North American Herb And Spice Garlex - 1 Oz Liquid

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    • UPC: 635824002253
    • Oil of wild garlic.
    • Natural source of allicin.
    • Supports healthy cholesterol, blood pressure and the entire circulatory system.
    North American Herb and Spice Garlex
    • North American Herb and Spices Garlex is the ultimate cold-pressed garlic oil available.
    • Because it is cold-pressed, the garlic is raw, retaining more of its natural properties.
    • In addition to the garlic, the potent spice extracts of coriander, basil, and oregano P73 are added.
    p>GarlicParts used and where grown: Garlic has been used since time immemorial as a culinary spice and medicinal herb. Garlic has been cultivated in the Middle East for more than 5,000 years and has been an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The region with the largest commercial garlic production is central California. China is also a supplier of commercial garlic. The bulb is used medicinally.

    How much is usually taken? People who wish to consume garlic and have no aversion to its odor can chew from one to two whole cloves of raw garlic daily. For those who prefer it with less odor, enteric-coated tablets or capsules with approximately 1.3% allin are available. Clinical trials have used 600�900 mg (delivering approximately 5,000�6,000 mcg of allicin potential) per day in two or three divided amounts. Aged-garlic extracts have been studied in amounts ranging from 2.4�7.2 grams per day.

    Are there any side effects or interactions?Many people enjoy eating garlic. However, some people who are sensitive to it may experience heartburn and flatulence. Because of garlic�s anti-clotting properties, people taking anticoagulant drugs should check with their doctor before taking garlic. Those scheduled for surgery should inform their surgeon if they are taking garlic supplements. Garlic appears to be safe during pregnancy and breast-feeding. In fact, two studies have shown that babies like breast milk better from mothers who eat garlic.

    Supplement Facts:


    Take five or more drops under the tongue with juice or water.

    Keep out of the reach of children.

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