Precious garlic.

#Garlic is one of the ingredients most widely used in the world for over 7,000 years
A native of Central Asia, its use has rapidly spread throughout the continent.
So easy to find and use, it stimulates the immune system and normalizes the bacterial flora and works as an effective natural antibiotic.
It has the ability to kill a large number of types of #bacteria. Eating garlic on an empty stomach can help in the prevention and healing of a large number of common annoyances. Consume it in this manner increases its efficiency and its effect of natural antibiotic. Without abuse.
To improve breath after a meal with garlic just chew a leaf of sage or mint leaves or a coffee bean or the seeds of anise.

Garlic contains more than 400 minerals included a high number of antioxidants with numerous therapeutic properties.
Inositol content, known by the technical name of the Vitamin B 7, has among the many functions of B7 hair growth.

As a health scientist I can only advise you to increase the use of fresh garlic in your diet. The reason is easily explained: sulfur compounds that contain the ‘garlic bind stably with lead cadmium and mercury present in the body, allowing the’ elimination.

L ‘Garlic is also active against Helicobacter pylori bacteria responsible for causing stomach ulcers and some forms of cancer of the stomach.

The garlic is composed of nitrogen, sodium, potassium, selenium, calcium, magnesium, silicon, sulfuric acid and phosphoric acid, vitamins C, D, B, phytosterols and essential oils. In addition, garlic is rich in active ingredients such as allicin, which is formed as a result of mechanical destruction, ie crushing or grinding garlic soul. Allicin has a strong bacteriostatic effect that accelerates the cure of the infection. The garlic can also be useful in combating onychomycosis thing that makes the garlic much more valid of most antibiotics today.




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