If you have Been Eating Garlic and Ginger, This is What You Need to Know


Garlic is a plant grown around the world. It’s all about onion, leek, and chives. The knob is believed to be Siberian but extended to other parts of the world over 5000 years ago. Garlic is used most frequently in conditions linked to the cardiovascular and blood. Complications include elevated blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, or other fats (lipids) in the blood, and artery hardening (atherosclerosis). Elevated blood pressure is among the risks. It uses fresh garlic, powdered garlic, and garlic oil to add flavor to food and drink.

What garlic can do for you

1. Boost immunity: The dough helps to kill cancer cells in test tubes, and some of the same results are shown in human experiments. According to the Iowa Women’s Health Survey, among those who regularly eat garlic and fruits and vegetables, 41,000 middle-aged women were at a 35 per cent lower risk of colon cancer. Natural and cooked garlic-not additives-was used as an advantage.

2. Improve cardiovascular health: This also has to be known whether or not garlic can increase the level of cholesterol, but it may have a beneficial impact on the blood and your arteries. Researchers believe that sulfur is converted into hydrogen sulfide gas in garlic by red blood cells which spreads the blood vessels and facilitates blood pressure regulations. According to US Food & Drug Administration recommends 4 g of garlic daily – the size of a large clove-to minimize the risk of heart disease.

3. Give you better hair & skin: Your skin will clear by killing the bacteria that cause acne through antioxidants and antibacterial properties of garlic. Some evidence suggests that raw garlic can be rubbed away from pimples. Yet be mindful that your skin will burn.

4. Protect your food: Within fresh garlic, bacteria like salmonela and E. coli, which contribute to food poisoning, can destroy the same antibacterial characteristics. Yet don’t substitute food safety and animal preparation with garlic.

5. Treat athlete ‘s foot: garlic even battles mushrooms. When the athlete ‘s foot is on you, soak your feet in the garlic or rub your feet in raw garlic, hitting the itching fungus.


Ginger is a leafy herb with flowers and yellowish-green stalks. The plant’s roots are ginger spices. Born in hotter regions of Asia, China, Japan, and India, Ginger is now rising in South and African regions. It is now also grown in the Middle East as medicine and food.

Ginger is commonly used for other types of nausea and vomiting. This also is used for menstrual cramps, asthma, diabetes, depression, and other conditions, but not enough medical evidence to validate all these therapies. For foods and drinks, ginger is used as a scent. In manufacturing, ginger is used for soap and cosmetics.

Combination of Garlic and Ginger

Garlic and ginger are well-known to enhance immune function, alleviate influenza symptoms and combat infections. These spices were used as food and medicine for centuries. It has antiviral, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and hypoglycemia that improves the health of the person.

1: This is a diluent of blood that lowers blood pressure and triglycerides of your blood, that is, blood temperature.

2: It has been used for the treatment of abdominal distress for more than 2000 years;

3: May lead to safe sweating which can lead to detoxification of cold and grip.

4: Support to prevent cardiac disease.

The cancer of the human body can be prevented by mixing or cooking.

6: The strong properties of garlic protect the skin from free radicals and gradual collagen degradation contributing to elasticity losses in skin aging.

7: No garlic should be eaten by asthma patients.

8: Don’t eat more than 2-3 garlic a day.

If you know more health benefits of Garlic and Ginger you can Please share with us in the comment section.

Published by Ernest I.

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