garlic in hindi meaning,uses and benifits

garlic ;=लहसुन


Uses of garlic 

  1. Fresh peel off and chopped garlic is considered as the best way to use it. 
  2. Also, Garlic powder and garlic extract we can use it. 
  3. All the benefits are available in raw garlic. So it is always recommended to eat a raw garlic. 
  4. In cooking food, chopped garlic is used and also garlic paste. 
  5. Garlic is known as flavouring agent. The common use of garlic is in sauces, Vegetable, meats, soup etc. 
Health benefits of garlic 

Health benefits of garlic 

  • It is mainly found that it is good for heart and blood pressure. 
  • It helps in curing high blood pressure, high cholesterol level. 
  • It contains various medicines due to which it also prevents from skin infection. 
  • Garlic is good for Cardiovascular health. From ancient time, it is believed that it contains various chemical compounds like Allicin which helps in reducing the bad cholesterol. 
  • Also considered as a best medicine for the people suffering from hypertension or high blood pressure. 
  • Garlic is good for gut health. 
  • It promotes the friendly bacteria and help in prevent from diseases. 
  • It is also good for brain health. 
  • Environmental pressure can develop aging process that is cured by garlic. As, garlic contains antibodies which can cure from this. 
  • Alzheimers and Dementia are the two Neurodegenerative diseases that is prevented by garlic. 
  • Garlic contains 2 most important medicine – Allicin which increases white blood cells and helps in fighting with toxics and Ajoene 
  • Ajoene helps in prevention from fungal infections. 
  • Garlic is called ” blood purifier”. 
  • It is considered as good detoxification. 
  • A good medicine for heart. 
  • Garlic has been used all over the world for thousands of years. Records indicate that garlic was in use when the Giza pyramids were built, about 5,000 years ago.
  • The original Olympic athletes in Ancient Greece were given garlic – possibly the earliest example of “performance enhancing” agents used in sports.
  • According to experts at Kew Gardens, England’s royal botanical center of excellence, the people of ancient India valued the therapeutic properties of garlic and also thought it to be an aphrodisiac. The upper classes avoided garlic because they despised its strong odor, while monks, “…widows, adolescents, and those who had taken up a vow or were fasting, could not eat garlic because of its stimulant quality.”

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