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garlic benefits







Garlic (Allium sativum) is a strong-smelling, pungent-tasting herb. It is a close relative of onionand is native to Central Asia. It has been used as a food-flavoring agent and as traditional medicine. Mankind recognized the curative qualities of this magic herb over 3,000 years ago. Sir Louis Pasteur, the scientist who discovered pasteurization, effectively utilized the anti-bacterial qualities of this herb all the way back in 1858. [1] A report in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Research suggested that while one clove per day may bring a vast improvement in your overall health, 2 to 3 cloves could prevent an attack of the common cold. [2] World War I medical surgeons also used the garlic juice as an antiseptic for treating war wounds.
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