Garlic Facts and Uses:


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Garlic powder has all of the benefits of whole
Garlic because it is a powdered
version of whole Garlic.

If used as a substitute for fresh Garlic,
1/8 teaspoon of Garlic powder is
equivalent to
1 clove
of fresh Garlic, and 1 1/2 teaspoons
of Garlic powder equals to 3 cloves.

Garlic can be a flavorful addition to
your dish and also double as a
valuable aid to your health.

Garlic contains antioxidants to kill
bacteria, and also has anti -
inflammatory properties.

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.

Colds and / or Coughs:

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


Plant a garlic clove beside a houseplant
to keep all types of pests away.


Benefits of Garlic:

Garlic lowers the risk of heart disease by
lowering total LDL Cholesterol.
Garlic can enhance the body's ability to
dissolve blood clots that would otherwise
increase the risk of heart attacks by
closing the arteries.

Garlic each day helps keep blood pressure
at bay.
It's active compounds can significantly
reduce blood pressure comparable to

Garlic can help your iron metabolism.
That's because the Diallyl Sulfides
in Garlic can help increase production
of a protein called Ferroportin.

Garlic improves bone health:

The alkalizing herb is filled with bone
- healthy nutrients such as:
Zinc, Maganese, Vitamin B-6,
and Vitamin C.
Garlic also contains:
Vitamin B-1, Potassium, Magnesium,
Protein, Carbohydrates, and water.

Medical Practitioners say Garlic is
so powerful that it cleanses the
body from Parasites and
worms, prevents diseases like
diabetes, typhus, and some
cancer types.