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Garlic

GARLIC
Allium sativum
Liquid extract of fresh whole bulb.

Actions: Antiseptic (antibacterial and antifungal). Metabolic stimulant. Clears phlegm; expectorant. Reduces cholesterol. Inhibits platelet aggregation (“thins the blood”).

Uses: Heart disease associated with high cholesterol, fatty deposits and arteriosclerosis; high blood pressure. Infections of eyes, ears and throat; respiratory infections, coughs and hoarseness; colds and flu. Obesity.

Dose: Take 30 to 40 drops, 2 to 3 times per day. Mix with 20 drops of Peppermint Spirits to moderate Garlic odor.

Cautions: Discontinue, lower dosage or combine with Peppermint Spirits if digestive upset occurs. Avoid use in cases of inflamed stomach. May impart taste or odor of garlic to breast milk.


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