I just heard an interview with a chef of a restaurant in B.C. who uses garlic in every dish he serves.
    I was preparing Stamp’pot Kale and tried to add garlic. 3 sections’ in stamp’pot for two. [Potatoes mixed with Kale – butter and cut-up garlic mixed in later.

    The chef is right It tasted great!

    Reply

  2. Fine way of describing, and nice piece of writing to obtain facts about my
    presentation topic, which i am going to present in school.

    Reply

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