The Healing Benefits of Garlic Juice

16 January, 2019
Garlic juice has powerful antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, keeps blood clots from forming, thus protecting your cardiovascular health, and can also prevent various types of cancer from developing.

Garlic’s medicinal and health-related benefits have been known worldwide for centuries because it has a great number of substances that provide your body with the indispensable tools it needs in order to function properly. Plus, it’s completely natural. In this article, you can learn all about garlic juice. 

The best way to benefit from garlic is by consuming raw garlic juice. When adding garlic to your dishes as a flavoring agent and heating it up, it loses the majority of its health properties. Among the components found in garlic are vitamins A, B6, C, and E, as well as minerals such as calcium, copper, sulfur, magnesium, iron, potassium, selenium and phosphorus.

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Medicinal uses of garlic

One of the most important medicinal uses of garlic juice is treating people who have constant colds, asthma and other complications in the respiratory system. Due to garlic being able to strengthen the body’s immune system. The immune system can become more resistant to an endless list of viruses and bacteria in the environment.

Frequently consuming garlic juice can help prevent disorders in the circulatory system. It’s a great way to maintain good cardiovascular health, establish a healthy blood pressure level, and increase good cholesterol, which keeps plaque from building up in the arteries. Plus, consuming garlic juice can help minimize your risk of suffering from blood clots in the arteries, which is an important part of preventing strokes, which generally result in irreversible damage.

Numerous studies have shown that people who consume garlic juice on a daily basis can lower their possibilities of developing different types of cancer, such as lung cancer, stomach cancer, and colon cancer. Likewise, due to its powerful components, it can be an excellent antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal and anti-microbial agent, making it a great, natural way to fight off all kinds of infections.

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How can I drink garlic juice?

Diced garlic

Garlic juice can be consumed as follows:

  • Two or three carrots
  • Two garlic cloves
  • One apple
  • A few sprigs of parsley
  • A small piece of ginger

Place all of these ingredients in a blender with two cups of water. Blend them and then drain the mixture. You should drink this mixture on an empty stomach every day.

Another similar garlic smoothie is as follows:

  • Two apples
  • One pepper
  • One garlic clove

Blend these ingredients together and drink on an empty stomach.

 

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