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Benefits of Eating Raw Garlic


Garlic and its cousins (onions, chives and scallions) are possibly the most interesting of all vegetables. Garlic is able to slow and kill over 60 types of fungus and 20 types of bacteria, as well as some of the most potent viruses. Garlic has a history of killing parasites and controlling secondary fungal infections, detoxifying while
gently stimulating elimination, and has antioxidant properties to protect against oxidation caused by parasite toxins. The active components in garlic that kill parasites are Allicin and Ajoene. These compounds can kill ameba’s including one-cell varieties, as well as pinworms and hookworms. Allicin is not present in garlic in its natural state. When garlic is chopped or otherwise damaged, the enzyme alliinase acts on the chemical alliin converting it into allicin, the active component contributing for its success for killing parasites.
So, Use crushed or juiced garlic for serious power.
Many researches are going on in different parts of the world to find its role as a cancer curing agent and controlling heart diseases. Its been noticed that Garlic causes the gut to produce enzymes that can clear it of cancer-causing particles.
Dosages: - The average person may safely consume up to four cloves of raw garlic each day, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. While four cloves of garlic may be safe for some, it's not safe for everyone. If you have a sensitive stomach or have certain health conditions, such as a gastrointestinal disorder, you may not be able to safely consume up to four cloves of garlic each day. It’s better to start having half a clove in the beginning and then if comfortable with the results can increases its dose. On a safer side you can consult your doctor first and take his counsel. 

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