Garlic Tincture

Allium sativum

4oz and larger are sold for refilling, they are not intended for daily use. Store product away from direct sunlight with lids tightened to maintain the integrity of the product.

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Garlic has been used for a long list of medicinal purposes for a long, long time. It is considered by many alternative practitioners to be nature’s most effective antibiotic. In the United States, Garlic consistently ranks among the top five best-selling herbs. Some of the health benefits shown by these studies were that Garlic can lower cholesterol levels, prevent blood clots from forming, strengthen veins and arteries, reduce blood pressure, protect against bacterial and fungal infections. My favorite use for Garlic is as a soaked oil—ground up very thoroughly before being placed in the oil or by using an oil-based gel cap, —placed in the ear for earache. I like to add a couple of drops of BBL to aid healing and act as a pain reliever and like to use Mullein soaked oil along with the Garlic (not essential oil for either the Garlic or the Mullein). I use the Mullein because it is so soothing. EO is a formula I have made for ear infections. It contains Garlic as well as Mullein, and some other useful herbs.
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Garlic Tincture

Latin Name:
Allium sativum

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Available In:
Tincture, Blessed Water, Dry Herb Pack, Essential Oil, Supplement 

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