The Power of Garlic

Garlic ranks as one of the most potent remedies of all time.   For effectiveness and health benefits, it even challenges some of the conventional medicines of the 21st century, including laboratory antibiotics.

Natural Pharmaceutical Treasure Chest

Known for 3500 years around the world for its healing as well as preventative properties, garlic is today being rediscovered by scientists.  At last count, researchers have found that garlic contains over 400 different health-enhancing chemical components and compounds – a veritable all-natural pharmaceutical treasure chest.  The breakdown of allicin in garlic releases the majority of the chemical components of garlic, particularly by crushing or chewing raw garlic.  Powerful sulfur compounds in garlic kill and inhibit an astounding assortment of bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, parasites and worms, frequently on contact.  They also work within the body’s vital systems, such as the circulatory, digestive, immunological, to promote detoxification, cleansing, lowering blood pressure, strengthening the immune system and healing.   All in all, garlic helps promote good health.

What Garlic Can Do: A Short List

Remarkably, researchers at such prominent institutions as Mayo Clinic and Loma Linda University Medical School in California have found that garlic can be effective and shows promise in treating some of the dreaded diseases of our time, such as coronary heart disease, breast cancer and  HIV/AIDS infections.  Garlic is also competing with the major conventional antibiotics as an effective killer of now such superbugs as Streptococcus and Staphylococcus, potentially very dangerous bacteria, now becoming more and more resistant to many laboratory antibiotics. While bacteria such as enterococcus, staphylococcus and streptococcus can and do develop a resistance to conventional antibiotics such as penicillin, tetracycline, vancomycin and others, they cannot develop a resistance to garlic!  Also, while conventional antibiotics destroy the intestinal flora, garlic typically will not.

If anything can be called a “wonder-drug” it would have to be GARLIC.


1 larteypierre June 15, 2011 at 9:53 am

I am so great for the much light you have brought to open the eyes
many who have been sleeping.Hope your message will go through
the world.

2 Becky July 17, 2011 at 11:43 am

its actualy a vry gud remedy, except 4 d smell.

3 Ole Soberg-Olsen August 13, 2011 at 3:33 am

I often put chunks of garlic into for example a soup at the end of cooking the soup – does the health value of garlic go down if the garlic pieces go into boiling soup?

4 Becky September 9, 2011 at 7:57 am

its wonderful except 4 d smell.

5 Darrell October 30, 2011 at 9:17 pm

Ole Soberg-Olson

You must eat it Raw, the more you smell, the better it is for you.

When you put garlic in boiling water it is still a good blood thinner but you will lose alot if not all of the anitbiotic, anti-fungal, and antifungal properties.

What makes your body smell is what kills all those bad things in your body.

For your possible next question: Pills are also inferior to raw garlic. Eat Raw Garlic, smell bad, but live long.

God Bless

6 Fritz Blume December 10, 2011 at 10:19 am

I eat one garlic glove with a teaspoon of honey every evening. To neutralize the smell I eat some fresh parsley, which is also a very powerful herb. Google it!

I also add good amounts of garlic to my dishes.

Onions are also very powerful.

Very interesting articles! Keep up the great work.

7 Laylah February 3, 2012 at 1:28 pm

Very fascinating. I eat one clove three times a day, I feel really energetic.

8 Nwazuoke Moses Uchechukwu February 20, 2012 at 6:51 am

I want a copy of “The Power Of Garlic”. I saw the book with one of our pastors; it’s indeed a nice book.

9 katoo February 28, 2012 at 12:50 am

dis information is gread

10 Asonaba Kwadwo Nomafo August 13, 2012 at 11:47 pm

it is rely true and i have tested garlic. one thing is that it also helps prevent constipation.but can i get a copy of the power of garlic and even sell some of the books? am a journalist.

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