Garlic in Honey - 250 gms
We all know the benefits of Garlic and honey separately. Both ingredients together become a powerhouse to boost your immune system to fight off colds, allergies, flu, nasal polyps, high cholesterol and joint pains. Combine the two ingredients and you have got a natural remedy to strengthen the immune system. Combining garlic with honey and their superpowers might turn you into a “superhero”.
Garlic benefits you the most as a raw food, not as a supplement. We all know this age-old trusted fact. But even if you love garlic, it’s almost impossible to consume enough raw garlic. By combining the honey and garlic, the intensity of the garlic flavor mellows, making it more tolerable to eat raw garlic in high quantities. The honey is also loaded with health benefits and the two together can keep your immune system operating at its best.
Garlic Health Benefits:
Different cultures use Garlic for different uses like, Chinese use it for digestion and respiratory disorders and in Roman culture, it is used for gastrointestinal disorders and lessen joint diseases. The vital ingredient responsible for garlic’s magical properties is alliin. When you bite into garlic, alliin comes in contact with your body and becomes allicin which has antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties. This compound is preserved in garlic when you have it raw. Once you add the garlic in preparing your food, you tend to destroy this compound and its other healing properties by heating it. Garlic helps in lowering cholesterol levels, treats the common cold and strengthens your immune system.
To Keep Allicin intact we have to keep garlic in raw form, meaning, without frying or heating it up with the food. When we infuse garlic in honey, it is preserved naturally. Honey is a great preservative.
Honey Health Benefits:
Raw honey has a lot of antioxidants and enzymes, as well as minerals such as iron, zinc, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and selenium. It’s important to mention the vitamin B6, thiamin, riboflavin, and niacin.
Health benefits of Honey Infused Garlic:
First of all, using garlic and honey for weight control is a method which is gaining popularity all over the world. When you have raw garlic, and honey every morning your fat reduces considerably in no time. When chopped garlic cloves mixed with raw honey is consumed, on an empty stomach for at least a week, it will not only boost your immunity but acts as an immediate fat cutter.
Nourishes Your Skin:
Wish goodbye to dull skin the moment you start incorporating garlic with honey in your daily routine. Having this mixture on a daily basis rejuvenates your skin and gives you an everlasting glow.
Helps in Common Cold, Allergies and Nasal Polyps:
The anti-bacterial properties of the honey and garlic cure a common cold and allergies in a few days. It has high antiseptic and antioxidant properties. It removes infectious material and prevents the growth of polyp. It also helps in drainage of mucus.
The mixture of garlic and honey helps boost immunity. Both, Garlic and Honey, can boost immune function. Garlic contains compounds that help the immune system fight germs. Whole garlic contains a compound called alliin. When garlic is crushed or chewed, this compound turns into allicin, the main active ingredient in garlic.
Common symptoms associated with rheumatoid arthritis are the pain, inflammation, stiffness, and swelling in the affected joints. Garlic, when consumed in appropriate dosage, has proved to be beneficial in alleviating symptoms associated with rheumatoid arthritis.
Blood Pressure and Cholesterol:
Blood Pressure and Heart Health: Garlic can be used to help lower cholesterol levels and blood pressure, and prevent cancer, heart attacks, coronary heart disease. Garlic in honey is capable to reduce heart disease risk in many ways viz. decreasing cholesterol production, enhancing cholesterol loss in the stool, reducing cholesterol in artery walls, inhibiting blood clotting, reducing inflammation and lowering blood pressure. Consumption of garlic in honey can lower your LDL or bad cholesterol levels and increase the HDL or good cholesterol levels. It also reduces plaque buildup in the arteries and blood vessels and helps lower blood pressure, thus lowering your risk of cardiovascular diseases.