6 different ways to use garlic

Garlic reputation of being both in kitchen and medicine is known for a long time. Since ancient Egypt was used both for cooking and for treating heart problems, high blood pressure high cholesterol, flu and other infections. For over 20 years, garlic was the subject of numerous scientific studies, containing one of the most versatile natural substances that keep us healthy – allicin.

It has antibiotic properties that activates when garlic is cut or crushed and is responsible for the pungent smell and taste. Once absorbed in the intestine, it is eliminated through the lungs and skin, so those who consume it face a breath and sweat which can keep others away.

Read below what the most common uses of garlic:
1. Pimples
Garlic is an ingredient commonly used in the preparation of cosmetic masks and facial lotions from trade. Garlic juice supports the acne healing and can be applied directly to the affected areas.
2. Cures fungal infections
Garlic has strong antifungal properties. To cure fungal infections of the skin, you can use it either for local wash, either post ointment. For local wash, add 10 cloves of garlic in a quart of warm water. To achieve an effective ointment, chop and crush garlic then mix well with olive oil in the ratio 1: 1.
3. Toothache
Put a clove of garlic between the gums and interior cheek in the painful area and the pain will disappear!
4. Removes splinters from your skin
You can remove a splinter easier if you apply on the affected area chopped or finely crushed garlic and wrap up with a sterile bandage. You can remove the bandage after an hour.
5. Glues cracked windows
Rub garlic juice the windows ‘cracks to prevent their expansion
6. Heals colds, viral diseases, and immune system.

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6 different uses of garlic in health