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Many people use garlic, but they probably do not know precisely their benefits and can encourage this knowledge of the non-use of garlic to think about their exclusion from food.
According to standard media, the ancient Egyptians, Babylonians, Greeks, Romans and Chinese always used garlic as medicine.
The medical value of garlic is a sulfur compound known as the allicin that is produced, the garlic cloves are cut, chopped or chewed, and it is also responsible for the garlic scent that is not desirable.
According to Peter McClasky, founder of the Toronto Herd Feast, there are low-fat, blood-clotting, high blood pressure suppressants, cancer-limiting agents and anti-oxidants and anti-microbial agents.
Studies have shown that garlic fights for colds and strengthens the immune system and also significantly reduces blood pressure.
Doctors say adding garlic to your diet regularly protects against various types of cancers, including colon and stomach cancer.
Research has also shown that antibacterial garlic can help prevent food poisoning by killing bacteria.
Due to anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties of garlic, it can also be used to treat a foot. You can dip feet of garlic in water or rub raw garlic on your feet to keep it healthy.
Studies in India also show that garlic can be used as a mosquito repellent, placed directly on the skin or kept at your bed.
In addition to what is antioxidant, garlic reduces cholesterol and blood pressure, and helps to prevent Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
Garlic is recommended to reduce fatigue and improve the ability to work, and some people use it today to reduce the fatigue caused by heavy workout.
It should be said that most of the health benefits of garlic are greater in fresh form, ie they have not been cooked or stored for a long time.