Garlic is probably the best known herb to improve blood pressure naturally.
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You’ve probably heard about the amazing healing power of garlic, especially for lowering high blood pressure. Some people claim their blood pressure drops down 20 points every time they eat garlic.
But did you know that…
Using It In A Wrong Way May
Destroy Any Health Benefits It Contains!
Why does that happen? I’ll tell you…
You see, garlic includes two ingredients that have long been believed to have the most powerful health benefits; Allicin and Diallyl Sulphides.
These ingredients are only released when the garlic is crushed or chopped into very small pieces. The smaller pieces, the more of those healing ingredients are released.
So if you eat it whole or cut into big chops, you will get little to no health benefits.
Microwaving garlic totally destroys Allicin and Diallyl Sulphides. And cooking it minimizes their effectiveness.
So that’s another thing to look out for.
To get the best health benefits out of garlic…
… crush it down or chop it as small as possible and then spread it raw on top of your salad or meal.
Many people go for garlic captures to avoid the smell. They can also be very beneficial. Although, again, you should approach with caution to get the most out of the garlic.
Go for quality;
Always check the label for amount of allicin released in the captures and compare different brands based on the amount of allicin it contains.
The more, the better.
Consult with your doctor before taking garlic captures. Some people are allergic to such a strong doze of garlic. Garlic captures may also have negative side effects when combined with some types of medications. It should also be avoided before undergoing surgery.