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  • seasoning quite a few meals, I myself like garlic baked french bread with spagetti MMMM MMMM GOOD
  • Garlic is the most powerful natural antibiotic there is. It can supplement the immune system with useful compounds, can treat infections, it thins the blood and thus can prevent heart disease as part of a good diet.
  • To make things tastier, of course!
  • Works great as a seasoning. I love it in everything. Also drives away vampires, and makes for an interesting night if wife doesn't eat it or know you ate it.
  • I use it as a seasoning, but eating lots of it also helps in the summer to ward away mosquitoes (so I've been told)
  • Besides cooking to scare the vampires away!
  • Prevent cancer Lower your cholesterol level Reverse high blood pressure Boost your immune system Overcome fatigue Resist colds and flus ....ward off evil spirits!
  • I didn't think you could cook with out it. It makes everything taste better.
  • getting rid of vampires, mixing with bread, and getting rid of nosy people
  • Making toast taste good.
  • its a natural aphrodisac
  • if you are italian, it is not food until there is garlic in it
  • It's used in food and it's also used to Strengthen your immune system too.
  • Keeping away vampires!
  • There are very few PROVEN homeopathic remedies for garlic (though there are very few that have been proven wrong!!!). It's a powerful herb, both in effects and flavor. To some it is the "stinky rose, we know who we are!" to some it is offensive. It is can be used for flavoring in foods in more ways than most other herbs out there. Garlic mellows the larger it gets, and also mellows with a slow roasting.
  • If you eat a clove or raw garlic it will clear your nasal passages. Also it can be used for warding off Nosferatu (vampires).
  • When rubbed onto sharp blade weapons, it gets into a fresh cut and severely hinders the wound closing and healing. The blood thinning effects from garlic are minor when eaten, but when rubbed into an open cut, it prevents clotting and makes even a small cut gape wide and stay open.
  • Grow beautiful hair with garlic. Garlic could end your hair loss problems because of its high levels of allicin, a sulfur compound similar to that found in onions, which were found to effectively treat hair loss. Rub sliced cloves of garlic on your scalp, squeezing as you go for the most benefit. You can also infuse oil with garlic and massage it into your scalp. Garlic clears acne. It might not be a main ingredient in your drugstore acne medication, but garlic makes a great natural remedy to banish unsightly blemishes. Its antioxidants kill bacteria, so rub a sliced clove of garlic on the pimple for an effective topical treatment. Garlic prevents and treats colds. Packed with antioxidants, a daily dose of garlic in your recipes could benefit your immune system. If a cold does sneak by, try sipping garlic tea: steep chopped or minced garlic in hot water for several minutes, then strain and drink. You can add a bit of honey or ginger to improve the taste. Soothe psoriasis with garlic. Since garlic has proven anti-inflammatory properties, it could be useful in relieving uncomfortable psoriasis outbreaks. Try rubbing a little garlic oil on the affected area for smooth, rash-free skin. Control your weight with garlic. Garlic could help you control your weight, according to nutritionist Cynthia Sass, who cites a study that showed mice eating a garlic-rich diet reduced their weight and fat stores. To take advantage of this benefit, try to cook with garlic daily. Remove a splinter with garlic. Placing a slice of garlic over the sliver and covering it with a bandage or duct tape has been a folk cure for years. As natural remedies gain in popularity, current bloggers swear this one works. Treat athlete's foot with garlic. With its anti-fungal properties, some people swear that a benefit of garlic is its ability to relieve itchy athlete's foot. Soak your feet in a bath of warm water and crushed garlic. Keep away mosquitoes with garlic. Scientists aren't sure why, but mosquitoes don't seem to like garlic. One study in India found that people who rubbed a garlicky concoction on their arms and legs weren't bothered by the pesky buggers. Make a solution of garlic oil, petroleum jelly, and beeswax for a natural repellant or place cloves of garlic nearby. Garlic conquers cold sores. A popular cold sore home remedy involves holding a bit of crushed garlic directly on the cold sore; its natural anti-inflammatory properties could help reduce pain and swelling. Garlic supplements may also speed up the healing process, according to ecosalon.com. Garlic works as a natural glue. Have you ever noticed how sticky your fingers get after chopping garlic? That natural adhesive quality is why some people use garlic to fix hairline cracks in glass. Crush some cloves and rub the juice on the crack, wiping away any excess. De-ice your sidewalk with garlic. A town in Iowa used donated garlic salt to remove ice from roadways. Next time you stumble on old garlic salt in the back of your spice cabinet, save it for an icy walkway. Protect plants with garlic. Garden pests don't like garlic, so make a natural pesticide using garlic, mineral oil, water, and liquid soap. Pour into a spray bottle and mist your plants to keep away destructive critters. Catch more fish with garlic. Fish are so attracted to the scent of garlic that you can buy bait with the smell built in. Or, get this benefit by making your own using food scraps and, of course, plenty of cloves.

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