Garlic has been discovered to help children to put on weight while they are in the uterus
Garlic helps treatment of skin problems: Acne, boils, eczema, fungal infections, insect bites and stings
Garlic treats digestive disorders: Stomach ulcer, diarrhea, amoebic dysentery, worms, parasites
Popular folklore says that garlic Impotency has long been thought to benefit from doses of garlic, and treatment continues in many communities to this day. Why not try treating yourself with garlic for several months before you head off to the doctor for that Viagra prescription?
Garlic is said to fight off evil spirits and keep vampires away.
When picking out garlic at the grocery store, choose firm, tight, heavy dry bulbs.
Some studies suggest consuming garlic as a regular part of the diet may lower the risk of certain cancers. However, no clinical trials have examined this. A clinical trial on the long-term use of garlic supplements to prevent stomach cancer found no effect.
Garlic can thin the blood (reduce the ability of blood to clot) in a manner similar to aspirin. This effect may be a problem during or after surgery. Use garlic with caution if you are planning to have surgery or dental work, or if you have a bleeding disorder.
Garlic is a great source of vitamin B6 which is needed for a healthy immune system and the efficient growth of new cells. Vitamin B6 can also assist with mood swings and improve your cheery disposition!