"Let food be thy medicine, thy medicine shall be thy food" -Hippocrates

The Desired Results

When a human mind clearly and continually visualizes an end result, with deep emotion and concentrated intent, then the formatted energy generated is converted into its mass equivalent- (the desired result)

By Jim Francis

Sunday, March 7, 2010


Garlic has been used for its medicinal properties for ages. It was widely used in ancient Egypt. It is an extensively used herbal medicine.

Garlic in its natural form contains an antibiotic called allicin. It also contains sulfides. Garlic is said to fight against certain types of cancers.

Garlic can lower your cholesterol and blood pressure. It can also fight plaque formation in the arteries. It also helps to prevent atherosclerosis.

Garlic is used in the treatment of asthma. It is said to reduce the intensity of attacks. As garlic has pungent smell and bad odor, the best way to consume garlic would be to cut the garlic cloves into pieces and swallow it like tablets. Consuming garlic like this, you can escape from the foul smelling breath.

Garlic can prevent the formation of blood clots and reduce the chances of a stroke. Garlic is also used as a mild antibiotic, and an antibacterial agent.

Fresh garlic can be used as an anti-fungal herb. Garlic has been used to fight the some of the most dangerous bacteria that is resistant to antibiotics.

Only fresh raw garlic has antibacterial and antiviral properties. Garlic when cooked loses most of its properties. Garlic extracts as they are not fresh also tend to lose their medicinal value.

Garlic has been used as preventive and cure for colds, cough and asthma for ages. Garlic is also said to boost metabolism. Consuming garlic has very little side effects.

Topical application of garlic is also prevalent, as garlic has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties.

Garlic can also be used as a mosquito repellent. Cut garlic into half and keep it in a room. It will drive away the mosquitoes.

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