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Any opinions on the "allicin" in garlic working as an alternative to antibiotics? Products like allimax, etc.
Chance: If you had a severe infection, would you want something that had been studied to make sure it treats the infection, or something with vague claims and no solid scientific data in humans? ...Read more
Eat 2 Beat CA, Pt.7: GARLIC & ONIONS: The compounds that give garlic & onions their strong flavor appear to stave off cancer by neutralizing carcinogenic substances & speeding the repair of damaged DNA. Like may cancer-fighting foods, garlic seems especially effective against digestive tract cancer, including those of the esophagus & colon. (Ref: AARP, 5/2014) ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
no: 4000 miligrams is equivalent 4 grams or the weight of a garlic clove. It should not be too much if you like how it tastes. ...Read more
No: I'm sorry someone told you something this foolish. Garlic is an interesting plant with some very interesting molecules, but don't expect it to change your basic hair biology. I've seen the same websites you have and they're obvious fiction -- even the mechanisms of "hair loss" they cite are science fantasy. ...Read more