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7 Surprising Health
Benefits Of Garlic

There is something irresistible about the aroma of roasted garlic. It is so captivating with its powerful notes, that it has long been used as a flavour booster in curries, stir-fries, pizza toppings, pastas, meat preparations, dips - you name it! It has the power to instantly liven up any dish and treat some of the most common ailments. Read on to unravel some surprising garlic benefits.
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  • While garlic is a common ingredient in every kitchen, in the ancient times, it was highly valued for its numerous health benefiting properties, which are still followed in many cultures today. Our ancestors have used it as a bug-repellant, Medieval Europe against plague and the Egyptians would even bury it along with their dead!
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  • The sulphur-containing compound, Allicin, found in fresh, crushed or chewed garlic has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, and some startling claims mention that it may help prevent some forms of cancer too. Garlic is a part of the onion family and the 'bulb' of this herb typically consists of 10-20 smaller sections called the 'cloves'. Each small clove is a powerhouse of flavour as well as medicinal properties.
    Every 100 grams of garlic will serve you with close to 150 calories, 33 grams of carbs, 6.36 grams of protein. Garlic is also enriched with Vitamin B1, B2, B3, B6, folate, Vitamin C, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium, sodium and zinc.
    Dr. Simran Saini, Delhi-based Nutritionist and weight loss consultant is a fan of the medicinal benefits of garlic. She says, "The high sulphur content in garlic gives it antibiotic properties, helping keep the digestive system clean by flushing out toxins. It also builds the immunity against common cold and prevents heart ailments by clearing up blocked arteries. It is great for rejuvenation and healing of skin scars and gives a glow to the skin as it keeps digestion in top-shape." She advises to consume garlic in a specific manner- place a clove between two teeth, bite a little to release its extracts and then swallow whole with water. She says, "the medicinal value of garlic is best unlocked when it is consumed raw."

      1. The Blood Purifier

    Tired of covering up those zits with concealer every morning? It's time to tackle the root cause of acne by purifying your blood from inside to get healthy skin on the outside. Take two cloves of raw garlic with some warm water everyday, early in the morning and consume a lot of water the entire day. If you're looking to shed some pounds, squeeze the juice of half a lemon in a glass of luke warm water and have it with 2 cloves of garlic in the mornings. Garlic will help to cleanse your system and flush out toxins.

      2. Cold and Flu

    Garlic is going to provide you relief from that stubborn cold and flu (yes, they absolutely love you and never want to leave). Taking 2-3 cloves of raw or cooked garlic a day or sipping some garlic tea (with a touch of honey or ginger to lift up the taste) is not only going to relieve a stuffed nose and cure the cold but also build your immunity against these frequent visitors over time.
    According to Dr. Shikha Sharma, Delhi-based Health and Wellness Expert, and founder of Nutrihealth says," One of the earliest uses of garlic was by meat-eaters because it was believed that meat could cause infection which garlic could fight off from the body. More commonly used by labourers who are exposed to infections and disease-friendly environments till recently, its plethora of health benefits has made white-collar workers also take to it."
    She added, "Garlic can be added to hot stews, broths and soups to fight sinusitis, cold and flu. And garlic is best had in its raw state."

      3. Prevention of Heart Disease

    Consuming garlic on a daily basis (in food or raw) helps to lower cholesterol levels because of the anti-oxidant properties of Allicin. It is also immensely beneficial to regulate blood pressure and blood sugar levels. It is essential to remember that the sulphur-containing compound Allicin tends to lose its medicinal properties when garlic is cooked whole. It is imperative to consume garlic raw or semi-cooked to derive any of its benefits.

      4. Anti-bacterial and Anti-parasitic

    Garlic is one of the best kept medicinal treasures of the past era - it has been used as an antibiotic to treat bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections for the last 7,000 years. Studies suggest diluted garlic extract helps children with tapeworm infections. A garlic-based mouthwash may not sound like fresh, minty breath but a very small quantity of its extracts is sufficient to ward off cavity-causing bacteria.

      5. Cancer Prevention

    Several studies have indicated an association between daily consumption of garlic and prevention of stomach and colorectal cancers. It is said to strengthen the immunity of the body against cancer.

      6. For Skin and Hair

    The invigorating properties of garlic protect the skin from the effect of free radicals and slow down the depletion of collagen which leads to loss of elasticity in aging skin. Applied topically, garlic does wonders to skin infected with fungal infections and provides relief from skin ailments like eczema. It is also an effective remedy for fungal infections like athlete's foot and ringworms.
    All of us know about the wonders of onion for hair but its brother, garlic is no less of a hero for your thinning mane. Well, its surprise time. Rubbing crushed garlic extract on your scalp or massaging with garlic-infused oil is known to prevent and even reverse hair loss.

      7. Splinters

    Many of garlic's astounding uses were forgotten in the folds of time but users (and believers) still vouch for the lesser-known benefits. One of them is against stubborn splinters. Place a piece of cut garlic over the splinter cut and cover with a bandage- and voila! Bye-bye splinter.

    11 Proven Health Benefits of Garlic

    "Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food."
    Those are famous words from the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates, often called the father of Western medicine.
    He actually used to prescribe garlic to treat a variety of medical conditions.
    Well... modern science has recently confirmed many of these beneficial health effects.
    Here are 11 health benefits of garlic that are supported by human research studies.

      1. Garlic Contains a Compound Called Allicin, Which Has Potent Medicinal Properties

    Garlic is a plant in the Allium (onion) family.
    It is closely related to onions, shallots and leeks.
    It grows in many parts of the world and is a popular ingredient in cooking due to its strong smell and delicious taste.
    However, throughout ancient history, the main use of garlic was for its health and medicinal properties (1).
    Its use was well documented by all the major civilizations... including the Egyptians, Babylonians, Greeks, Romans and the Chinese (2).
    The entire "head" is called a garlic bulb, while each segment is called a clove. There are about 10-20 cloves in a single bulb, give or take.
    We now know that most of the health effects are caused by one of the sulfur compounds formed when a garlic clove is chopped, crushed or chewed.
    This compound is known as allicin, and is also responsible for the distinct garlic smell.
    Allicin enters the body from the digestive tract and travels all over the body, where it exerts its potent biological effects (which we'll get to in a bit).

    Bottom Line:

    Garlic is a plant in the onion family, grown for its cooking properties and health effects. It is high in a sulfur compound called Allicin, which is believed to bring most of the health benefits.

      2. Garlic Is Highly Nutritious,
       But Has Very Few Calories

    Calorie for calorie, garlic is incredibly nutritious.
    A 1 ounce (28 grams) serving of garlic contains (3):
  • Manganese: 23% of the RDA
  • Vitamin B6: 17% of the RDA
  • Vitamin C: 15% of the RDA
  • Selenium: 6% of the RDA
  • Fiber: 0.6 gram
  • Decent amounts of calcium, copper, potassium, phosphorus, iron and vitamin B1
  • Garlic also contains trace amounts of various other nutrients. In fact, it contains a little bit of almost everything we need.
    This is coming with 42 calories, with 1.8 grams of protein and 9 grams of carbs.

    Bottom Line:

    Garlic is low in calories and very rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin B6 and Manganese. It also contains trace amounts of various other nutrients.

      3. Garlic Can Combat Sickness,
      Including the Common Cold

    Garlic supplementation is known to boost the function of the immune system.
    One large 12-week study found that a daily garlic supplement reduced the number of colds by 63% compared with placebo (4).
    The average length of cold symptoms was also reduced by 70%, from 5 days in placebo to just 1.5 days in the garlic group.
    Another study found that a high dose of garlic extract (2.56 grams per day) can reduce the number of days sick with cold or flu by 61% (5).
    If you often get colds, then adding garlic to your diet could be incredibly helpful.

    Bottom Line:

    Garlic supplementation helps to prevent and reduce the severity of common illnesses like the flu and common cold.

      4. The Active Compounds in Garlic
        Can Reduce Blood Pressure

    Cardiovascular diseases like heart attacks and strokes are the world's biggest killers.
    High blood pressure, or hypertension, is one of the most important drivers of these diseases.
    Human studies have found garlic supplementation to have a significant impact on reducing blood pressure in people with high blood pressure (6, 7, 8).
    In one study, aged garlic extract at doses of 600-1,500 mg was just as effective as the drug Atenolol at reducing blood pressure over a 24 week period (9).
    Supplement doses must be fairly high to have these desired effects. The amount of allicin needed is equivalent to about four cloves of garlic per day.

    Bottom Line:

    High doses of garlic appear to improve blood pressure of those with known high blood pressure (hypertension). In some instances, supplementation can be as effective as regular medications.

      5. Garlic Improves Cholesterol Levels, Which
       May Lower the Risk of Heart Disease

    Garlic can lower total and LDL cholesterol.
    For those with high cholesterol, garlic supplementation appears to reduce total and/or LDL cholesterol by about 10-15% (10, 11, 12).
    Looking at LDL (the "bad") and HDL (the "good") cholesterol specifically, garlic appears to lower LDL but has no reliable effect on HDL (6, 7, 13, 14, 15).
    Garlic does not appear to lower triglyceride levels, another known risk factor for heart disease (10, 12).

    Bottom Line:

    Garlic supplementation seems to reduce total and LDL cholesterol, particularly in those who have high cholesterol. HDL cholesterol and triglycerides do not seem to be affected.

      6. Garlic Contains Antioxidants That May Help Prevent Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

    Oxidative damage from free radicals contributes to the aging process.
    Garlic contains antioxidants that support the body's protective mechanisms against oxidative damage (16) .
    High doses of garlic supplements have been shown to increase antioxidant enzymes in humans (5, 17), as well as significantly reduce oxidative stress in those with high blood pressure (6).
    The combined effects on reducing cholesterol and blood pressure, as well as the antioxidant properties, may help prevent common brain diseases like Alzheimer's disease and dementia (17, 18).

    Bottom Line:

    Garlic contains antioxidants that protect against cell damage and ageing. It may reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

      7. Garlic May Help You Live Longer

    Effects on longevity are basically impossible to prove in humans.
    But given the beneficial effects on important risk factors like blood pressure, it makes sense that garlic could help you live longer.
    The fact that it can fight infectious disease is also an important factor, because these are common causes of death, especially in the elderly or people with dysfunctional immune systems.

    Bottom Line:

    Garlic has known beneficial effects on common causes of chronic disease, so it makes perfect sense that it could help you live longer.

      8. Athletic Performance Can Be Improved
       With Garlic Supplementation

    Garlic was one of the earliest "performance enhancing" substances.
    It was traditionally used in ancient cultures to reduce fatigue and enhance the work capacity of labourers.
    Most notably, it was administered to Olympic athletes in ancient Greece (19).
    Rodent studies have shown that garlic helps with exercise performance, but very few human studies have been done.
    Subjects with heart disease that took garlic oil for 6 weeks had a reduction in peak heart rate of 12% and improved their exercise capacity (20).
    However, a study on nine competitive cyclists found no performance benefits (21).
    Other studies suggest that exercise-induced fatigue may be reduced with garlic (2).

    Bottom Line:

    Garlic can improve physical performance in lab animals and people with heart disease. Benefits in healthy people are not yet conclusive.

      9. Eating Garlic Can Help Detoxify    Heavy Metals in the Body

    At high doses, the sulfur compounds in garlic have been shown to protect against organ damage from heavy metal toxicity.
    A four week study in employees of a car battery plant (excessive exposure to lead) found that garlic reduced lead levels in the blood by 19%. It also reduced many clinical signs of toxicity, including headaches and blood pressure (22).
    Three doses of garlic each day even outperformed the drug D-penicillamine in symptom reduction.

    Bottom Line:

    Garlic was shown to significantly reduce lead toxicity and related symptoms in one study.

      10. Garlic May Improve Bone Health

    No human trials have measured the effects of garlic on bone loss.
    However, rodent studies have shown that it can minimise bone loss by increasing estrogen in females (23, 24, 25, 26).
    One study in menopausal women found that a daily dose of dry garlic extract (equal to 2 grams of raw garlic) significantly decreased a marker of estrogen deficiency (27).
    This suggests that this garlic may have beneficial effects on bone health in women.
    Foods like garlic and onions have also been shown to have beneficial effects on osteoarthritis (28).

    Bottom Line:

    Garlic appears to have some benefits for bone health by increasing estrogen levels in females, but more human studies are needed.

      11. Garlic Is Easy to Include in Your Diet
       and Tastes Absolutely Delicious

    The last one is not a health benefit, but still important.
    It is the fact that it is very easy (and delicious) to include garlic in your current diet.
    It complements most savory dishes, particularly soups and sauces. The strong taste of garlic can also add a punch to otherwise bland recipes.
    Garlic comes in several forms, from whole cloves and smooth pastes to powders and supplements like garlic extract and garlic oil.
    The minimum effective dose for therapeutic effects is one clove eaten with meals, two or three times a day.
    However, keep in mind that there are some downsides to garlic, such as bad breath. There are also some people who are allergic to it.
    If you have a bleeding disorder or are taking blood thinning medications, then talk to your doctor before increasing your garlic consumption.
    The active compound allicin only forms when garlic is crushed or cleaved when it is raw. If you cook it before crushing it, then it won't have the same health effects.
    Therefore, the best way to consume garlic is raw, or to crush and cut it and leave it out for a while before you add it to your recipes.
    My favorite way to use garlic is to press a few cloves of fresh garlic with a garlic press, then mix with extra virgin olive oil and a bit of salt. This a healthy and super satisfying dressing.

      12. Anything Else?

    For thousands of years, garlic was believed to have medicinal properties. We now have the science to confirm it.

      13 Interesting Benefits of Garlic

    Allicin in garlic provides innumerable health benefits which include combating cold and cough, lowering blood pressure, fighting heart ailments, and preventing Alzheimer’s. It also helps relieve earaches, treat intestinal issues, cure wounds, prevent cancer, and relieve gas.

    What is Garlic?

    Garlic (Allium sativum) is a strong-smelling, pungent-tasting herb. It is a close relative of onion and is native to Central Asia. It has been used as a food-flavoring agent and as a traditional medicine. Mankind recognized the curative qualities of this magic herb over 3,000 years ago. Sir Louis Pasteur, the scientist who discovered pasteurization, effectively utilized the anti-bacterial qualities [1] of garlic all the way back in 1858. World War I medical surgeons used the health benefits of garlic juice as an antiseptic for treating war wounds.

    Garlic Nutrititions Facts

    Garlic contains useful minerals such as phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, zinc, calcium, and iron, as well as trace minerals like iodine, sulfur, and chlorine. It is a rich source of vitamins like folate, thiamine, niacin, and vitamin C, A, K, and B6. In terms of organic compounds, it is one of the rare sources of allicin, allisatin 1, and 2. The herb is really low in calories, saturated fats, and sodium.

      Health Benefits Of Garlic

    The health benefits of garlic are explained in greater detail below.

    Boosts Digestion

    Daily inclusion of garlic in your diet aids in eliminating any digestive problems. The herb assists in the normal functioning of the intestines for good digestion. Even swelling or irritation of the gastric canal may be reduced using garlic.

    Lowers Cholesterol Levels

    Garlic, rich in the allicin compound, effectively prevents LDL (bad) cholesterol from oxidizing. All those who have high cholesterol levels should include this herb in their daily diet.

    Reduces Hypertension

    Garlic is an herbal ingredient for lowering high blood pressure. When exposed to high levels of pressure, the allicin present in it relaxes the blood vessels. It also fights against thrombosis by reducing platelet aggregation

    Eye Care

    Garlic is rich in nutrients like selenium, quercetin and [12] vitamin C, all of which help treat [13] eye infections and swelling.

    Relieves Ear Aches

    Garlic is commonly used for curing earaches and ear infections due to its antiviral, antifungal, and antibiotic properties.

    Treats Wounds

    Garlic is an effective herbal treatment for the infected wound. Place 2 garlic cloves on the infected area to get instant relief.

    Prevents Acne

    Garlic may be used, along with other ingredients like [14] honey, cream, and turmeric, to treat acne scars and prevent the initial development of acne. Garlic is an effective skin cleanser and an antibiotic substance that helps treat many skin conditions some of these include skin rashes, psoriasis, cold sores, and blisters. Additionally [15], it also helps in cell synthesis, protecting against UV rays, and in delaying aging.

    Controls Asthma

    Boiled garlic cloves are wonderful as an alternative asthma treatment. Each night before going to sleep, a glass of milk with 3 boiled cloves of garlic can bring subsequent relief for patients with asthma. The asthma attacks may be brought under control by having crushed garlic cloves with malt vinegar as well. Additionally, garlic can also be used to treat lung infections like cystic fibrosis.

    Increases Libido

    Garlic has certain aphrodisiac properties, so it can be utilized as an effectual rejuvenator for sex. The health benefits of garlic are further known to enhance the libido of both men and women. People who overindulge in sexual activities should consume garlic to protect themselves from nervous fatigue.

    Prevents Cancer

    A regular intake of garlic reduces the risk [16] of colon, bladder, lung, colon, prostate, stomach, brain, esophagus, liver, and esophageal cancer. It aids [17] in reducing the production of carcinogenic compounds [18], and also reduces the occurrence [19] of tumors associated with [20] breast cancer.

    Prevents Peptic Ulcer

    The antibacterial compounds present in garlic can eliminate stomach parasites that cause peptic ulcers.

    Prevents Alzheimer’s & Dementia

    The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties [4] of garlic help prevent [5] neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s.

    10 Incredible Benefits of Garlic Oil

    Benefits of garlic oil include its ability to aid in weight loss efforts, soothe headaches, reduce inflammation, stimulate circulation, optimize digestion, and boost cognitive function and the immune system. Other benefits include relief from congestion, lower cholesterol levels, and normal blood sugar levels.

    What is Garlic Oil?

    Garlic oil is made through steam distillation of fresh garlic cloves or by soaking the cloves in a carrier oil and allowing the active components of the garlic to be leached into the oil. Garlic is scientifically known as Allium sativum and is known as one of the healthiest foods you can add to your diet.
    Garlic oil can be used in culinary applications and is also widely applied in natural [7] medicine practices. The oil is also widely available in oral tablet or capsule form, although this delivers a far less concentrated dose of garlic’s active ingredients. The majority of the health benefits acquired through garlic oil is attributed to its high content of allicin, sulfide compounds, key amino acids, and enzymes, as well as ajoene and other antioxidant compounds.

    Benefits of Garlic Oil

    Using garlic oil is popular for people struggling with obesity, metabolic disorders, diabetes, high blood pressure, indigestion, a weak immune system, anemia, arthritis, congestion, cold, flu, headaches, diarrhea, constipation, and poor nutrient uptake, among others.

    Improves Digestion

    Garlic juice can be a very effective remedy for constipation and inflammation in the gut, given its high antioxidant content and stimulating [2] nature. It can help improve digestion and stimulate peristaltic motion, and even reduce the risk of various gastrointestinal cancers.

    Reduces Inflammation

    Allicin, found in significant levels in garlic oil, makes it valuable for topical remedies and internal use for soothing inflammatory conditions [9]. Allicin is a very powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound that can ease tissue irritation and reduce pain in joints and localized areas.

    Treats Metabolic Disorder

    Many people use garlic oil for the treatment of metabolic syndrome [10], which tends to be accompanied by high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high cholesterol, and obesity. The antioxidants in this oil can directly impact this syndrome, lessening all of those risk factors and optimizing metabolic activity.

    Relieves Headaches

    Anecdotal evidence suggests that applying small amounts of garlic oil to the temples [6], or consuming a small amount of this concentrated oil, can quickly relieve inflammation in the temples and capillaries. This may reduce the occurrence of migraines and headaches.

    Powerful Antioxidants

    Allicin is not only one of the most versatile and powerful antioxidants that we know of but is also found in extremely high concentration [5] in garlic oil. If you are trying to decrease oxidative stress, lower your risk of cancer, or prevent premature aging, use of this oil is highly recommended.

    Regulates Diabetes

    The hypoglycemic nature of garlic oil is well known, as it can help to regulate insulin production and energy consumption [4] by the body. This oil is ideal for optimizing metabolic activity and can help prevent the glucose spikes and drops that plague so many diabetic patients.

    Prevents Obesity

    Use of garlic oil is known to kick-start the [3] metabolism, which equates to passive fat burning, in addition to the cholesterol-lowering power of this oil. Garlic can also help suppress the appetite, while the sulfide compounds can create a feeling of fullness, which will reduce overeating and snacking between meals.

    Maintains Respiratory Health

    Inhaling garlic oil, similar to eating garlic, can quickly clear the [8] sinuses and relieve pressure. Beyond that, however, garlic oil can also reduce allergic sensitivity, helping minimize asthmatic episodes and clear congestion.

    Strengthens Immune System

    Not only is garlic oil packed [1] with antioxidants but it also has clear antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, and antiseptic properties. This makes it ideal for treating topical ailments on the skin, while also boosting digestive health and wiping out bacterial infections growing in your gut.

    Stimulates Nutrient Uptake

    The sulfide compounds and antioxidants found in garlic oil can stimulate more efficient nutrient uptake in the digestive system, including the absorption of calcium, iron, and potassium. For people struggling with anemia or other nutrient deficiencies, garlic oil is an excellent base for their diet.

    Garlic Oil Side Effects

    This powerful natural oil does come along with certain side effects, including dangerously low blood pressure and blood sugar, stomach issues, skin inflammation, excess bleeding, body odor and bad breath. Responsible use of this oil, after consulting with your doctor, can often help you avoid the more serious side effects of this oil.
  • Bleeding: The active ingredients in garlic oil do have anticoagulant effects, which may be dangerous for people on blood-thinners, or those who are preparing for surgery in the near future.
  • Heart Problems: This oil’s proven effect on metabolic disorders, including the drop in blood pressure and cholesterol, can cause dangerous levels of hypotension if taken in conjunction with blood pressure-lowering medications.
  • How Do You Make Garlic Oil?

    Some people choose to make their own garlic oil, as all you need is fresh garlic cloves and a carrier oil – typically olive oil or another vegetable oil. The commercial version of this oil is often produced through a cold-pressing process, however, the at-home version is much easier to prepare. This potent natural oil can also be used in culinary and medicinal applications.


  • 8 fresh garlic cloves
  • 2 cups of extra virgin olive oil
  • Recipe

  • Step 1: Crush the garlic cloves and remove the skin.
  • Step 2: Add garlic cloves to a mason jar and add olive oil.
  • Step 3: Shake vigorously and then seal the jar.
  • Step 4: Refrigerate the mixture for 4 days.
  • Step 5: Strain out the garlic cloves and store resulting oil in a cool, dark and dry place.
  • Odor Issues: Garlic is legendary for its potent smell, which can affect breath and body odor, as the aromatic compounds can emerge in one’s sweat. If you consume an excessive amount of garlic oil, you may experience bad breath and body odor, but this is a side effect difficult to avoid.
  • Skin Irritation: Due to the highly concentrated nature of the active ingredients of garlic oil, it is known to cause skin redness, irritation, swelling and even hives when topically applied. This is more likely in people who are allergic to garlic but can also occur in people with sensitive skin.
  • Gastrointestinal Distress: When consumed in excessive amounts, garlic oil can have powerful effects on the gastrointestinal system, including diarrhea, cramping, bloating, vomiting, gas and heartburn. If you experience these side effects to a serious degree, discontinue use immediately and speak to your doctor about other options for less potent oils.
  • 9 Amazing Benefits Of Drinking Garlic Juice

    Garlic juice is made by pressing, juicing or blending garlic cloves, which come from the plant bearing the scientific name Allium sativum. Closely related to onions, garlic has been used for thousands of years around the globe due to its powerful effects on human health. While drinking pure garlic juice may not sound palatable to many people, the health benefits associated with this unique beverage are undeniable.
    Balanced between its use as a flavorful ingredient and as an element of traditional medicine, many people rely on garlic juice for its anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, antibacterial, anti-fungal and antioxidant effects. Garlic juice is a rich source of allicin, the active ingredient [1] in garlic. It also has abundant vitamins such as B vitamins, vitamin C, as well as minerals like manganese, phosphorus, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium and zinc. Additionally, it also contains sulfuric compounds and other volatile acids.

    Benefits Of Garlic Juice

    Let’s look at some of the important health benefits of garlic juice below:

    Skin Care

    Consuming garlic juice provides antioxidants to the skin that will reduce signs of aging, improve coloration, and prevent inflammatory conditions [2] or infections.

    Hair Loss

    Many people use garlic juice to strengthen their hair, prevent [3] hair loss, and promote healthy hair follicles. This natural remedy can be consumed internally or mixed with other hair products or washes for excellent effects.

    Immune System

    The antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antioxidant properties of garlic juice make it an excellent [4] immune system shield. Furthermore, it also helps prevent chronic diseases and localized infections.

    Weight Loss

    Allicin, the active ingredient in garlic juice, has been associated [5] with weight loss, as it can help to lower the levels of unhealthy fats in the body. Furthermore, it also provides a metabolic boost that helps you burn calories.

    Sex Hormones

    Research has linked garlic juice with a marked increase in sex hormones, which can help people overcome impotence, slow sperm motility [6], and increase sperm count.


    Herbs like garlic and onion are closely associated with boosting circulation and lowering [7] plaque levels in the arteries and blood vessels. This can further increase energy levels and lower your risk of various cardiovascular problems.

    Heart Health

    Garlic juice can lower cholesterol levels, while also reducing [8]blood pressure and strengthening the cardiovascular system. This, in turn, helps lower your risk of heart attack or stroke.

    Prevents Cancer

    Antioxidants along with allicin in garlic juice help prevent oxidative stress by neutralizing free radicals. This prevents cell mutation and the development of [14] cancer.

    How To Make Garlic Juice?

    You can make garlic juice quite easily at home, provided you have a decent amount of garlic and a bit of patience. So juicing a kilogram at a time will yield roughly 2 cups of garlic juice. Only a small amount of juice is required to have an effect, thus, you will likely end up storing the rest of the juice for later use.


    1 kilogram of garlic
  • Step 1: Peel the skin of all the garlic cloves and wash them thoroughly.
  • Step 2: Blend garlic cloves in a blender, or juicer for 2-3 minutes.
  • Step 3: Strain the garlic pulp through a fine sieve. Slowly pour the garlic juice through a coffee filter.
  • Step 4: Pour the juice into an ice cube tray to prevent oxidation and freeze.
  • Serving suggestion: When you want to use the garlic juice, simply pop out an ice cube and add it to shakes, smoothies, soup, or hot water (for a healthy gargle).

    Garlic Juice Side Effects

    Drinking excess garlic juice can cause various side effects like:
  • Bleeding: The anticoagulant nature of garlic’s active ingredients can exacerbate bleeding disorders and should be avoided before or after a surgery. Also, avoid intake along with other anticoagulant drugs.
  • Stomach issues: Avoid consuming garlic juice on an empty stomach as its concentrated dose can irritate the stomach, causing diarrhea, excessive gas, weight loss, nausea, and cramping, as well as dizziness or headaches.
  • Allergies: Some people may have topical and internal allergies and should avoid use.
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