Common uses for garlic
Eat your garlic raw
Garlic’s most powerful medicinal effects are felt when it is eaten raw and crushed.
It produces Alanine an important source of energy for muscle tissue, the brain and central nervous system. It strengthens the immune system while helping in the metabolism of sugars and organic acids.
Garlic promotes circulation and sweating, removes abdominal obstructions and stagnant food and inhibits the common cold virus as well as viruses, amoebae and other microorganisms associated with degenerative diseases like cancer.
A powerful probiotic and blood cleanser, garlic will eliminate worms and yeasts including Candida albicans.
Garlic must be taken regularly for several weeks to initiate substantial improvement in chronic conditions.
Asthma: try eating garlic and red potatoes with lemon juice. Slice them raw into thin rounds, squeeze lemon juice on them and add a little sea salt and eat up.
Heart health: garlic helps by lowering fibrinogen levels, reducing the risk of heart attack and the danger of thrombosis caused by abnormal blood clotting.
Athlete's foot: put crushed garlic into dry socks before bed. Raw garlic can help to kill the athlete’s foot fungus over night.
Infection / fungi: a sulphur compound, called ‘allicin’, is formed when you crush a garlic clove. This is a protector/inhibitor said to attack two dozen kinds of bacteria, plus numerous fungi. - “The antibiotic activity of one milligram (a clove) of allicin, the active ingredient in fresh cut garlic, equals 15 units of penicillin.” Koch and Lawson, Garlic: (The Science and Therapeutic Application, 2nd edition, Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore 1996).
Breast Cancer: Garlic kills breast cancer cells especially if eaten raw in foods. If you’re going to cook garlic, always peel and chop, then let it rest for 10 to 15 minutes before you heat. Heating right away doesn’t allow time for the cancer-inhibiting compounds to develop.
Cough: Suck garlic infused with honey
Cholesterol: a daily ration of five fresh cloves minced into other food, has been shown to lower blood serum cholesterol, to normal levels in just 14 days.
Common cold: hold a clove of garlic in the mouth for at least 15 minutes, and then consume it.
Sore Throat: drink Garlic, onions, horseradish, cinnamon, clove and tea tree oil put in lemon juice and sipped.
Parasites: Eat four cloves of fresh garlic and raw onion in salads or veggie sandwiches to help eliminate the parasite overwhelm, each day for 21 days.
Warts: use Thuja Oil & Garlic Cloves tapped over the Wart at night
sourced from: Farmacist Desk Referenec Vol 2 by Don Tolman