Garlic (لہسن) is one of the key ingredients available in our kitchens. May it be cooking or treating any minor illness this small pod works wonders in everything. Since ancient times, garlic has been used to treat wounds, parasites and intestinal disorders, and in recent decades this popular culinary bulb is known more for its perceived role in the management or prevention of conditions such as cancer and heart diseases. Garlic contains sulfur compounds, enzymes, and a variety of nutrients including vitamins, minerals and fiber with some of this bulb’s health-promoting components not yet known or realized. Garlic is not only good for us, it has been linked to reducing or even helping to prevent four of the major causes of death worldwide, including heart disease, stroke, cancer and infections.
- English Name: Garlic
- Urdu Name: لہسن
- Scientific Name: Allium sativum
Uses & Health Benefits:
- Lowers cholesterol level.
- Helps in weight reduction
- Reduce risk of several types of cancer
- Fights against bacteria
- Treats cold and infections
- Helps reverse hair loss
- Controls blood pressure
- Helps improve dementia symptoms
- Treats diabetes
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This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.