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Avoid Consuming Garlic If You Have Any Of These Conditions. Must read

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Avoid Consuming Garlic If You Have Any Of These Conditions. Must read Garlic has been known as a traditional remedy that a lot of people uses in order to treat or prevent numerous diseases, which includes hypertension, high cholesterol levels, coronary heart disease, decreased flow of blood due to narrowed arteries, as well as heart attack and atherosclerosis. Without a hint of doubt, garlic is among the most beneficial and healthies foods in the world. You have to know that it is NOT always safe to consume garlic all the time. Garlic contains an active compound that is known as allicin, which is amazingly effective in lowering the blood pressure by using a mechanism that is similar to that employed by blood pressure drugs just like ACE inhibitors. Medical experts have agreed that garlic can actually assist in the relaxation of blood vessels by preventing the creation of a hormone that is known as angiotensin II. Moreover, garlic is also useful and efficient for controlling the LDL cholesterol. Garlic adds extraordinary flavor to foods, but it is also amazingly useful as a natural health remedy. Doctors have said that garlic is one of the best immune-boosting foods that you can effortlessly find in grocery stores. According to a newest study, individuals who eat garlic regularly have reduced chances of catching flu and colds by at least 63%. A lot of people prepare garlic oil, and this natural oil has the ability to fasten the treatment of ear infections. Furthermore, this oil can also be used as a treatment of stubborn Staph infections. Intake of raw garlic may lead to heartburn, nausea, gas, lingering pungent tastes, bad breath, as well as undesirable body odors. It is essential to highlight that all of the abovementioned potential effects depends on the body chemistry of an individual. That is the reason why you have to consider moderation most of the time and remember to apply extreme caution and extra careful when you are about to consume garlic. Despite all of its health benefits, it may also provide dangerous conditions in some cases which include: When it is combined with anticoagulant drugs: Garlic is a natural anticoagulant. To make it simple, it is already excellent in treating blood circulation problems due to its ability to make blood more fluid. Namely, enhanced fluidity of blood prevents clot, heart-attack-causing blood clots, stroke, thrombosis, and the like. In combination with anticoagulant drugs, garlic may lead to excessive blood fluidity, and that furthermore may result to unnecessary and too much bleeding.
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michelle moore (12 дней назад)
Dont try to scare people. Garlic is a natural healer that does nothing but good if you take it unlike prescription drugs with all of their side effects that will eventually kill you.
Rab carn (2 месяца назад)
I have been taking medication for blood pressure and hyperthyroidism for years and recently starting adding garlic and onion into smoothies recently and consuming it 30 minutes after medication on empty stomach. I am concerned wether it will conflict with my medication. Need to know thanks.
hafiraa hafi (27 дней назад)
I ask them but the medicine they gave me is not working
m davis (27 дней назад)
Why don't you ask a pharmacist or your prescribing doctor first?
m davis (27 дней назад)
+hafiraa hafi too much of anything can be bad. Ask a doctor
hafiraa hafi (27 дней назад)
I have a problem also in my thyroid last night I ate too much garlic then suddenly I felt nausea ,diarrhea, vomiting.. what should I do?
Ian animate (1 месяц назад)
As I understand you have to take them a few hours apart from your medication.
Ayesha Khan (3 месяца назад)
Nice nice .
NKOSINATHI NKosi (18 дней назад)
Bs
Teodoro Estrope (1 месяц назад)
Ayesha Khan
Kim Essex (4 месяца назад)
Quack

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