Sunday, 29 January 2017

Ayurvedic Medicine - Garlic



Ayurvedic Medicine - Garlic


Ayurvedic Name: Lahsoon

Botanical Name: Allium Sativum

English: Garlic

Physical Properties
Garlic is a biennial herb of the onion family. It has a flattened stem and narrow, flat leaves.

Habitat
Garlic originated in Central Asia and still remains one of the staple spices of various Asian cuisines.

Ayurvedic benefits:

1) Garlic contains a component called allicin. Allicin is has properties that allow it to lower lipids and inhibit blood coagulation. People with Vata hypertension can benefit from consuming raw garlic on a regular basis. The suggested amount to consume is one crushed clove once or twice a week. Add a little bit of honey and fresh ginger before consuming, to make the fresh, crushed garlic easier on the palate.

2) Garlic has been used for treating cough, asthma, leprosy, arteriosclerosis, fever, worms and a lot of other disorders.

3) In Digestive Disorders: Garlic is one of the most beneficial herbs for the digestive system. It stimulates the movement of intestines and aids in secretion of digestive juices.

4) It has an antiseptic effect and is an excellent remedy for infectious diseases and inflammations of the stomach and intestine.

5) In High Blood Pressure: Garlic is one of the most effective remedy for lowering blood pressure. It also works like a charm in curing arrhythmia.

6) In Arteriosclerosis: One can consume garlic regularly to prevent arteriosclerosis.

7) In Blood Disorders: Garlic is the best natural rejuvenator. It removes toxins from the blood, revitalizes the body and stimulates circulation.

8) Garlic contains a component called allicin. Allicin is believed to have properties that allow it to lower lipids and inhibit blood coagulation. People with Vata hypertension can benefit from consuming raw garlic on a regular basis. One crushed clove once or twice a week can be consume for effective results. To make the fresh, crushed garlic easier on the palate, add a little bit of honey and fresh ginger before consuming.

9) Garlic is also used as excellent worm expeller.


It is really a amazing herb. It is ingredient of food, which when expended advances and treats fundamental intestinal verdure and furthermore in the meantime kills the harmful microscopic organisms.

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