There is something more than the alluring aroma of roasted garlic cloves, it holds some really great health benefits as well. Which is why it has been used for thousands of Cooking Recipes like roasting meat, curries, stir-fries and other types of Pakistani Foods, it has the superpower to breathe life into the most tasteless dishes and also help the body in getting rid of ailments like cold, flu and more serious diseases like cancer. Listed below are five health benefits of garlic that will make you fall in love with this super vegetable!

1. Relieves you of Cold and Flu

Garlic can prove to be a great remedy for stubborn colds and clingy flu that usually come around during the winter season. A mere serving of 2-3 cooked or raw cloves of garlic or a cup of garlic tea will not only relieve you of a stuffed nose but will also give your immune system a boost and prepare it for upcoming flu and cold attacks. Ginger tea can be mixed with lemon and honey for added benefits and some great flavor.

2. Protects you from Heart Diseases

Garlic is loaded with a sulphuric compound, known as allicin, which upon regular consumption can prove great for your heart as allicin helps control your cholesterol levels, as well as blood pressure and blood sugar. However, it should be kept in mind that upon cooking, allicin loses its medical benefits so it is impaired that it should be taken raw or at least in a semi-cooked way.

3. Cancer Prevention

Several recent studies show that upon daily consumption, garlic has shown anti-cancer properties and is beneficial for people with stomach and colorectal cancers. Studies also suggest that garlic strengthens the body against cancer cells and slows their generation.

4. Great anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties

Garlic has been known for its great anti-bacterial and anti-fungal tendencies, that is why it has been used in herbal remedies for the last 7000 years. Studies have supported the fact that a diluted garlic extract is great for children with tapeworm infections. A garlic-based mouthwash doesn’t sound like your average mouthwash that would give you some minty breath but a small amount of garlic extract is sufficient enough to fend off cavity-causing bacteria.

5. Blood Purifier

If you are tired of covering acne and zits every day then you need to root out the problem by purifying your blood to have healthy skin on the inside and the outside. Two cloves of garlic with some warm water in the morning, followed by some good water intake in the day will help you get purify your blood and give you clearer skin by flushing out the toxins and cleansing your skin from the inside.


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