Posted on Wednesday May 15, 2013
Garlic is a perennial that originally came from central Asia, and is now grown throughout the world. It can grow 2 feet high or more. The part of this plant used for medicine is the compound bulb. Each bulb is made up of 4 – 20 cloves, and each clove weighs about 1 gram. Garlic supplements can either be made from fresh, dried, aged, or garlic oil, and each may have different effects on the body.
+ Medium Size: 3-6.5cm
+ Color: pure or normal white
+ Origin: Vietnam
– Moisture: 14% max
– Packing:5-20Kg/Mesh bag/Carton
– Quantity: 25MT/40RH
– Available : All year
2. Garlic Dried Sliced:
– Moisture: 12 % max
– Admixture: 1% max
– Packing: 25Kg,50kg/PP PE bag or buyers’ requirements
– Quantity: 14MT/ 20FCL
3. Garlic Powder:
– Admixture: 0.5 % max
– Moisture: 12 % max
– Size: 100% through mesh 60 holes/cm2
– Packing: 25Kg,50kg/ PP+PE bag or buyers’ requirements
– Quantity: 17 MT/ 20 FCL
– Supply period: all year round
Garlic is rich in antioxidants, which help destroy free radicals — particles that can damage cell membranes and DNA, and may contribute to the aging process as well as the development of a number of conditions, including heart disease and cancer. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause over time.
The conditions for which garlic is showing the most promise include:
Some evidence suggests that garlic may help prevent heart disease. It may slow down atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) and lower blood pressure slightly, between 7% and 8%. Most of the studies on high blood pressure have used a specific formulation called Kwai. One study that lasted 4 years found that people who took 900 mg daily of standardized garlic powder slowed the development of atherosclerosis. Garlic also seems to be an anticoagulant, meaning it acts as a blood-thinner, which may help prevent heart attacks and strokes.
Earlier studies found that garlic lowered high cholesterol, but more recent studies that are high quality have found no effect.
Some early evidence suggests garlic may help prevent colds. In one study, people took either garlic supplements or placebo for 12 weeks during “cold season” between November and February. Those who took garlic had fewer colds than those who took placebo. Plus, when they did get a cold, the people taking garlic saw their symptoms go away faster than those who took placebo.
Garlic may strengthen the immune system, helping the body fight diseases such as cancer. In test tubes, garlic seems to have anti-cancer activity. And population studies — ones that follow groups of people over time — suggest that people who eat more raw or cooked garlic are less likely to develop certain types of cancer, particularly colon and stomach cancers. In fact, researchers who reviewed 7 studies found a 30% reduction in risk of colorectal cancer among people who ate a lot of raw or cooked garlic. Garlic supplements don’ t seem to have the same effect.
A large-scale study, called the Iowa Women’s Health Study, looked at how much garlic, fruit, and vegetables were in the diets of 41,000 middle-aged women. Results showed that women who regularly ate garlic, fruits, and vegetables had a 35% lower risk of developing colon cancer.
Garlic may help the immune system function better during times of need such as in cancer. In a study of 50 people with inoperable colorectal, liver, or pancreatic cancer, immune activity improved after they took aged garlic extract for 6 months.
In test tubes, garlic kills roundworms, Ascaris lumbricoides, which is the most common type of intestinal parasite. But it hasn’t been tested in humans, so researchers don’ t know if it works in people.
Several studies report that a garlic gel, applied to the skin, may treat ringworm, jock itch, and athlete’ s foot.
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