Garlic is probably the most wonderful plant from the Allium family.
The same family to which onions belong. It grows popularly in many parts
of the world and diversely used as an ingredient in cooking due to its
strong smell, delicious taste, and spicy flavor. It not only gives good
taste to the food but also is one of the most powerful antibiotic. It
can heal many ailments and popularly known for its antibiotic,
antioxidant, antifungal, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
Without a doubt, it’s a boon to humankind.
Garlic Nutritional Facts
Garlic cloves have amazingly high levels of vitamins and minerals. Just 100 g provides (in % of recommended daily allowance):
- 95% of vitamin B-6
- 38% of vitamin C
- 13% of iron
- 18% of calcium
- 80% of manganese
- 22% Phosphorus
it raw have myriads of health benefits and it works as a powerful
medicine– There are many uses of garlic in Ayurveda and traditional
- It is scientifically proven that it decreases cholesterol and high blood pressure. Daily consumption of garlic also prevents heart attack and coronary heart disease. It’s true!
you have problems like flu, bug bites, cold, fungal infections,
traveler’s diarrhea you should definitely consider trying garlic.
can improve your immunity and the body’s ability to remove toxins.
Garlic combined with ginger and onion can detoxify your body from
How to use garlic?
The best way to
consume garlic is raw, because allicin, its active ingredient is
decentralized by heat. Before consuming it crush and slice the clove,
and leave it for 15 minutes. When you crush, it activates a reaction
that makes allicin more bio-available.
Be aware of the fact that it works best when eaten on an empty stomach.
Raw Garlic and Honey and how to consume it
- Chop 2-3 garlic cloves into small pieces. Mix them with a tablespoon of honey.