People feel strongly about garlic. They either love its lingering aroma or hate its pungent odor. It’s no wonder, then, that folkloric shamans prescribed a necklace of garlic to ward off vampires.
Garlic’s renowned pungent smell comes from its sulfur-rich compounds, which are excreted through the lungs. Kaya kayong mga dalaga…huwag kumain ng bawang kong may date dahil baka kalahi ni Count Dracula si suitor, nako patay…baka tatakbo itong :running: palayo.
But garlic is more than pantakot kay Dracula. A lot of people like me use garlic in cooking without knowing that this herb has quite a few medicinal uses. Read the list carefully at baka ito ay makakatulong sa inyo, lalo na sa kaibigan ko diyan na may dinaramdam.
Garlic is known to
– aid digestion – para sa mga nagmamadaling kumain, yon bagang lunok walang nguya eater. itong garlic na daw ang mag digest, ingat lang na huwag mabulunan…ang gamot naman diyan ay “batok” lang. :beee:
– ward off colds – Thess, kumain ka ng isang kilong bawang para maalis ang sinat mo.
– expel worms – :thinking: tutuo kaya ito?, masubukan nga!
– help alleviate rheumatism – I really have to eat plenty for early prevention, para kaya kong habulin ang aking mga apo pagtanda ko.
Like aspirin, garlic has certain qualities that thin the blood. By preventing platelets from banding together, garlic may keep the circulatory system healthy. Garlic can do this without any of the discomfort or other problems associated with aspirin.
Garlic may eliminate many of the symptoms associated with yeast infections, which include fatigue, disorientation and depression.
O kita niyo na very useful talaga ang garlic di ba? So you may love it or hate it, garlic can help protect your body from more than just keeping vampires or unwanted suitors….at bay.
Souce: Ã„rzteblatt DE