Researchers continue to amass evidence that garlic contains preventative and healing properties. The most active and medicinal elements in garlic are its sulfur compounds upon which most of the herb’s research has been based.
Louis Pasteur in 1858 first proved that garlic was an antibiotic by demonstrating how it could kill bacteria in laboratory culture dishes. Since then 1000’s of papers have been published internationally regarding garlic’s health benefits.
Not only has garlic been shown to fight infection, studies also show that when taken regularly it significantly lowers LDL (‘bad’) cholesterol while raising the HDL(“good”) cholesterol. Garlic also lowers blood pressure by mimicking prostaglandin E1 which decreases resistance in the peripheral blood vessels.
Currently garlic’s anti-tumor and anticancer effects are the most intensively studied. It is believed that garlic inhibits an enzyme the promotes tumors. The compound that appears to be the most affective against cancer is diallyl sulfide.
Progress is also being made with garlic’s use for lowering blood sugar levels in laboratory animals and humans.
Odorless Garlic Wisconsin Ginseng
60 capsules-500 mg each
Serving size: 2 capsules
Servings per container: 30
Amount per serving:
Odorless Garlic 150 mg
Wisconsin Ginseng 350 mg
Oderless Garlic Extract (Allium Sativum) 2 capsules contain 300 mg of Odorless Garlic Powder Extract equivalent to 3-1/3 (6000 mg) of fresh garlic cloves.
Wisconsin American Ginseng (Panax quiquefolius) guaranteed 10% minimum natural level of active ingredient