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Sore Throat:

Chop of mince a clove of Garlic until it's real fine, then boil water
like you do when making tea. Next, add chopped Garlic to the water,
let it sit in water for a few minutes, then strain.

Let the water cool before drinking.

It soothes the throat by reducing tissue inflammation,
thus also minimizing pain. Add honey for flavor.

Cold Sores:

To cure, cut a clove in half and apply to the sore. But
avoid applying garlic directly to the skin, as it may causing
burning and irritation.

Colds, Flu and Coughs:

Garlic is loaded with vitamins and minerals
like manganese, selenium, iron, copper, vitamin C,
vitamin B, potassium, and other antioxidants,
including allicin.

Garlic have anti-viral and immune boosting properties.
Garlic has been used as an antiseptic, antibacterial,
and anti-fungal age
It may help the body resist or destroy viruses and other
It does
this by boosting the immune system.
Garlic is also claimed to fight infections.

The results of a 12-week study showed that garlic every day
reduced the number
of colds by 63%.

In another study, participants who took a garlic
supplement were more likely to catch a cold than
were those who did not take garlic; thos
e who
used garlic also got over colds faster.

Studies have also reported that the average
length of cold symptoms were reduced from
5 days to a day and a half.

To cure, mince a clove of Garlic and steep it in hot water for
5 minutes. Strain and drink. Add some honey for flavor.

Garlic is safe for most people to consume unless you
have allergies.
It could cause stomach discomfort for some,
and others might not like the taste or smell.

For colds and the flu, it also provides decongestant and
expectorant effects.

Roast a clove of garlic and have it with a spoon of
honey before going to bed.
This provides you relief against cough.

At the first sign of an impending cold, a sniffle, scratchiness
in the throat, itchy or runny eyes: crush a clove of garlic
(or 2 or 3) and place the garlic in a cup.
Let the garlic rest for 10 minutes.

Pour boiling water over the garlic, leaving room for honey
and lemon.
Add honey and/or lemon to taste (optional). Drink.
The garlic will remain at the bottom of the cup.
Scoop it up with a spoon and chew it well before swallowing.
The next day, if the scratchy throat and other symptoms persist,
repeat the process.

And remember, drink plenty of fluids and rest often to speed
up recovery.