Garlic is famous for its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-fungal properties. You may shy away from the smell, but you should walk back because it’s going to make you live longer.
Here’s an infographic telling you all you need to know about garlic:
Garlic is not only easily available but also it is a great addition to your food. You’ll find that many Asian cuisines use it as a regular additive in food.
It’s no surprise that garlic doesn’t have the most pleasant odour. Many people shy away from it due to personal preferences, or even the fact that they have to be present in social situations.
Before we talk about the properties of garlic and how you can consume it, let’s take a look at how you can deal with the smell.
The infographic offers the best solutions for the same:
Garlic has 4 main properties that will help you boost your immune system:
- Antibacterial: Very effective especially with bacteria that may be resistant to pharmaceutical antibiotics.
- Anti-Fungal: Yeast infection, ringworm, etc.
- Anti-Viral: Prevents and cures the common cold, flu, warts, etc.
- Anti-Inflammatory: Heart Conditions, Arthritis, etc.
These properties of garlic not only prevent and cure you from common diseases, but also prevent the growth of cancer cells.
Including garlic in your everyday diet will increase your immunity to many types of diseases.
Garlic can also be used externally on your skin for some physically visible results. It is that effective and efficient.
How To Consume Garlic
Garlic can be consumed externally and internally, depending on the ailment you want to address.
Here is a detailed video on how beauty blogger Ela Gale consumes garlic:
Simple things like hummus and mashed potatoes can be made healthier with just one clove of garlic!
Garlic can be easily incorporated into your diet. If you’re not used to the taste, try something small first. Try using just a clove a day.