Garlic, botanically known as Allium Sativum, has been cultivated from thousands of years in many parts of the world. It is renowned throughout the world for it’s hot, pungent, aromatic flavours and healing properties. Also it forms a crucial fraction of Ayurveda. Significant usage for garlics as a medicinal herb has been well documented in ancient civilizations..i.e.. Roman, Greek, Egyptian, Babylonians, Asian and Chinese.
Not only ancient but modern science has also reafirmed it’s medicinal benefits.
- Prevention of Heart Disease – Regular garlic consumption helps to lower the cholesterol levels, due to it’s antioxidant properties of Allicin. Not only this, but it also lowers the blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
- Cancer Prevention – Several studies have indicated the regular consumption of garlics…
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