Garlic as a source of good health has been recognised for thousands of years including riots, when garlic rations were cut for those working on the pyramids of ancient Egypt. Its relevance today is every bit as significant as 4000 years ago to promote and condition blood health, support the immune system, helps fight chest infections. It contains iodine, great for the thyroid, protection against scurvy, supports cardiovascular health, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, a rich source of vitamin B, mops up free radicals that may develop into various types of cancer, (prostate, breast, colon and stomach).
Garlic regulates blood sugar and is great for mums to be supporting foetal development. Garlic also supports healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels, reducing the risk of plaque buildup.
Garlic as a health promoting natural product has stood the test of time it’s featured in biblical references found in the pyramids of ancient Egypt; prescribed in ancient Greece, Rome, China and India for its health promoting clinical benefits.