Hello, Friends, Today I am Discuss Here About Uses of Garlic and And Also Discuss With you Medicinal Value of Garlic In Day to Day Life or Present Era.
Garlic was one of the earliest “performance enhancing” substances. Garlic can improve physical performance in lab animals and people with heart disease. Benefits in healthy people are not yet conclusive.
Garlic (Allium sativum) is a popular vegetable with a variety of medicinal properties.What’s not to love about garlic? It’s been a key ingredient in natural home remedies for centuries.
It adds pizazz to our meals, it’s known to ward off mosquitoes (not to mention vampires), and who could forget the powerful effects it has on our health? The power of garlic is enough to make me forget about the not-so-fresh aftertaste. That’s why breath mints were invented! It looks like I’m not the only one who feels this way. With reports rolling in regularly that talk about garlic perhaps being the most powerful herb for heart health, people can’t seem to get enough.
If you go the supplement route, be prepared to hear plenty of back and forth about aged versus fresh garlic. Each supplement manufacturer will claim their garlic is the best and most beneficial. Some tout that aged garlic is better because it has higher antioxidant levels, without the unpleasant effects, like bad breath. Others say fresh garlic is the way to go because, unlike aged, it contains allicin, an oxidant that is fresh garlic’s most beneficial compound. If you’re going to buy a green garlic supplement, medical experts say to look for one that contains 5,000 mcg of allicin to get the biggest health benefit.
• Healthy blood pressure levels
• Urinary tract health
• Healthy cholesterol levels
• Immune system support
• Comfortable digestion
• Eyes and brain health
• Increasing estrogen levels in females
No matter how you crush it, this bud’s for you! Make garlic your life-long friend if not to flavor your meals, than to favor your health.
Garlic appears to have some benefits for bone health by increasing estrogen levels in females, but more human studies are needed. In other words, garlic contains nutrients that act as building blocks for healthy, strong bones.