Now it’s been proven, scientifically.
1. It is more effective than antibiotics, and it works in a fraction of the time.
In 2012 an article was published in the Journal of Antibicrobial Chemotherapy in which researchers demonstrate that garlic is roughly 100 times more effective than the two most popular antibiotics on the market, erythromycin and ciprofloxacin, for combating foodborne bacterial illnesses. But not only that, it commonly acts to fight the bacteria in a fraction of the time that the antibiotics need.
The key to garlic’s success here is a sulfur-bearing compound produced by it that binds to vital enzymes in the bacteria studied, shutting them down and ultimately killing the cell itself.
2. It can cure all sorts of warts caused by HPV.
In an article on the website preventdisease.com, a study published in the International Journal of Dermatology is cited, which notes that garlic is indeed useful for combatting warts and corns quickly and effectively. Great for a quick and easy cure for those who don’t have access to liquid nitrogen.
3. It has been proven to combat malaria and cancer.
Dr. Ian Crandall of the University of Toronto presented laboratory research that found that the compounds in garlic, largely responsible for its distinctive aroma, can also take down malaria, and perhaps even certain cancers. The aromatic compounds contain sulfur which bind to vital enzymes and proteins in the investigated malaria parasites and cancer cells.
4. It puts an end to brain cancers with no side-effects.
Swapan Ray, PhD, and others, recently published in Cancer that various sulfur-bearing compounds (I sense a trend here…) present naturally in garlic are capable of penetrating the blood-brain barrier, entering the cancerous brain cells, and causing those cells ramp up their metabolisms so much that they essentially work themselves to death.
Not only are the compounds – DAS, DADS, and DATS – as effective in killing brain tumors, if not better, than the usual chemotherapy and radiation, they do by only targeting the tumors and leaving the healthy cells alone.
Lu, X., Samuelson, D., Rasco, B., & Konkel, M. (2012). Antimicrobial effect of diallyl sulphide on Campylobacter jejuni biofilms Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, 67 (8), 1915-1926 DOI: 10.1093/jac/dks138
Garlic – A Natural Treatment For HPV by preventdisease.com
Garlic Potent Against Malaria and Cancer by preventdisease.com
Das, A., Banik, N., & Ray, S. (2007). Garlic compounds generate reactive oxygen species leading to activation of stress kinases and cysteine proteases for apoptosis in human glioblastoma T98G and U87MG cells Cancer, 110 (5), 1083-1095 DOI: 10.1002/cncr.22888
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