How to use garlic as a natural antibiotic?

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Garlic as a Natural Antibiotic

Garlic is nature’s potent, natural antibiotic herb, that isn’t just effective against bacterial infections but against fungal and viral infections as well. Unlike commercial antibiotic medications it does not kill “good” bacteria in our body neither does it have any harmful side effects. Clinical trials have proved its effectiveness against multiple ailments like chronic diarrhea, candida overgrowth, genital herpes, chronic sinus infection, diabetes, high blood pressure, allergies, infections, toothaches, cancer, impotence, colds, heart disease, MRSA, and high cholesterol.

Garlic’s potency lies in a single active component called “allicin” which is not found in fresh garlic but is released when it is crushed, chopped, chewed or bruised. This is effectively Garlic’s natural defense against bacterial and fungal attacks from the soil. That explains how these benefits are passed on to us when we eat them. Garlic loses its antibiotic properties when you cook or dry it, and commercial garlic capsules do not preserve the full activity of the fresh bulb.

So the only way is to eat it RAW. Crush the bulbs and expose it to air for ten minutes before consuming to fully activate this key germ-killing compound. Try adding tomatoes and lemon to make it more palatable.

Cheap, easily available, safe for the body, no side effects, potent pathogen killer, cure for multiple ailments….what else do you need to consume the humble yet magical Garlic?

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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Jaki Wills
Jaki Wills 5pts

I tried the garlic & cheese thing....almost knocked the top of my head off...strong, but good. Cousin Kim also swears by it.

Debra Moore
Debra Moore 5pts

I have sworn by raw garlic wrapped in sharp cheese for years. Awful stuff, but the cold is never bad and gone the next day.

Debi Vickrey Francis
Debi Vickrey Francis 5pts

I ran out of garlic over the weekend, mind you I eat 2 cloves a day and by Monday I caught a cold!!!

KayCallahan 5pts

I like to take garlic by mincing it and swallowing it down with a spoon full of honey.

Ayurveda 5pts

Thank You Uzistar Buzaglo

Laura Viita-Giles
Laura Viita-Giles 5pts

I need something in place of an antibiotic for cystic acne. Garlic probably isn't strong enough though?

Ayurveda 5pts

Thanks for sharing Janet! :)

Ayurveda 5pts

Thanks for the tip Sara!

Maria Sajdera
Maria Sajdera 5pts

True and Onion works to very well, Try it :)

Shail Kumar
Shail Kumar 5pts

Randy Nowak. It is really good for you . Just need to take in right quantity as suits your body. It can be consumed even raw as per your digestion power. Dont believe without knowing facts. Read so much positive about garlic.

Randy Nowak
Randy Nowak 5pts

A lot of conflicting reports on YouTube That garlic is really not that good for you . It's considered a poison. You don't know what to believe

Janet Cole-Jones
Janet Cole-Jones 5pts

just dice the garlic really fine, at least to teas. wash each teas. down with water. a little more won't hurt...

Michelle Fischer
Michelle Fischer 5pts

Debra Banks. Yep! Loses its antibacterial and beneficial aid via cooking.

Lori Pierson
Lori Pierson 5pts

I got workin for the weekend. Really not surprised

Sara Osman
Sara Osman 5pts

Garlic is the best for cold. We always use with honey and lime together. It's better than using antibiotic

Ayurveda 5pts

3 to 4 Cloves/Day is enough.

Sue Mueller
Sue Mueller 5pts

It doesn't say how much to take at a time. Does anyone know?

Aly ElShafei
Aly ElShafei 5pts

Any advise please on how to make garlic oil? It is better to be used with children, instead of whole cloves