It contributes to good blood circulation.
Garlic (Allium sativum L.) is a vegetable of the amaryllidaceae family. The active part of this herb is the bulbs, a source of sulphur amino acids (protein substances containing sulphur as an antioxidant mineral with an antiseptic effect).
Traditionally, garlic has been used as a hypolipidemic (helps to reduce circulatory fatty acids and combat cholesterol and triglycerides), antiplatelet (promotes proper blood circulation), peripheral vasodilator (with hypotensive effect), antimicrobial (against bacteria, fungi and viruses) and anthelmintic (mainly to combat intestinal parasites). It has also been found in popular use to combat inflammatory and degenerative osteoarticular conditions.
- Lowers blood lipids.
- Fluidifies the blood.
- Acts as a broad-spectrum antimicrobial.
- Eliminates intestinal parasites.
- Helps to reduce joint inflammations.