Why This Premium High-Allicin Garlic May Be Nature's Most Potent Weapon Against

Late Winter Sickness

With Many New High-Tech Vaccines And Pharmaceuticals Now Available... Garlic May Seem Like An Ancient Medicinal Relic... But The Published Studies Say Otherwise

As Early As 1858, French Biologist Louis Pasteur Discovered That Garlic Had Powerful Anti-Bacterial Activity

In 1858, Louis Pasteur wrote that garlic could kill bacteria. More specifically, he noted that garlic killed Helicobacter pylori. The antiseptic properties of garlic were confirmed in the keeping down of cholera in 1913 and the keeping down of typhoid fever and diphtheria in 1918.

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Garlic is an incredible plant belonging to the Liliaceae family, and is widely grown around the world. In our region, it is a highly valued folk spice and food, known for its preventive and curative properties. Throughout history, garlic has been used by physicians from different regions to treat various epidemics such as typhus, dysentery, cholera, and influenza.

Recent scientific research has also shown promising results in treating many diseases. Studying the history of garlic could further strengthen the ability of pharmacists and physicians to provide better professional services and improve the quality of life for people.

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Pliny the Elder, in his monumental 37-volume Natural History - a series of books purporting to hold all the knowledge in the world - listed garlic specifically for 61 different afflictions, among them scorpion bites, tapeworms, and epilepsy. (It also, he noted, acts as an aphrodisiac if taken with fresh coriander in a glass of wine.) Later sources touted it as a cure for baldness, the Black Plague, influenza, and the common cold.

Garlic has also been recommended for those who suffer from depression. In addition, the Japanese have not included garlic in the Buddhist tradition because of its stimulating effects. Japanese cuisine does not appreciate garlic either.

In ancient Indian medicine, garlic was a valuable remedy used as a tonic to cure a lack of appetite, joint weakness, cough, skin disease, rheumatism, hemorrhoids, etc. In the Vedas – the Indian holy book – garlic was mentioned among other medicinal plants. Indian priests were the first physicians and pharmacists, and unsurprisingly, the healing was accompanied and complemented by diverse spells and rituals, prayers, and magnificent ceremonies.

The Egyptians knew about medicinal, aromatic, spicy, and poisonous plants. Initially, when they were impoverished, they were satisfied with the medicinal plants from their flora around the Nile River. It was the garlic that they used most. Subsequently, when gaining power and mercantile importance, they searched increasingly for medicinal plants possessing intense physiological activity, along with spices and aromas from the East. The usage of garlic continued but now as a food and remedy for the poor, i.e., the slaves.

Both slaves and Pharaohs ate garlic for strength and vitality

The Egyptians fed their slaves with garlic to make them strong and capable of doing more work. The Old Greek historian Herodotus wrote: ‘Inscriptions on the plates of the Egyptian pyramids tell us how much their builders used the garlic for this vegetable, 1600 talents of silver were spent (approximately 30 million dollars)’. In this period, garlic was an irreplaceable nutritional supplement. 

Builders commonly ate insipid food (different porridges); only a third of this food was utilized by their bodies. If it had not been for the garlic, which builders used a great deal, they would not have been able to keep balance, let alone pull the gigantic stones. Besides providing them with the necessary quantity of vitamins, garlic additionally supported them with another of its properties – it decreased their need for food.

The Egyptian crypts are the oldest visible inscriptions for the existence of garlic. Archaeologists have discovered clayey sculptures of garlic bulbs dating from 3700 BC, while illustrations with garlic have been found in another crypt from 3200 BC. In Ebers Papyrus (around 1500 BC), various medicinal plants were mentioned, including the much-appreciated garlic, which is efficient in healing 32 illnesses.

The youngest pharaoh, Tutankhamun (1320 BC), was sent on his trip to life beyond the grave, escorted by garlic as a patron of his soul and protector of his wealth. Archaeologists have discovered garlic bulbs in the pyramids as well.

Garlic was greatly valued in ancient Greek culture, but interestingly, those who had consumed it were not allowed to enter the temples and were called 'rank roses.' Garlic bulbs dating back as far as 1850–1400 BC were discovered during the archeological excavations in the Knossos Palace on the Greek island of Crete. 

Greek army leaders fed their soldiers garlic before significant battles. Even today, some Olympic athletes eat garlic to enhance their performance instead of taking dangerous drugs. Garlic bulbs were offered as gifts to Greek gods and laid on the main crossroads. Garlic was considered a remedy by Orpheus and Hippocrates, who mentioned its effectiveness against intestinal parasites, as well as its laxative and diuretic properties.

Dioscorides recommended garlic for colic relief, regulating the menstruation cycle, and even against seasickness. The Greeks referred to garlic as snake grass as it was used as a remedy against snakebites and mad dog bites.

 Garlic Has Been Called "Russian Penicillin"!

Historically, garlic has been used in Russia as a remedy for respiratory tract illnesses and even as an inhalant for children. It was also incorporated into the preparation for piloting and military assignments, as well as for the treatment of German soldiers during World War I. 

Despite the introduction of penicillin during World War II, the Russian Red Army continued to use garlic for medicinal purposes, leading to its nickname of "Russian penicillin" or "natural antibiotic."

Garlic Destroys Free Radicals!

Garlic is a natural ingredient that can help prevent the generation of free radicals in the body and supports its protective mechanisms to destroy them. Studies have identified six potent phenylpropanoids in garlic peels that possess antioxidative and antihypertensive properties. In a trial involving 20 patients with hypertension, garlic pearl preparation was found to reduce blood pressure, lower the level of nitric oxide and lipid peroxidation, and increase the level of antioxidative vitamins C and E.

These findings suggest that garlic can benefit people with essential hypertension and provide cardio-protective benefits. Additionally, garlic has been shown to help prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, dementia, and Alzheimer's disease due to its antioxidative, hypocholesterolemic, antithrombotic, and antihypertensive properties.

Garlic also exhibits strong anticarcinogenic potential and has been found to be active against sarcoma in rats and to stop mitosis of cancerous cells without adverse effects. Ajoene, a compound found in garlic, has decisive anti-leukemic action and has shown promising results in patients with acute myeloid leukemia.

Several studies have been conducted on garlic as a potential remedy against cancer, and many scientists believe that high doses of garlic extract can help prevent cancer.

Throughout history, garlic has been an essential plant in our daily lives. Its active compounds have been known to positively affect almost every part of our body, making it an excellent tonic for the human organism. In fact...

Garlic Acts As A Prebiotic

For Your Gut Microbiome!

Much research has been done to show that the foods we eat have a significant impact on our gut health. Some of the foods that have been found to be beneficial for the gut include yogurt, sprouted grains, salmon, and garlic. (see study below)

As we've reported above, Garlic, in particular, has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years and is known for its positive effects on the gut. Recent studies have now revealed that garlic acts as a prebiotic for the gut microbiome.

This is essential as the gut microbiome is comprised of bacteria, fungi, and other components that live in our digestive tract and directly affect our digestion, immune system, and even our mental health.

Here Are Some Of The Research Links That Reveal The Immune Supporting Power Of High-Allicin Garlic Powder:

Note: while the studies below are very compelling, they do not... in and of themselves... guarantee that high-allicin garlic powder (premium version or otherwise) will provide treatment for or will cure any disease or illness. Neither the FDA or any government agency has approved this product as a medicine, treatment or cure for any disease. You know the rules: Always see a competent healthcare provider if you are sick.

More Health And Healing Properties Of Garlic

Several studies have shown that garlic has essential nutritional components that can benefit the human body and can be used to combat various illnesses. Garlic is a valuable source of sulfur compounds like alliin, allicin, diallyl sulfide, and ajoene, as well as water, cellulose, amino acids, lipids, etheric oil, fructosans, steroid saponosides, organic acids, minerals (Mg, Zn, Se, germanium), vitamins (C, A, B complex), and enzymes.

Garlic has many actions, primarily due to allicin and other sulfur compounds. Garlic's antibiotic, antibacterial, and antifungal actions have been confirmed by in vitro studies. Garlic is used to treat respiratory tract diseases since the respiratory organs partly excrete allicin. French phytotherapist Lecraec used garlic tincture to treat a patient with pulmonary gangrene, and the patient recovered in 17 days.

Recent studies have also found that garlic protects against the common cold. During the cold season from November to February, patients were examined for 12 weeks, and the results showed that those who took garlic were less likely to catch a cold or had an easier time dealing with it than those who were given a placebo.

   Garlic Can Even Lower Incidences 

Of Hip Osteoarthritis

It's true. Women who consume a lot of garlic and other allums have lower incidences of hip osteoarthritis than women who eat less garlic, say researchers from King's College London and the University of East Anglia. Researchers looked at the diets of 1000 healthy female twins, the majority of whom did not have arthritis.

To investigate the potential protective effect of alliums further, researchers studied the compounds found in garlic. They found that a compound called diallyl disulfide limits the amount of cartilage-damaging enzymes when introduced to a human cartilage cell-line in the laboratory.

Dr. Frances Williams, lead author from the Department of Twin Research at King's College London, says: "While we don't yet know if eating garlic will lead to high levels of this component in the joint, these findings may point the way towards future treatments and prevention of hip osteoarthritis." That research is here.

The Late Winter Months Seem To Throw All Kinds Of Pathogens At Us

Everyone knows it. From December through March... we get less sun and less fresh air. And, whether it's Christmas parties, shopping in public places or just seeing old friends again for a bite to eat... unwelcome germs are often in the air as well as on tables, plates and silverware.

It's a time of year to add an additional layer of protection. It's a time to add an all-natural big gun, Garlic.

Why You Should Consider This Particular

High-Allicin Garlic Power

This is a specially sourced, premium organic powder that is not from India or China or any country that allows heavy spraying of pesticides and herbicides. It's certified organic as well as Kosher and the powder comes from small independent farms in the U.S.

This domestically sourced garlic powder could be considered Pharmaceutical Grade and is cold pressed as well as "flash pasteurized" to maximize potency. The importance of using air drying during processing cannot be underestimated. Many processors use high heat to quicken the drying process and in so doing... destroy many of garlic's most potent and beneficial bio-chemicals.

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I found this fascinating report while researching Garlic. Its intention is to explain how garlic can be used as a nontoxic garden and farming pesticide. But it's more than that. The report is a very comprehensive look at Garlic in general. It has a lot of information on garlic that is not found on the internet generally. (This little gem was hidden in plain sight so to speak.) It will be delivered via email upon purchase of any amount of high-allicin garlic.

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Pharmaceutical grade, premium garlic powder sells for around $20.00 a pound on Amazon and other places online. Lower priced garlic powder is usually sourced from other countries (some with questionable growing and harvesting practices) and has a lower overall allicin percentage.



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