Herb Valley Odourless Garlic 1000mg 420 caps
With antioxidant activity, this product may help reduce the severity and duration of symptoms of colds and flu. Helps maintain a healthy heart and cardiovascular system in healthy individuals.
An antimicrobial agent
420 soft capsules
Adults only. Take 1 capsule daily with meals, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner
For colds and flu, take 3 capsules daily with food
Allium Sativum extract equiv. to dry bulb 1000mg
No added sugar, salt, yeast, gluten, starch, wheat, corn, milk derivatives, preservatives, artificial colours or sweeteners.
Always read the label
Use only as directed
Keep out of reach of children
Store below 30°C in a dry place away from sunlight
Do not use if cap seal is broken
Nutritional supplements can only be of assistance if the dietary intake is inadequate
If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner
Garlic also assists in maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system and healthy cholesterol levels in healthy individuals. Garlic has shown in clinical trials the ability to reduce atherosclerosis.
Population studies showed a significant benefit in patients consuming a diet rich in garlic to prevent certain cancers, this then prompted further research.
Most clinical trials researching the benefits of garlic and cancer treatment focused on cancers of the stomach, colorectal, oesophageal and pancreatic cancer. There is no evidence to support Garlic as a treatment for cancers; however Garlic was able to protect people at risk of these cancers from developing cancer.
Clinical trials into garlic to treat helicobactor pylori the bacteria believed to be responsible for gastric and peptic ulcers have also shown promising results.
Garlic is recognised worldwide as an antimicrobial acting on bacteria, viruses and parasites. Garlic may be used as a preventative for a number of different conditions including colds, allergies and high cholesterol.
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