Holistic practitioners and doctors around the world know that garlic provides extraordinary health benefits. These are the diseases that can be killed with garlic consumption due to its strong properties for fighting infections:
Methicillin-Staphylococcus Aureus resistant to methicillin (MRSA);
Aflatoxicosis associated with mycotoxin;
Thrush (fungal growth in the oral cavity);
Candid, yeast infection;
Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, Clostridum infection resistant to multiple drugs;
Streptococcus Infection – Group 3;
Herpes Simples 1 & 2, Parainfluenza type 3;
Many people have been using this vegetable for treating cancer. Even Hippocrates advised consuming great amounts of crushed garlic for treating this disease.
In case you want to use the vegetable as anti-fungal, consume at least 5 crushed cloves each day. One pod of the vegetable contains around 12 cloves. After you crush them, let the cloves sit for a minimum of 15 minutes so that it can release the enzyme named allinase which creates anti-cancer and anti-fungal compounds. You may consume it cooled or raw in sandwiches and other meals, while supplements do not have the same anti-fungal and anti-cancer compounds.
The research literature MEDLINE also contains garlic in its database with amazing 4245 studies in the National Medicine Library. According to the information stored there, garlic is highly important in treating or preventing more than 150 health problems like plaque accumulation, mercury poisoning, DNA damage, cancer, diabetes, and other. One study showed that garlic is valuable for 167 health problems, but most of the research indicate the role of garlic in treating and preventing cardiovascular diseases and cancer, which are the main causes of death.
Garlic is time-tested, delicious, safe, and cheap, regarded as ‘life-saving’ ingredient.
Doctors prescribe medications for health issues, but you are the one responsible for your health and need to learn how to use the nature and stay healthy. Now that you know about garlic, you should incorporate it into your diet.