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Garlic

Garlic, or Allium sativum is in the same plant family as onions, shallots, leeks, and chives. Garlic is a common flavouring ingredient, found in cuisines all over the world. As well as its culinary use, Garlic is used to support a healthy immune system, digestive tract, and cardiovascular system.

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What is Garlic?

Garlic (Allium sativum) originally grew in central Asia before spreading to the ancient cultures clustered around the Mediterranean, such as Egypt and Greece. It is now a staple ingredient in cuisines over the world.

The use of Garlic in food, and as a support for health dates back over 6000 years. Garlic was used by the ancients to support digestive health, respiratory health, and low energy. Garlic has a distinctive pungent odour due to its many sulphur compounds.

Have you heard of aged Garlic? Kyolic Garlic is a premium supplement that has been specifically studied for both immune support and a healthy heart.

The benefits of a Garlic supplement

  • Modern research confirms its significant immune health supporting properties, Garlic is supportive for ills and chills.
  • Garlic has a reputation as a highly effective broad-spectrum support for defence against all sorts of bugs.
  • Garlic is very supportive of cardiovascular health and wellbeing, it supports healthy blood, blood cell function, and supports the lining in the arteries.
  • Garlic is also a source of the trace mineral selenium.

How to take a Garlic supplement for health

Garlic’s strong immune protective action helps control most microbial outbreaks including colds, flu, ENT infections, genital herpes, candidiasis and tinia. Studies also indicate an anti-neoplastic effect with garlic intake contributing to decreased risk of some cancers.

Garlic Side Effects and Contraindications

Garlic’s pungent smell can be obvious on the breath, skin, and sweat when consumed in large amounts. Parsley is nature’s answer to ‘garlic breath’, neutralising the smell when they are consumed together.

Be mindful of not consuming too much Garlic at once, as this may cause an upset tummy. Always take your Garlic supplement as directed.

Taking an Immune Health Supplement can offer an extra layer of support, especially during the winter months when ills and chills are most common. Read some of our other great and Helpful Tips for Good Immune Health.

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Garlic

Garlic

What is Garlic?

Garlic (Allium sativum) originally grew in central Asia before spreading to the ancient cultures clustered around the Mediterranean, such as Egypt and Greece. It is now a staple ingredient in cuisines over the world.

The use of Garlic in food, and as a support for health dates back over 6000 years. Garlic was used by the ancients to support digestive health, respiratory health, and low energy. Garlic has a distinctive pungent odour due to its many sulphur compounds.

Have you heard of aged Garlic? Kyolic Garlic is a premium supplement that has been specifically studied for both immune support and a healthy heart.

The benefits of a Garlic supplement

  • Modern research confirms its significant immune health supporting properties, Garlic is supportive for ills and chills.
  • Garlic has a reputation as a highly effective broad-spectrum support for defence against all sorts of bugs.
  • Garlic is very supportive of cardiovascular health and wellbeing, it supports healthy blood, blood cell function, and supports the lining in the arteries.
  • Garlic is also a source of the trace mineral selenium.

How to take a Garlic supplement for health

Garlic’s strong immune protective action helps control most microbial outbreaks including colds, flu, ENT infections, genital herpes, candidiasis and tinia. Studies also indicate an anti-neoplastic effect with garlic intake contributing to decreased risk of some cancers.

Garlic Side Effects and Contraindications

Garlic’s pungent smell can be obvious on the breath, skin, and sweat when consumed in large amounts. Parsley is nature’s answer to ‘garlic breath’, neutralising the smell when they are consumed together.

Be mindful of not consuming too much Garlic at once, as this may cause an upset tummy. Always take your Garlic supplement as directed.

Taking an Immune Health Supplement can offer an extra layer of support, especially during the winter months when ills and chills are most common. Read some of our other great and Helpful Tips for Good Immune Health.


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