Garlic
for high cholesterol and triglycerides (blood lipids)
as prophylaxis against heart disease and circulatory problems

Allicin is the most powerful medicinal compound derived from garlic and provides the greatest reputed health benefits.

 
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KLO Garlic 100 tablets (Immunytop 2000)
 

KLO Immunytop 2000 Garlic Extract
60 coated tablets @ 250 mg/tablet

Contents: Pure garlic extract of 1.0% Allicin, equal to
2000 mcg Allicin.

€ 11.50

Dosage: 1 - 2 tablets, 2 - 3 x per day

KLO Alicia Garlic (5000)
60 tablets

KLO Alicia 5000 Garlic Extract
60 tablets @ 800 mg/tablet

Contents: Pure garlic extract 5000 mcg

€ 15.45

Dosage: 1 tablet
Once a day, in the morning or in the evening

PN Garlic Extract 500 mg
100 capsules

PN Garlic Extract
100 capsules

Contents:
Garlic extract 500 mg


€ 7.50

Dosage: 3 capsules 3 times a day, after meals at the start of a therapy Therapie

1-2 capsules, 1 - 2 times a day, after meals as prophylaxis

H1 Garlic Extract
100 capsules
 

H1 Garlic
100 capsules

€ 10.00

Contents: Garlic extract 300 mg

Dosage: 1 capsule, twice a day after breakfast and after dinner

Garlic is used widely today for its therapeutic properties

According to the National Library of Medicine, part of the NIH (National Institutes of Health), USA, garlic is widely used for several conditions linked to the
blood system and heart, including atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), high cholesterolheart attack, coronary heart disease and hypertension.

Garlic is also used today by some people for the prevention of 
lung cancerprostate cancerbreast cancerstomach cancer, rectal cancer, and colon cancer.

Allicin is the most powerful medicinal compound derived from garlic and provides the greatest reputed health benefits.

Allicin does not occur in "ordinary" garlic, it is produced when garlic is finely chopped or crushed. The finer the chopping and the more intensive the crushing, the more allicin is generated and the stronger the medicinal effect.

The technically minded might be interested in the chemistry of allicin.

As well as having antibiotic properties, allicin is an excellent anti-fungal and has been used to treat skin infections such as athlete's foot. Be cautious: too much contact with crushed garlic can result in skin blistering. You should also be aware that a few people are allergic to garlic. Garlic is powerful and needs to be treated with respect - see the warnings page.

Allicin starts to degrade immediately after it is produced, so its medical effectiveness decreases over time. Cooking speeds up this degradation and microwaving appears to destroy allicin totally and eliminate any health benefits.

So for the most powerful medicinal effect, crush a little raw garlic and combine with the cooked food shortly before serving. Don't overdo it - too much can produce irritation of and possibly even damage to the digestive tract. Remember too that raw, crushed garlic also has the most powerful flavour!

 

   
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