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About Aged Garlic Supplements

The use of Garlic therapeutically dates back to 1,500 BC with the early Egyptians, though it has been used as a medicinal food in many other ancient cultures. Hippocrates, "The Father of Medicine" (460-370BC), used it for the treatment of (infection-like) intestinal disease, which, according to the methodology of modern science, does in fact make a great deal of sense given its antibacterial activity. The effects of Garlic are wide-reaching in the human body. Not only does this miraculous food make aioli taste amazing, it may also assist with the management of a range of health concerns.



Garlic, or Allium sativum, is particularly helpful for the prevention of cardiovascular disease. It has been shown to decrease blood pressure, assist with reducing cholesterol and also improves antioxidant status. One of the identified contributors to atherosclerosis, or plaque build up in the arteries, is oxidised cholesterol. This has been theorised for decades, and recently proposed again in Lipids in Health and Disease, 2017. The introduction of a broad range of antioxidants, in both food and supplemental form, may assist in reducing LDL cholesterol oxidation and assist in preventing the development of atherosclerosis. Research published in 2014 in Phytomedicine indicated that garlic assisted in reducing cardiovascular disease risk factors.


It was reported back in 2001 in Advances in Therapy that Garlic can reduce days with symptoms with a cold from 5 to 1.5, and also reduce the likelihood of getting a cold in the first place, which is impressive to say the least. This is testament to Garlic's not only powerful anti-bacterial and anti-fungal effects, but also it activity as a natural anti-viral agent.



So if its infection-related, think Garlic. Yet you can think of it for so much more, especially when it comes to quenching free-radicals and cardiovascular disease risk markers.