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35 health benefits of garlic

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1 35 health benefits of garlic on Wed Oct 24, 2012 6:22 am

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35 health benefits of garlic:

1. Helps treat atherosclerosis.

2. Helps lower cholesterol.


3. Has the ability to lower blood pressure.

4. Helps treat gout.

5. Treating and preventing the flu and upper respiratory tract infections.

6. Prevents the growth and spread of bacteria.

7. Helps treat Tuberculosis.

8. Treating purulent wounds.

9. Helps treat Trichomoniasis (a sexually transmitted infection.)

10. Boosts your metabolism.

11. Prevents the spread of collon cancer…

12. …gall bladder cancer…

13. …rectal cancer…

14. …breast cancer…

15. …and prostate cancer.

16. Helps aid digestion.

16. Treats a yeast infection.

17. Dissolves blood clots.

18. Increases appetite.

19. Kills intestinal worms and parasites.

20. Helps treat cataracts.

21. Helps treat arthritis.

22. Helps treat diabetes.

23. Help treat staph infection.

24. Hells get rid of a tooth ache.

25. Treats acne.

26. Kills warts.

27. Helps treat tetter.

28. Helps in the treatment of boils on the skin.

29. Has a soothing effect on the intestines.

30. Garlic phytoncides are used to treat asthma…

31. …chronic bronchitis…

31. …and whooping cough.

32. Helps cure insomnia.

33. Slows the process of aging.

34. Inhibits the growth of Candida albicans.

35. Strengthens the body’s immune system.





2 Re: 35 health benefits of garlic on Sat Feb 09, 2013 8:32 pm

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This is one of the best herbs for sure sister, thanks for this post. Allah is Great...


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3 Re: 35 health benefits of garlic on Sat May 18, 2013 7:16 am

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Why garlic is good for the heart



















The smell may be a healthy sign




Researchers have cracked the mystery of why eating garlic can help keep the heart healthy.
The key is allicin, which is broken down into the foul-smelling sulphur compounds which taint breath.

These compounds react with red blood cells and produce
hydrogen sulphide which relaxes the blood vessels, and keeps blood
flowing easily.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham research appears in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.













Our results suggest garlic in the diet is a very good thing








Dr David Kraus
University of Alabama






However, UK experts warned taking garlic supplements could lead to side effects.

Hydrogen sulphide generates a smell of rotten eggs and is used to make stink bombs.

But at low concentrations it plays a vital role in helping cells to communicate with each other.

And within the blood vessels it stimulates the cells that form the lining to relax, causing the vessels to dilate.

This, in turn, reduces blood pressure, allowing the
blood to carry more oxygen to essential organs, and reducing pressure
on the heart.

The Alabama team bathed rat blood vessels in a bath containing juice from crushed garlic.

Striking results

This produced striking results - with tension within the vessels reduced by 72%.

The researchers also found that red blood cells exposed
to minute amounts of juice extracted from supermarket garlic
immediately began emitting hydrogen sulphide.

Further experiments showed that the chemical reaction took place mainly on the surface of the blood cells.

The researchers suggest that hydrogen sulphide
production in red blood cells could be used to standardise dietary
garlic supplements.

Lead researcher Dr David Kraus said: "Our results suggest garlic in the diet is a very good thing.

"Certainly in areas where garlic consumption is high,
such as the Mediterranean and the Far East, there is a low incidence of
cardiovascular disease."

Judy O'Sullivan, a cardiac nurse at the British Heart
Foundation, said: "This interesting study suggests that garlic may
provide some heart health benefits.

"However, there remains insufficient evidence to support
the notion of eating garlic as medicine in order to reduce the risk of
developing coronary heart disease.

"Having garlic as part of a varied diet is a matter of personal choice.

"It is important to note that large amounts in
supplement form may interact with blood thinning drugs and could
increase the risk of bleeding."

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