Showing posts with label garlic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label garlic. Show all posts

Monday, November 17, 2014

Healing Properties of Garlic Juice

Who doesn’t know the healing effect of garlic? We might just considered garlic as a simple

culinary herb. But have you ever heard the medicinal properties it posses?
At home, when someone in your family suffers from high blood pressure in the mid of the night, extracted garlic can be a good remedy. Not only that! Garlic has abundant benefits which can treat such various ailments.

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Get well with Garlic

  Garlic is a glabrous, bulbous herb which grows to about 30 cm. high. The leaves are flat, narrow and long. The bulb consists of numerous bulblets, known as cloves, enclosed within a whitish skin. It is well known herb in the garden. It is grown for culinary and medicinal purposes.

Its Medicinal use:
  • Kill or expel worms from the body.
  • Prevents or cures spasms.
  • Stimulates flow of saliva, helps in digestion, relieves flatulence and griping pains from stomach and bowels.
  • Promotes the flow of urine.
  • promotes the removal of mucous secretions from the brochial tubes.
  • To reduce or eliminate fevers.
  • Promotes the dissipation of a growth or swelling.
  • Can be used in chronic bronchitis, tuberculosis, pneumonia, asthma, and other respiratory ailments.
  • It is excellent medicine for colds and can be used in the case of sore throat, hoarseness and tonsillitis.
  • Best remedy for hypertension.
  • Acts as a natural antibiotic and prevents cancer.
  • Good remedy for earache, deafness and the delay of graying of hairs.
  • It is also good for various skin problems.
  • Scientific studies have proved that the consumption of garlic reduces the cholesterol level in the body.
How to use:
  • Use of raw garlic in salads is one of the best remedies for hypertension.
  • The decoction of garlic mixed with coconut oil is given for worms and in smaller doses it is good for infection of the sciatic nerve, inflammation of the respiratory tract and hysteria.
  • The tea garlic, sweetened with honey is recommended for whooping cough, fever and disorders of the nervous system.
  • Externally used, garlic is a disinfectant. It is applied over tumour and wounds. It is a recommended as a poultice for ringworm.
  • Raw garlic juice is good for whooping cough and pulmonary consumption or tuberculosis. Diluted in water the garlic juice is good for earache, deafness and prevention of gray hair. The juice is also used for skin eruptions, corns, fungal infection of the skin, and skin spots.
  • A crushed clove of garlic heated in a tiny vessel or tablespoon containing coconut oil can be very effective for earaches. Only the mild warm oil should be introduced into the painful ear.
Parts to be used:
The bulb (as food, the whole plant can be used).
Dose:
As indicated above.
Caution: Those who suffer from hypertension (low blood pressure) should not use garlic.