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Raw garlic - Eating garlic raw is one way to introduce it to your system. Garlic In order to stimulate the allicin inside of the garlic, it must be chewed to maximize its benefits.has a very strong, pungent taste, so some people prefer to mix it with honey or other substances to hide its taste. In order to stimulate the allicin inside of the garlic, it must be chewed to maximize its benefits. Doses vary from one or two cloves a day up to five or six, depending on what you're trying to cure.
Topical medication - Another way it can be used is by applying it directly to someone's skin. It can be used to heal rashes or other irritants on the skin. Some people may be allergic to this form of medication, so be wary of it causing any burns or rashes.
Garlic tea - This is a way to introduce it to your system while hiding its poignant taste. After mashing up garlic cloves in a pan, boil them into water. Strain the water and combine the tea with lemon or honey for additional flavoring. For best results, drink a cup of the garlic antibiotic tea twice a day.
Cooking garlic - Another way to introduce it to your diet is by adding cooked garlic it to your meals while they are cooking. This is not as effective as eating it raw, because cooking the allicin can dilute its potency. Garlic capsules -
Garlic capsules can be taken in varying doses once or twice a day. These capsules make it extremely easy to increase your garlic intake.
Even with all the positive results of using a type of garlic antibiotic, there are some circumstances where you may not want to take it, specifically blood-thinning medications.
Garlic can intervene or meddle with other prescriptions, cures or antibiotics, so check with a health care professional before altering your diet.
Originally posted by jaguarsky
I never get the flu vaccine, I get terrible side effects, and I have not gotten the flu in 20yrs. Until now, been really sick for about a week. Did a little research and found that the predominant strain in our area is H1N1...ring a bell?