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Garlic

Like all useful products garlic combines many unique properties and a number of contraindications. It is widely used in cooking, pharmacology, alternative medicine, cosmetology and even in magical rituals :).

Using plants can defeat colds and deadly disease. It effectively affects the human body in its raw form and composed of various tinctures, ointments and other medicinal natural products.

Garlic – benefits and harms, the unique properties of

Garlic – a special herbal plant from the onion family that is found throughout the planet. You can find the specific sharp odor and taste. Many thousands of years the plant is used for making miraculous medicines and elixirs of longevity and beauty.

During the outbreak all know that we need to actively use a root part, which can protect the body from harmful viruses and strengthen the immune system. Garlic is endowed with magic properties, it is believed that clove can protect against the influence of dark forces.

It is difficult to fully describe the enormous impact of the unique healing plant on the human body. Garlic is useful due to the presence of particular components in the composition, which is not often seen in other products, and even in such large numbers.

Blagodarstvuju property the actual garlic for the treatment and prevention of colds and viral infections. The volatile allicin in the composition to destroy harmful microorganisms. Continue reading

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