Garlic as we know from years used as food component in many or most dishes. Do you know that Garlic can be used as remedies for many diseases or can be used in daily food for healthy living.

Garlic regulates the functioning of the stomach by producing gastric juices that aids in digestion.

Garlic also help liver to release toxins from the body and protect it from harm.

Eating garlic in excess may irritate the digestive tract and cause heartburn.

Some benefits of Garlic are:-


Hair Loss

  • Just rub sliced cloves of garlic on your scalp 1 hour before going for bath to get the most benefit.
  • At night also you can infuse oil with garlic and try massage it into your scalp with soft hand.


If suffering from acne one can rub a sliced clove of garlic on the pimple for an effective treatment because of antioxidant property it will kill bacteria.

Skin treatment

If you have rashes or psoriasis on your skin then

  • Try rubbing a little garlic oil on the affected area for smooth, rash-free skin because of its anti-inflammatory properties

Hypertension or high BP

If you are suffering from High Blood pressure then you must eat a few raw garlic cloves daily on an empty stomach with milk or even with water depending on your taste.



  • During Cold on daily basis chopped or minced garlic in hot water for 10 mins.
  • Add a bit of honey or ginger to improve the taste after straining garlic depending on your taste and drink it after regular interval of time.


Feet care

Soak your feet in a bath of warm water and crushed garlic, With its anti-fungal properties it will relieve itchy athlete's foot.

Joint Pain

According to one of our visitor Ms. Neha Agagrwal, she says " If you apply crushed garlic directly on the cold sore or joint where its paining with natural anti-inflammatory properties Garlic could help in reducing pain as well as swelling".

You can also eat 1 garlic daily in empty stomach to get relief from pains.


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