• The domesticated garlic (Allium sativum) that we eat cannot be found growing wild anywhere. (sgvtribune.com)
  • Not only do we offer high-allicin products with the typical cultivated garlic used in supplements, Allium sativum , but also a wild European garlic leaf known as Wild Bear's Garlic ( Allium ursinum ), which boasts its own unique array of compounds found in garlic that have shown a benefit to the body. (arizonanatural.com)
  • Considered as one of the healthiest foods on Earth, garlic belongs to the family vegetables called Allium. (yesvegetarian.com)
  • Study Medication: We will utilize GarlicinTM, an allicin-standardized dried garlic supplement in two escalating doses in HIV-infected subjects who are receiving HAART. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • The one often touted by garlic enthusiasts is allicin, but be skeptical if anybody tries to sell you some-allicin breaks down quickly and most commercial garlic preparations don't contain any. (straightdope.com)
  • Garlic extract samples were also tested for alliin and allicin concentrations. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Allicin and alliin concentration were significantly higher in garlic flesh extract when compared to the skin extract. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Extensive research has shown that garlic has many immune-potentiating properties, most of which are thought to be due to volatile factors composed of sulfur-containing compounds: allicin, diallyl disulfide, diallyl trisulfide, and others. (drfabio.com)
  • Fresh garlic, commercial products containing allicin, and aged garlic preparations have all shown these immune-enhancing properties. (drfabio.com)
  • Aged, extracted garlic products likely have little to no allicin present in them! (candidahub.com)
  • A key component of crushed garlic is allicin. (candidahub.com)
  • Allicin is an organosulfur compound, obtained from garlic, that has very powerful anti-Candida efficacy. (candidahub.com)
  • Allicin is created when you crush up fresh garlic bulbs. (candidahub.com)
  • You will also find that the vast majority of those studies use some type of garlic with allicin or allicin potential. (arizonanatural.com)
  • So it seems the question is not do you want allicin in your garlic but are you getting allicin or allicin potential with your garlic supplement? (arizonanatural.com)
  • Even in fresh garlic bulbs you have only allicin potential until the bulb is cut or crushed. (arizonanatural.com)
  • Garlic products are advertised as containing allicin to avoid confusion since any preformed allicin would have transformed to other compounds. (arizonanatural.com)
  • If you put your typical "allicin" garlic product in your mouth and started chewing you would instantly produce allicin. (arizonanatural.com)
  • In fact, the USP standard test for garlic powder or supplements is an HPLC protocol that tests for potential allicin. (arizonanatural.com)
  • Allicin is such a key component of garlic, the parent compound if you will, that it is the standard for proving garlic is in fact garlic. (arizonanatural.com)
  • The potential is tested because the allicin does not form until the alliin and alliinase combine in testing just as they combine in your body after you eat garlic or garlic supplements. (arizonanatural.com)
  • As long as a substantial amount of alliin and alliinase remain in the garlic supplement after processing, it will be released as allicin upon consumption. (arizonanatural.com)
  • Arizona Natural uses dehydration and spray drying after the garlic is carefully prepared to keep those vital components intact and separated to maintain allicin potential and control odor. (arizonanatural.com)
  • Our deodorized products like Allirich soft gels and Garlic Time time release tablet are buffered to help control the pH and the odorous sulfides generated when allicin breaks down. (arizonanatural.com)
  • Our high-allicin products starts with a much higher allicin garlic powder delivering about 12,000 ppm allicin and stabilized allicin as diallyl trisulfide. (arizonanatural.com)
  • By combining both types of garlic you get all of the allicin derivatives, and a whole new class of compounds. (arizonanatural.com)
  • The sulphur-compound allicin in garlic is able to block angiotensin II. (yesvegetarian.com)
  • To maintain normal blood pressure or at least reduce the high level, let garlic do that job through its allicin and hydrogen sulphide. (yesvegetarian.com)
  • In a study of 50 people with inoperable colorectal, liver, or pancreatic cancer, immune activity improved after they took aged garlic extract for 6 months. (umm.edu)
  • Kyolic® Aged Garlic Extract™ begins with 100% organically† grown garlic bulbs. (puritan.com)
  • Kyolic® Formula 109 contains a unique and natural combination of Nattokinase and Suntheanine® with Aged Garlic Extract™ to help relax and support healthy blood pressure through different pathways. (puritan.com)
  • Kyolic® Formula 102 herb and enzyme blend, contains a unique natural and synergistic combination Aged Garlic Extract™, Ginger, Glucanase, Lipase and Protease to support internal cleansing, healthy intestinal function and digestive balance. (puritan.com)
  • Aged Garlic Extract and Ginger have been used to support healthy GI cleansing and function, as well as manage yeast overgrowth. (puritan.com)
  • Aged garlic extract also had more phenolic and S-allyl cysteine contents than raw garlic extract. (naturalnews.com)
  • From these findings, the researchers concluded that aged garlic extract is a potent agent for managing cholesterol for people with hypercholesterolemia. (naturalnews.com)
  • Kyolic aged garlic extract is not the best choice for a Candida cleanse. (candidahub.com)
  • The only possible advantage of using an aged garlic extract is if you plan on using it internally-as you won't have much (if any) garlic smelling body odor. (candidahub.com)
  • An aged garlic extract is not going to be as capable an antifungal as fresh, crushed garlic. (candidahub.com)
  • The study used kyolic aged garlic extract and exposed it in vitro to Candida albicans. (candidahub.com)
  • Active Ingredients: Aged Garlic Extract Powder. (burpy.com)
  • Aged kyolic garlic extract for a candida cleanse does actually work. (candidahub.com)
  • The truth is, using freshly pureed garlic quickly is probably more effective at stopping Candida than aged kyolic garlic extract may ever be. (candidahub.com)
  • So, to get an idea of how kyolic garlic extract will work against Candida, knowing how well it inhibits the growth of Candida in vitro (in a test tube), would be one fair indicator. (candidahub.com)
  • The researchers found that the kyolic garlic extract did not inhibit Candida at all. (candidahub.com)
  • So, there is some physiological action that happens during in vivo (in the living) use of kyolic garlic extract that causes it to help the body remove Candida. (candidahub.com)
  • The researchers created their own fresh garlic extract by taking a portion of the edible garlic bulb, blending it with water, and straining the liquid from the plant material. (candidahub.com)
  • and, the garlic extract would kill all the Candida species at a concentration of about 16 mg / mL. (candidahub.com)
  • The researchers in this study created their own fresh garlic extract by crushing fresh cloves. (candidahub.com)
  • The study found that a concentration of fresh garlic extract would kill Candida albicans at concentrations above 10 mg / mL. (candidahub.com)
  • Between 3 and 6 cloves of garlic can be planted superficially in a 6-inch circle with the tips pointing upward. (ticotimes.net)
  • But why spend a big amount of cash if you can count on some cloves of garlic? (yesvegetarian.com)
  • One study that lasted 4 years found that people who took 900 mg daily of standardized garlic powder slowed the development of atherosclerosis. (umm.edu)
  • 14.Jung EM, Jung F, Mrowietz C et al: Influence of garlic powder on cutaneous microcirculation: a randomized placebo-controlled double-blind cross-over study in apparently healthy subjects. (allinahealth.org)
  • The freeze dried garlic was a garlic powder purchased by the researchers. (candidahub.com)
  • The current study aimed to evaluate the effect of increasing doses of garlic powder (GaP) on in vitro fermentation characteristics. (sasas.co.za)
  • Yet garlic is just as famous for its repellent odor, so that if you chew on garlic before entering a subway or any other crowded place, it is quite possible that people will instantly scatter in a way that was common, once upon a time, when a king or queen passed through a throng of loyal subjects. (sgvtribune.com)
  • Aging garlic may be able to help eliminate the body odor that can occur when you take a lot of garlic. (candidahub.com)
  • But there are other chemicals in garlic, including some sulfur-containing compounds, that may help fight heart disease and prevent some cancers. (umm.edu)
  • In another study from the Medical University of South Carolina, researchers found that another herb found in garlic, organosulfur compounds, may play a part in killing brain cancer cells. (emaxhealth.com)
  • The potentially toxic ingredients are largely the same ones that give garlic its culinary and therapeutic benefits, namely sulfur-containing compounds formed as a natural defense mechanism when the garlic plant is chopped or crushed. (straightdope.com)
  • Human studies have also shown that garlic inhibits the formation of nitrosamines (powerful cancer-causing compounds formed during digestion). (drfabio.com)
  • If you go through the over 1600 papers on garlic in the National Library of Medicine you will find that there are dozens of active therapeutic compounds in garlic that have been tested on a full spectrum of diseases. (arizonanatural.com)
  • Among these are thymidine, adenosine, flavonoid glycosides and sulfur compounds with unique metabolic pathways and therapeutic benefits not attributed to regular cultivated garlic. (arizonanatural.com)
  • 3. Garlic also has anti-inflammatory properties-one particular study identified four different sulfur compounds in garlic that help reduce inflammation. (folexfoods.com)
  • If you Google "health benefits of garlic", it's pretty unbelievable to read some of the claims made. (patchworktimes.com)
  • In one study, people took either garlic supplements or placebo for 12 weeks during cold season, between November and February. (umm.edu)
  • Garlic supplements do not seem to have the same effect. (umm.edu)
  • Garlic supplements are made from whole fresh garlic, dried, or freeze-dried garlic, garlic oil, and aged garlic extracts. (umm.edu)
  • In the same cohort, 50% of the subjects who use antiretroviral therapy are also taking garlic supplements. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Aged garlic is also one of the healthier supplements available, as it's made from careful fermentation, which also gives it its black color. (naturalnews.com)
  • However, a recent study published in Food Chemistry found that when tossed into the skillet with other stir-fry fare, at least, and in certain other quickly cooked up configurations, too, the health-promoting antioxidant quality of garlic is preserved. (sgvtribune.com)
  • Nonetheless, several garlic components have displayed significant anticancer effects, including enhancing phase II metabolizing enzymes, antioxidant properties, inhibition of the formation of nitrosamines, direct tumor growth inhibition, and the ability to induce apoptosis. (drfabio.com)
  • Two chemicals present in fresh garlic are alliin and the enzyme alliinase. (candidahub.com)
  • The garlic bulb is composed of individual cloves enclosed in a white skin. (drfabio.com)
  • The problem here is that raw garlic is more pungent than the cooked version and so garlic breath would naturally accompany the healthier, raw form of garlic consumption. (sgvtribune.com)
  • However, the study also used mice who were inoculated with Candida albicans and administered the kyolic garlic to these mice. (candidahub.com)
  • Garlic capsules are also useful in treating infections, circulatory problems and digestive problems, particularly parasites. (ticotimes.net)
  • Try black garlic, a fermented form of garlic. (hvmag.com)
  • Natural News ) Garlic contains many health benefits that people swear by, but there's also something to be said about aged garlic and its unique therapeutic properties. (naturalnews.com)
  • 2. Agarwal KC: Therapeutic actions of garlic constituents. (allinahealth.org)
  • Hippocrates, Aristotle, and Pliny cited numerous therapeutic uses for garlic. (drfabio.com)
  • Shop for garlic scapes (June), fresh garlic (August-Oct), Heirloom tomatoes, veggies, eggs, flowers as well Black Garlic and all types of garlic products and accessories. (nofavt.org)
  • Ever Hear of Black Garlic? (hvmag.com)
  • Black garlic is produced when hardneck garlic is kept in a humidity- and temperature-controlled environment for up to 18 weeks. (hvmag.com)
  • A historical review reveals disputed origins of black garlic - the Koreans and others lay claim to it - and although frequently used in restaurant cooking, "for some reason as a household spice it hasn't quite gotten there yet," says Fastiggi. (hvmag.com)
  • Find black garlic at Spice Revolution's booth at the Pleasantville Farmers Market on Saturdays from 8:30 -1 p.m. or at www.spicerevolution.com . (hvmag.com)
  • In some areas, aged garlic is called black garlic because of this. (naturalnews.com)
  • Most of the info is based on taking garlic that has been commercially prepared as a supplement but I've always heard eating fresh garlic is good for you too. (patchworktimes.com)
  • 13.Josling P: Preventing the common cold with a garlic supplement: a double-blind, placebo-controlled survey. (allinahealth.org)
  • and, will kill Candida much better than any aged garlic supplement. (candidahub.com)
  • Try to plant a new container each month, so you'll have a continuing supply of fresh garlic greens and garlic bulbs. (ticotimes.net)
  • Using fresh garlic in your diet is a good preventative health practice, since garlic is a strong antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal agent, which works to prevent unwanted microbes from living in your intestines or cells. (ticotimes.net)
  • Apply a fresh piece of garlic in the morning and evening. (ticotimes.net)
  • Garlic oil is especially strong because it's concentrated, several hundred times as potent as fresh garlic. (straightdope.com)
  • We are offering fresh green garlic. (exportersindia.com)
  • We make available organically grown and naturally matured Fresh Garlics in varying pod sizes. (exportersindia.com)
  • Fresh and long life, are the highlights of the Fresh Garlic, which we provide. (exportersindia.com)
  • Our company is one of the prominent Exporters and Suppliers of Fresh Garlic in Gujarat, India. (exportersindia.com)
  • Our Farm Fresh Garlic is cultivated from organic farms. (exportersindia.com)
  • White Fresh Garlic, offered by us, is widely used in various cuisines. (exportersindia.com)
  • Our Pure White Fresh Garlic is available in high-grade packaging material that preserves the freshness and flavor of Garlic. (exportersindia.com)
  • Our Fresh Garlic is extensively used to add flavor and taste to various international dishes. (exportersindia.com)
  • Having fresh garlic is so nice after not having had it for a while. (patchworktimes.com)
  • I love garlic-especially with olive oil, fresh grated cheese and warm bread! (patchworktimes.com)
  • On the basis of extensive clinical research, a commercial garlic product should provide a daily dose equal to at least 4000 mg of fresh garlic. (drfabio.com)
  • And, fresh garlic is certainly a cheap remedy! (candidahub.com)
  • Another study shows that fresh garlic, which has not been aged, works very well in vitro at inhibiting and killing Candida. (candidahub.com)
  • This powerful ability of such a small amount of garlic no doubt proves the ability fresh garlic possess to start killing Candida. (candidahub.com)
  • A good study, showing how both fresh and freeze dried garlic work at stopping Candida albicans, was published in the Journal of Applied Microbiology [93.3 (2002): 398-405]. (candidahub.com)
  • This study can give us an idea of how much better fresh garlic will be at stopping a yeast infection than an aged, processed garlic product. (candidahub.com)
  • The study, which appeared in the Journal of Medicinal Food , compared the biological effects of both aged and raw garlic extracts using a clinical trial of people with hypercholesterolemia. (naturalnews.com)
  • In the study, the team evaluated both raw and garlic extracts on their ability to reduce the effects of lipid oxidation and oxidating stress - the presence of the two means that there is an imbalance between free radicals and antioxidants in the body . (naturalnews.com)
  • The participants were randomly assigned to receive either aged or raw garlic extracts, which they took daily. (naturalnews.com)
  • The current study explores the potential of skin and flesh extracts from a hard-necked Rocambole variety of purple garlic in preventing cardiomyocyte hypertrophy and cell death. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Norepinephrine (NE) was used to induce hypertrophy in adult rat cardiomyocytes pretreated with garlic skin and flesh extracts. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Pharmacological blockade of nitric oxide (NO) and hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) were used to elucidate the mechanism of action of garlic extracts. (biomedcentral.com)
  • this increase was significantly prevented upon treatment with garlic skin and flesh extracts. (biomedcentral.com)
  • These results suggest that both skin and flesh garlic extracts are effective in preventing NE induced cardiomyocyte hypertrophy and cell death. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Reduction in oxidative stress may also play an important role in the anti-hypertrophic and anti-apoptotic properties of garlic extracts. (biomedcentral.com)
  • just apply dissolve garlic extracts on affected areas. (yesvegetarian.com)
  • Today garlic is used to help prevent heart disease, including atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries (plaque buildup in the arteries that can block the flow of blood and may lead to heart attack or stroke), high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and to boost the immune system. (umm.edu)
  • Garlic is most often mentioned as an herb for heart disease and atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). (umm.edu)
  • Garlic appears to be an important protective factor against heart disease and strokes via its ability to affect the process of atherosclerosis at many steps. (drfabio.com)
  • A large-scale study, called the Iowa Women's Health Study, looked at how much garlic, fruit, and vegetables were in the diets of 41,000 middle-aged women. (umm.edu)
  • Results showed that women who regularly ate garlic, fruits, and vegetables had a 35% lower risk of developing colon cancer. (umm.edu)
  • The cloves are transformed into a black, sticky, sweet paste with balsamic and earthy overtones and a subtle garlic flavor. (hvmag.com)
  • It's best used in Asian cooking, mild dishes, or along with regular garlic for depth of flavor as Fastiggi does in her gravy and in her bone broth. (hvmag.com)
  • Our Garlic is known for its rich taste, flavor and aroma. (exportersindia.com)
  • Garlic may be commonly known as a simple ingredient to dishes that give tasteful flavor and richer aroma. (yesvegetarian.com)
  • Garlic may strengthen the immune system, helping the body fight diseases such as cancer. (umm.edu)
  • Garlic may help the immune system function better during times of need such as in cancer. (umm.edu)
  • As many people know, garlic imparts legendary health benefits - from reduction of high blood pressure to cancer prevention to strengthening of the immune system. (sgvtribune.com)
  • With interest in complementary medicine for hypertension increasing, it is timely to update a systematic review and meta-analysis from 1994 of studies investigating the effect of garlic preparations on blood pressure. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The increasing use of alternative and complementary therapies for hypertension [ 42 , 43 ] makes it timely to provide an updated systematic review and meta-analysis of trials investigating the effect of garlic preparations on blood pressure. (biomedcentral.com)
  • We searched the Medline, Embase and Cochrane databases for studies published between 1955 and Oct 2007 using the search terms [garlic AND ("blood pressure" OR hypertens* OR pre-hypertens* OR prehypertens*)] to identify intervention studies investigating the effect of garlic on blood pressure. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Earlier studies found that garlic lowered high cholesterol. (umm.edu)
  • But almost all recent studies that are high quality have found that garlic didn't lower cholesterol. (umm.edu)
  • Garlic also helps to prevent worms and other parasites from getting established in your digestive tract. (ticotimes.net)
  • Garlic has been used for thousands of years as a remedy for many different ailments, including intestinal disorders, flatulence, worms, respiratory infections, skin diseases, wounds and symptoms of ageing. (folexfoods.com)
  • Use garlic cloves and greens daily in salads as a preventative measure for protecting your health. (ticotimes.net)
  • I suppose you could use less garlic, but as our earlier discussion suggests, too small a dose could have the undesirable effect of improving the victim's health. (straightdope.com)
  • An added health benefit, the process doubles the amount of antioxidants in the garlic. (hvmag.com)
  • 6. Canduela V, Mongil I, Carrascosa M et al: Garlic: always good for the health (letter)? (allinahealth.org)
  • 1. Research indicates that garlic may help improve heart health in a number of different ways. (folexfoods.com)
  • As mentioned previously above, garlic is able to fight germs, bacteria, viruses, and other types of microorganisms that cause health conditions. (yesvegetarian.com)
  • Garlic has broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity against many genera of bacteria, viruses, worms, and fungi. (drfabio.com)
  • 6. Garlic has even been found to be effective at killing antibiotic-resistant bacteria, including MRSA. (folexfoods.com)
  • For example, a study from the New York Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical Center revealed that selenium, an ingredient found in garlic, may possess anti-cancer properties. (emaxhealth.com)
  • As the garlic grows, select the tender green leaves from some of the garlic plants and leave others to mature into bulbs. (ticotimes.net)
  • If you plant garlic in the spring, you should only do so after placing the bulbs in your refrigerator 40 days prior to planting to mimic the effect of cold weather. (sgvtribune.com)
  • The term "seed garlic," like seed potatoes, does not refer to seeds but rather to garlic bulbs that, separated into their cloves, are appropriate for planting. (sgvtribune.com)
  • Thus, the point of fall planting is not only to get fat bulbs for culinary purposes, but to harvest more seed garlic that may, in turn, be planted out for next year's crop. (sgvtribune.com)
  • Green garlic bulbs may be eaten raw or softened through roasting and turned into a spread. (sgvtribune.com)
  • Perhaps the answer is to be found in the fat bulbs of our garlic as opposed to the tiny bulbs of wild garlic and the lack of viable seeds in our garlic as opposed to the more successful seeds of wild types. (sgvtribune.com)
  • It is precisely because our garlic varieties devote their energy to making bulbs instead of seeds that they became popular and were propagated down through the ages. (sgvtribune.com)
  • He did so I had to peel two more bulbs and start over with the garlic. (patchworktimes.com)
  • Today I peeled the cloves from two garlic bulbs, added a bit of olive oil and spices, then roasted it. (patchworktimes.com)
  • The increase in killer cell activity was a remarkable 140% in those who ate the equivalent of two bulbs a day and 156% in those who consumed 1800 mg of odorless, aged garlic. (drfabio.com)
  • To analyze the link between raw garlic consumption and lung cancer, researchers from the Jiangsu Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention in China conducted a population-based case control study between 2003 and 2010. (emaxhealth.com)
  • Indeed, prior studies also confirm a link between garlic consumption and prevention of other types of cancer as well. (emaxhealth.com)
  • Although its undomesticated antecedents are native to Central Asia, garlic has been highly prized since the dawn of civilization and all ancient cultures of the Old World, including Egyptian, Hebrew, Chinese, Persian, Greek and Roman, record and extol its consumption. (sgvtribune.com)
  • These studies typically show an inverse relationship between cancer rates and garlic consumption. (drfabio.com)
  • In addition to the use of garlic preparations, garlic consumption as a food is encouraged in patients with high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, and diabetes. (drfabio.com)
  • Randomised controlled trials with true placebo groups, using garlic-only preparations, and reporting mean systolic and/or diastolic blood pressure (SBP/DBP) and standard deviations were included in the meta-analysis. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Our meta-analysis suggests that garlic preparations are superior to placebo in reducing blood pressure in individuals with hypertension. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Not only does garlic have documented antibiotic and anticholesterol properties, research suggests it may help prevent cancer and cardiovascular disease. (straightdope.com)
  • In fact, aged garlic is better at managing a person's cholesterol levels than raw garlic, as noted by scientists from Nanyang Polytechnic in Singapore. (naturalnews.com)
  • Recent research has shown garlic to be an effective agent against viral and bacterial infections in the body. (ticotimes.net)
  • You can prevent having certain diseases and infections if you chew more slices of garlic. (yesvegetarian.com)
  • Animal studies have suggested that garlic reduces blood pressure, but primary studies in humans and non-systematic reviews have reported mixed results. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Antioxidants like those found in garlic fight off free radicals, and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause over time. (umm.edu)
  • Not all garlic contains the same amount of active ingredients. (umm.edu)
  • Yesterday I browned some of the garlic, then removed it from the pan, cooked the other ingredients and was going to add the garlic back but, in the meantime, Vince came in and said "Can I have some of it? (patchworktimes.com)
  • Maintaining enough of those ingredients in a final product starts with the type of garlic grown, soil nutrients, climate and delicate processing. (arizonanatural.com)
  • During both World War I and II, soldiers were given garlic to prevent gangrene. (umm.edu)
  • Some studies suggest that garlic may help prevent heart disease. (umm.edu)
  • Garlic also seems to act as a blood thinner, which may help prevent heart attacks and strokes. (umm.edu)
  • Early evidence suggests garlic may help prevent colds. (umm.edu)
  • Interestingly in view of your question, as recently as World War II garlic was used to prevent infection of battle wounds. (straightdope.com)
  • Diabetes is another serious disease that garlic can prevent. (yesvegetarian.com)
  • For example, a thin slice of a raw garlic clove can be taped on to warts or boils to treat them. (ticotimes.net)
  • Other than common skin rashes and blemishes, garlic also break warts and corns. (yesvegetarian.com)
  • A more serious issue is that, though listed as "generally recognized as safe" by federal regulators, in large enough doses garlic is poisonous. (straightdope.com)
  • Garlic is rich in antioxidants. (umm.edu)
  • It has more antioxidants than raw garlic and contains seven times more polyphenols. (naturalnews.com)
  • And when they did get a cold, the people taking garlic saw their symptoms go away faster than those who took placebo. (umm.edu)
  • One study found that men with benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate) had fewer urinary symptoms when they took garlic, compared to men who took placebo. (umm.edu)