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Garlic, Organic
Garlic, Organic
Garlic, Organic

Garlic, Organic

$35.98

This exceptionally potent supplement boasts four to five cloves of organic garlic in every capsule. Known as the Russian Penicillin, garlic has been used for centuries therapeutically as an antimicrobial and over the last thirty years this has been our focus as well.

Sourcing garlic cloves with exceptional antimicrobial potential, along with utilizing the most advanced air/belt drying and manufacturing technologies enable us to provide the most therapeutically potent garlic in the market.

It is a must have product to have on your shelf. Learn more about its many usages.

Pure High Actives organic garlic. QAI Certified. Exceptionally potent 26,800 ppm alliin (the industry standard for high potency is 10,000 ppm alliin). Advanced air/belt dying technology. No excipients. 60 capsule per bottle. 500 mg per vegetarian capsule.

  • Green Technology and Patented Technology for highest phytonutrient potential.
  • QAI certified raw organic garlic, Advanced Sublimation Technology. 26,800 ppm alliin content (industry standard for high potency is 10,000 ppm).
  • Historical data:
    • First recorded 5000 BC - Sumerians of Mesopotamia.
    • Hippocrates 400 BC - infections, digestive problems and cancer.
    • Dioscorides 100 BC - infections, clearing arteries and Leprosy.
    • Louis Pasteur 1858 - scientific proof that garlic kills germs.
    • Known in WWII as the "Russian Penicillin".
  • Allicin in garlic is a broad-spectrum antimicrobial: anti bacterial, viral, fungal and protozoal.
  • Garlic in low doses stimulates the immune system by increasing numbers of lymphocytes, phagocytosis and natural killer cell activity.
  • Reduces elevated serum lipid levels- triglycerides and cholesterol.
  • Reduces platelet aggregation and thrombus formation.
  • Increases blood flow of erythrocytes through capillaries and decreases plasma viscosity.
  • Exerts a mild hypotensive effect.
  • Decreases incidences of gastrointestinal cancers.
  • Clinically is used to chelate mercury interstitially.
  • No fillers, flowing agents or excipients of any kind.

FOOD SCIENCE: THE APPLICATION AND USE OF Garlic.*

Antimicrobial

Abbas, H. M. K., Kong, X., Wu, J., Ali, M., & Dong, W. (2019). Antimicrobial Potential of Genes from Garlic (Allium sativum L.). In Studies on Garlic. IntechOpen. Article

Ankri, S., & Mirelman, D. (1999). Antimicrobial properties of allicin from garlic. Microbes and infection1(2), 125-129.  Article

Bakri, I. M., & Douglas, C. W. I. (2005). Inhibitory effect of garlic extract on oral bacteria. Archives of oral biology50(7), 645-651. Abstract

Benkeblia, N. (2004). Antimicrobial activity of essential oil extracts of various onions (Allium cepa) and garlic (Allium sativum). LWT-food science and technology37(2), 263-268. Article

Darwis, M. Z., Yuniati, L., & Arifin, A. F. (2019). Effectiveness of Garlic (Allium sativum) as Antimicrobial Agent against Bacteria Causing Urinary Tract Infection. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology7, 278-281. Article

Delaha, E. C., & Garagusi, V. F. (1985). Inhibition of mycobacteria by garlic extract (Allium sativum). Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy27(4), 485-486. Article

Ghrairi, T., Jaraud, S., Alves, A., Fleury, Y., El Salabi, A., & Chouchani, C. (2019). New Insights into and Updates on Antimicrobial Agents from Natural Products. BioMed research international2019. Article

Harris, J. C., Cottrell, S., Plummer, S., & Lloyd, D. (2001). Antimicrobial properties of Allium sativum (garlic). Applied microbiology and biotechnology57(3), 282-286. Abstract

Hughes, B. G., & Lawson, L. D. (1991). Antimicrobial effects of Allium sativum L.(garlic), Allium ampeloprasum L.(elephant garlic), and Allium cepa L.(onion), garlic compounds and commercial garlic supplement products. Phytotherapy Research5(4), 154-158. Abstract

Elnima, E. I., Ahmed, S. A., Mekkawi, A. G., & Mossa, J. S. (1983). The antimicrobial activity of garlic and onion extracts. Die Pharmazie38(11), 747-748. Article

Iwalokun, B. A., Ogunledun, A., Ogbolu, D. O., Bamiro, S. B., & Jimi-Omojola, J. (2004). In vitro antimicrobial properties of aqueous garlic extract against multidrug-resistant bacteria and Candida species from Nigeria. Journal of medicinal food7(3), 327-333. Article

Koch, H. P., & Lawson, L. D. (1996). Garlic: the science and therapeutic application of Allium sativum L. and related species. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Kannar, D., Wattanapenpaiboon, N., Savige, G. S., & Wahlqvist, M. L. (2001). Hypocholesterolemic effect of an enteric-coated garlic supplement. Journal of the American College of Nutrition20(3), 225-231. Article

Kyung, K. H. (2012). Antimicrobial properties of allium species. Current opinion in biotechnology23(2), 142-147. Abstract

Lawson, L. D., & Gardner, C. D. (2005). Composition, stability, and bioavailability of garlic products used in a clinical trial. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry53(16), 6254-6261. Article

Lawson, L. D. (1998). Garlic: a review of its medicinal effects and indicated active compounds. In ACS Symposium Series(Vol. 691, pp. 176-209). American Chemical Society. Abstract

Lawson, L. D., & Hughes, B. G. (1992). Characterization of the formation of allicin and other thiosulfinates from garlic. Planta Medica58(04), 345-350. Abstract

Lawson, L. D., Wood, S. G., & Hughes, B. G. (1991). HPLC analysis of allicin and other thiosulfinates in garlic clove homogenates. Planta medica57(3), 263. Abstract

Pai, S. T., & Platt, M. W. (1995). Antifungal effects of Allium sativum (garlic) extract against the Aspergillus species involved in otomycosis [ear infection]. Letters in applied microbiology20(1), 14-18. Abstract

Rees, L. P., Minney, S. F., Plummer, N. T., Slater, J. H., & Skyrme, D. A. (1993). A quantitative assessment of the antimicrobial activity of garlic (Allium sativum). World journal of microbiology and biotechnology9(3), 303-307. Abstract

Rios, J. L., & Recio, M. C. (2005). Medicinal plants and antimicrobial activity. Journal of ethnopharmacology100(1-2), 80-84. Article

Ross, Z. M., O'Gara, E. A., Hill, D. J., Sleightholme, H. V., & Maslin, D. J. (2001). Antimicrobial properties of garlic oil against human enteric bacteria: evaluation of methodologies and comparisons with garlic oil sulfides and garlic powder. Appl. Environ. Microbiol.67(1), 475-480. Article

Salehi, B., Zucca, P., Orhan, I. E., Azzini, E., Adetunji, C. O., Mohammed, S. A., ... & Armstrong, L. (2019). Allicin and health: A comprehensive review. Trends in Food Science & Technology. Article

Siddiqui, M. F., & Bano, B. (2019). Probing the binding effects of zinc and cadmium with garlic phytocystatin: Implication of the abiotic stress on garlic phytocystatin. International journal of biological macromolecules133, 945-956. Abstract

Sivam, G. P., Lampe, J. W., Ulness, B., Swanzy, S. R., & Potter, J. D. (1997). Helicobacter pylori—in vitro susceptibility to garlic (Allium sativum) extract. Abstract

Watson, C. J., Grando, D., Fairley, C. K., Chondros, P., Garland, S. M., Myers, S. P., & Pirotta, M. (2014). The effects of oral garlic on vaginal candida colony counts: A randomised placebo controlled double‐blind trial. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology121(4), 498-506. Article

Weber, N. D., Andersen, D. O., North, J. A., Murray, B. K., Lawson, L. D., & Hughes, B. G. (1992). In vitro virucidal effects of Allium sativum (garlic) extract and compounds. Planta medica58(05), 417-423. Abstract

Wilson, E. A., & Demmig-Adams, B. (2007). Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties of garlic and onions. Nutrition & food science37(3), 178-183. Abstract

Yee, M. M. (2019). Investigation of Chemical Composition, Antimicrobial and Antioxidant Activities of Allium Wallichii Kunth (Garlic) Bulb. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences (ASRJETS)54(1), 30-41. Article

Cardiovascular Health

Abebe, W. (2019). Review of herbal medications with the potential to cause bleeding: dental implications, and risk prediction and prevention avenues. EPMA Journal, 1-14.

Ackermann, R. T., Mulrow, C. D., Ramirez, G., Gardner, C. D., Morbidoni, L., & Lawrence, V. A. (2001). Garlic shows promise for improving some cardiovascular risk factors. Archives of Internal Medicine161(6), 813-824. Article

Bhagyalakshmi, N., Thimmaraju, R., Venkatachalam, L., Murthy, K. C., & Sreedhar, R. V. (2005). Nutraceutical applications of garlic and the intervention of biotechnology. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition45(7-8), 607-621.

Block, E. (2010). Garlic and other alliums: The lore and the science. Cambridge, UK: The Royal Society of Chemistry.

Block, E., Naganathan, S., Putman, D., & Zhao, S. H. (1992). Allium chemistry: HPLC analysis of thiosulfinates from onion, garlic, wild garlic (ramsoms), leek, scallion, shallot, elephant (great-headed) garlic, chive, and Chinese chive. Uniquely high allyl to methyl ratios in some garlic samples. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry40(12), 2418-2430. Abstract

Charlson, M., & Mcferren, M. (2007). Garlic: What we know and what we don't know. Archives of internal medicine167(4), 325-326. Abstract

Cruz-Rubio, J., Loeppert, R., Viernstein, H., & Praznik, W. (2018). Trends in the Use of Plant Non-Starch Polysaccharides within Food, Dietary Supplements, and Pharmaceuticals: Beneficial Effects on Regulation and Wellbeing of the Intestinal Tract. Scientia Pharmaceutica86(4), 49. Abstra

Dutta, S., Ali, K. M., Dash, S. K., & Giri, B. (2018). ROLE OF NUTRACEUTICALS ON HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION: A REVIEW. Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics8(4), 42-47.  Article

El Sabban, F. & Abouazra, H. (‎2008)‎. Effect of garlic on atherosclerosis and its factors. EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 14 (‎1)‎, 195-205, 2008. Article

Gardner, C. D., Lawson, L. D., Block, E., Chatterjee, L. M., Kiazand, A., Balise, R. R., & Kraemer, H. C. (2007). Effect of raw garlic vs commercial garlic supplements on plasma lipid concentrations in adults with moderate hypercholesterolemia: a randomized clinical trial. Archives of internal medicine167(4), 346-353. Article

Gardner, C. D., Messina, M., Lawson, L. D., & Farquhar, J. W. (2003). Soy, garlic, and ginkgo biloba: their potential role in cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment. Current atherosclerosis reports5(6), 468-475. Article

Kemper, K. J. (2000). Garlic (Allium sativum). The Longwood Herbal Task Force and the Center for Holistic Pediatric Education and Research49. Article

Kumar, R., & Rizvi, S. I. (2019). The Protective Role of Nutraceuticals and Functional Food in Hyperlipidemia. In Nutraceutical and Functional Foods in Disease Prevention (pp. 233-254). IGI Global. Abstract

Lawson, L. D. (1998). Effect of garlic on serum lipids. Jama280(18), 1568-1568. Abstract

Lawson, L. D., Ransom, D. K., & Hughes, B. G. (1992). Inhibition of whole blood platelet-aggregation by compounds in garlic clove extracts and commercial garlic products. Thrombosis research65(2), 141-156. Abstract

Padiya, R., & K Banerjee, S. (2013). Garlic as an anti-diabetic agent: recent progress andpatent reviews. Recent patents on food, nutrition & agriculture5(2), 105-127. Abstract

Pinilla, C. M. B., Thys, R. C. S., & Brandelli, A. (2019). Antifungal properties of phosphatidylcholine-oleic acid liposomes encapsulating garlic against environmental fungal in wheat bread. International journal of food microbiology293, 72-78. Abstract

Ried, K. (2016). Garlic lowers blood pressure in hypertensive individuals, regulates serum cholesterol, and stimulates immunity: an updated meta-analysis and review. The Journal of nutrition146(2), 389S-396S. Article

Tattelman, E. (2005). Health effects of garlic. Am Fam Physician72(1), 103-6. Article

Woodbury, A., & Sniecinski, R. (2016). Garlic-induced surgical bleeding: how much is too much?. A&A Practice7(12), 266-269. Article

Zhang, Y., Xu, L., Ding, M., Su, G., & Zhao, Y. (2019). Anti-obesity effect of garlic oil on obese rats via Shenque point administration. Journal of ethnopharmacology231, 486-493. Abstract

Heavy Metal Detox Agent

Abdalla, F. H., Bellé, L. P., De Bona, K. S., Bitencourt, P. E. R., Pigatto, A. S., & Moretto, M. B. (2010). Allium sativum L. extract prevents methyl mercury-induced cytotoxicity in peripheral blood leukocytes (LS

Amadi, C. N., Offor, S. J., Frazzoli, C., & Orisakwe, O. E. (2019). Natural antidotes and management of metal toxicity. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-21. Abstract

Bellé, L. P., De Bona, K. S., Abdalla, F. H., Pimentel, V. C., Pigatto, A. S., & Moretto, M. B. (2009). Comparative evaluation of adenosine deaminase activity in cerebral cortex and hippocampus of young and adult rats: effect of garlic extract (Allium sativum L.) on their susceptibility to heavy metal exposure. Basic & clinical pharmacology & toxicology104(5), 408-413. Article

Chung, R. T. M. (2017). Detoxification effects of phytonutrients against environmental toxicants and sharing of clinical experience on practical applications. Environmental Science and Pollution Research24(10), 8946-8956. Abstract

Hanafy, M. S., Shalaby, S. M., El-Fouly, M. A., Abd, M. E. A., & Soliman, F. A. (1994). Effect of garlic on lead contents in chicken tissues. DTW. Deutsche tierarztliche Wochenschrift101(4), 157-158. Abtract

El-Sebaey, A. M., Abdelhamid, F. M., & Abdalla, O. A. (2019). Protective effects of garlic extract against hematological alterations, immunosuppression, hepatic oxidative stress, and renal damage induced by cyclophosphamide in rats. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-14. Abstract

Isaac Eliaz, M. D. (2013). MINDING Your MERCURY: Solutions to Mercury Toxicity. Alternative Medicine, (13), 44.

Kianoush, S., Balali‐Mood, M., Mousavi, S. R., Moradi, V., Sadeghi, M., Dadpour, B., ... & Shakeri, M. T. (2012). Comparison of Therapeutic Effects of Garlic and d‐Penicillamine in Patients with Chronic Occupational Lead Poisoning. Basic & clinical pharmacology & toxicology110(5), 476-481. Article

Melino, S., Sabelli, R., & Paci, M. (2011). Allyl sulfur compounds and cellular detoxification system: effects and perspectives in cancer therapy. Amino acids41(1), 103-112. Article

Massadeh, A. M., Al-Safi, S. A., Momani, I. F., Alomary, A. A., Jaradat, Q. M., & AlKofahi, A. S. (2007). Garlic (Allium sativum L.) as a potential antidote for cadmium and lead intoxication: cadmium and lead distribution and analysis in different mice organs. Biological trace element research120(1-3), 227-234. Article

Nepravishta, R., Sabelli, R., Iorio, E., Micheli, L., Paci, M., & Melino, S. (2012). Oxidative species and S‐glutathionyl conjugates in the apoptosis induction by allyl thiosulfate. The FEBS journal279(1), 154-167. Article

Percival, M. (1997). Phytonutrients and detoxification. Clinical nutrition insights5(2), 1-4. Article

Senapati, S. K., Dey, S., Dwivedi, S. K., & Swarup, D. (2001). Effect of garlic (Allium sativum L.) extract on tissue lead level in rats. Journal of Ethnopharmacology76(3), 229-232. Abstract

Suru, S. M. (2008). Onion and garlic extracts lessen cadmium-induced nephrotoxicity in rats. Biometals21(6), 623-633. Abstract

Susan, A., Rajendran, K., Sathyasivam, K., & Krishnan, U. M. (2019). An overview of plant-based interventions to ameliorate arsenic toxicity. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy109, 838-852. Article

Support During Cancer Therapy

Ajami, M., & Vazirijavid, R. (2019). Garlic (Allium sativum L.). In Nonvitamin and Nonmineral Nutritional Supplements (pp. 227-234). Academic Press. Abstract

Arbach, M., Santana, T. M., Moxham, H., Tinson, R., Anwar, A., Groom, M., & Hamilton, C. J. (2019). Antimicrobial garlic-derived diallyl polysulfanes: Interactions with biological thiols in Bacillus subtilis. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-General Subjects. Abstract

Arya, R., & Saldanha, S. N. (2019). Dietary Phytochemicals, Epigenetics, and Colon Cancer Chemoprevention. In Epigenetics of Cancer Prevention (pp. 205-229). Academic Press. Abstract

Cao, H. X., Zhu, K. X., Fan, J. G., & Qiao, L. (2014). Garlic-derived allyl sulfides in cancer therapy. Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry (Formerly Current Medicinal Chemistry-Anti-Cancer Agents)14(6), 793-799. Abstract

Gioia, M. L. (2019). Synthesis and preliminary evaluation of the anti-cancer activity on A549 lung cancer cells of a series of unsaturated disulfides. MedChemComm10(1), 116-119. Article

Gruhlke, M. C., Antelmann, H., Bernhardt, J., Kloubert, V., Rink, L., & Slusarenko, A. J. (2019). The human allicin-proteome: S-thin and its biological effects. Free Radical Biology and Medicine131, 144-153. Article

Hashemi, S. A., Ghorbanoghli, S., Manouchehri, A. A., & Hatkehlouei, M. B. (2019). Pharmacological effect of Allium sativum on oagulation, blood pressure, diabetic nephropathy, neurological disorders, spermatogenesis, antibacterial effects. Article

Lau, B. H., Tadi, P. P., & Tosk, J. M. (1990). Allium sativum (garlic) and cancer prevention. Nutrition research10(8), 937-948. Article

Melino, S., Sabelli, R., & Paci, M. (2011). Allyl sulfur compounds and cellular detoxification system: effects and perspectives in cancer therapy. Amino acids41(1), 103-112. Article

Nepravishta, R., Sabelli, R., Iorio, E., Micheli, L., Paci, M., & Melino, S. (2012). Oxidative species and S‐glutathionyl conjugates in the apoptosis induction by allyl thiosulfate. The FEBS journal279(1), 154-167. Article

Romagnolo, D. F., Davis, C. D., & Milner, J. A. (2012). Phytoalexins in cancer prevention. Frontiers in bioscience (Landmark edition)17, 2035-2058. Abstract

Shastri, A. A., & Spallholz, J. E. (2019). Catalytic Generation of Superoxide by Different Alcohols. Free Radicals & Antioxidants9(1). Article

SINGH, A., MASOODI, M., NABI, N., & ASHRAF, I. (2019). MEDICINAL PLANTS AS COMBATING STRATEGY AGAINST CANCER: A REVIEW. Cancer7(04). Article

Singh, R., & Singh, K. (2019). Garlic: A spice with wide medicinal actions. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry8(1), 1349-1355. Article

Waly, M. I., & Rahman, M. S. (2018). Garlic Preventive Effect on Cancer Development. In Bioactive Components, Diet and Medical Treatment in Cancer Prevention (pp. 89-95). Springer, Cham. Abstract

Wu, D. D., Wang, D. Y., Li, H. M., Guo, J. C., Duan, S. F., & Ji, X. Y. (2019). Hydrogen Sulfide as a Novel Regulatory Factor in Liver Health and Disease. Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity2019. Article

Yi, L. V., Kwok-Fai, S. O., Nai-Kei, W. O. N. G., & Jia, X. I. A. O. (2019). Anti-cancer activities of S-allylmercaptocysteine from aged garlic. Chinese journal of natural medicines17(1), 43-49. Abstract

One Vegetarian Capsule Contains:
Garlic Bulb 400mg Freeze-dried, organic Allium sativum L. 
Alliin 11mg (Allicin potential 5mg) 

Other ingredients: cellulose & water (capsule shell)

GARLIC, ORGANIC — The Garlic is designed to offer a potent antimicrobial support.*

Antimicrobial: Garlic offers a broad-spectrum antimicrobial for GI pathogenic infections from bacteria to viruses to yeast/mold and Protozoa (i.e., giardia, Cryptosporidium, amoebae, H. pylori, and more). Take 1-2 capsules once or twice a day. Each capsule has five garlic cloves.*

Cold/Flu: Take 1-2 garlic capsules at the onset of a cold or flu, twice a day. For sore throat, open 1-2 capsule in a cup of water, mix and let it ‘react’ to create the antimicrobial allicin. Drink slowly. Add to the water 1 teaspoon of Original for added immune boosting nutrients.*

Immune support: Take 1 capsule of garlic a day. Add 1 teaspoon of Original, dissolve in mouth.*

Heart health: take 1 capsule a day to boost heart health.*

DNA integrity: Garlic is shown to support DNA integrity against carcinogens. Take also during cancer treatment to support cells and DNA integrity. *

Our Favorite: As a powerful antimicrobial, the Garlic is so useful. We find that one capsule added to our salad dressings, sprinkled on our veggies, and added to soups (after taken off the heat) helps keep our immune system happy.*

Description 

Pure High Actives organic garlic. QAI Certified. Exceptionally potent 26,800 ppm alliin (the industry standard for high potency is 10,000 ppm alliin). Advanced air/belt dying technology. No excipients. 60 capsule per bottle. 500 mg per vegetarian capsule.

  • Green Technology and Patented Technology for highest phytonutrient potential.
  • QAI certified raw organic garlic, Advanced Sublimation Technology. 26,800 ppm alliin content (industry standard for high potency is 10,000 ppm).
  • Historical data:
    • First recorded 5000 BC - Sumerians of Mesopotamia.
    • Hippocrates 400 BC - infections, digestive problems and cancer.
    • Dioscorides 100 BC - infections, clearing arteries and Leprosy.
    • Louis Pasteur 1858 - scientific proof that garlic kills germs.
    • Known in WWII as the "Russian Penicillin".
  • Allicin in garlic is a broad-spectrum antimicrobial: anti bacterial, viral, fungal and protozoal.
  • Garlic in low doses stimulates the immune system by increasing numbers of lymphocytes, phagocytosis and natural killer cell activity.
  • Reduces elevated serum lipid levels- triglycerides and cholesterol.
  • Reduces platelet aggregation and thrombus formation.
  • Increases blood flow of erythrocytes through capillaries and decreases plasma viscosity.
  • Exerts a mild hypotensive effect.
  • Decreases incidences of gastrointestinal cancers.
  • Clinically is used to chelate mercury interstitially.
  • No fillers, flowing agents or excipients of any kind.

Research

FOOD SCIENCE: THE APPLICATION AND USE OF Garlic.*

Antimicrobial

Abbas, H. M. K., Kong, X., Wu, J., Ali, M., & Dong, W. (2019). Antimicrobial Potential of Genes from Garlic (Allium sativum L.). In Studies on Garlic. IntechOpen. Article

Ankri, S., & Mirelman, D. (1999). Antimicrobial properties of allicin from garlic. Microbes and infection1(2), 125-129.  Article

Bakri, I. M., & Douglas, C. W. I. (2005). Inhibitory effect of garlic extract on oral bacteria. Archives of oral biology50(7), 645-651. Abstract

Benkeblia, N. (2004). Antimicrobial activity of essential oil extracts of various onions (Allium cepa) and garlic (Allium sativum). LWT-food science and technology37(2), 263-268. Article

Darwis, M. Z., Yuniati, L., & Arifin, A. F. (2019). Effectiveness of Garlic (Allium sativum) as Antimicrobial Agent against Bacteria Causing Urinary Tract Infection. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology7, 278-281. Article

Delaha, E. C., & Garagusi, V. F. (1985). Inhibition of mycobacteria by garlic extract (Allium sativum). Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy27(4), 485-486. Article

Ghrairi, T., Jaraud, S., Alves, A., Fleury, Y., El Salabi, A., & Chouchani, C. (2019). New Insights into and Updates on Antimicrobial Agents from Natural Products. BioMed research international2019. Article

Harris, J. C., Cottrell, S., Plummer, S., & Lloyd, D. (2001). Antimicrobial properties of Allium sativum (garlic). Applied microbiology and biotechnology57(3), 282-286. Abstract

Hughes, B. G., & Lawson, L. D. (1991). Antimicrobial effects of Allium sativum L.(garlic), Allium ampeloprasum L.(elephant garlic), and Allium cepa L.(onion), garlic compounds and commercial garlic supplement products. Phytotherapy Research5(4), 154-158. Abstract

Elnima, E. I., Ahmed, S. A., Mekkawi, A. G., & Mossa, J. S. (1983). The antimicrobial activity of garlic and onion extracts. Die Pharmazie38(11), 747-748. Article

Iwalokun, B. A., Ogunledun, A., Ogbolu, D. O., Bamiro, S. B., & Jimi-Omojola, J. (2004). In vitro antimicrobial properties of aqueous garlic extract against multidrug-resistant bacteria and Candida species from Nigeria. Journal of medicinal food7(3), 327-333. Article

Koch, H. P., & Lawson, L. D. (1996). Garlic: the science and therapeutic application of Allium sativum L. and related species. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Kannar, D., Wattanapenpaiboon, N., Savige, G. S., & Wahlqvist, M. L. (2001). Hypocholesterolemic effect of an enteric-coated garlic supplement. Journal of the American College of Nutrition20(3), 225-231. Article

Kyung, K. H. (2012). Antimicrobial properties of allium species. Current opinion in biotechnology23(2), 142-147. Abstract

Lawson, L. D., & Gardner, C. D. (2005). Composition, stability, and bioavailability of garlic products used in a clinical trial. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry53(16), 6254-6261. Article

Lawson, L. D. (1998). Garlic: a review of its medicinal effects and indicated active compounds. In ACS Symposium Series(Vol. 691, pp. 176-209). American Chemical Society. Abstract

Lawson, L. D., & Hughes, B. G. (1992). Characterization of the formation of allicin and other thiosulfinates from garlic. Planta Medica58(04), 345-350. Abstract

Lawson, L. D., Wood, S. G., & Hughes, B. G. (1991). HPLC analysis of allicin and other thiosulfinates in garlic clove homogenates. Planta medica57(3), 263. Abstract

Pai, S. T., & Platt, M. W. (1995). Antifungal effects of Allium sativum (garlic) extract against the Aspergillus species involved in otomycosis [ear infection]. Letters in applied microbiology20(1), 14-18. Abstract

Rees, L. P., Minney, S. F., Plummer, N. T., Slater, J. H., & Skyrme, D. A. (1993). A quantitative assessment of the antimicrobial activity of garlic (Allium sativum). World journal of microbiology and biotechnology9(3), 303-307. Abstract

Rios, J. L., & Recio, M. C. (2005). Medicinal plants and antimicrobial activity. Journal of ethnopharmacology100(1-2), 80-84. Article

Ross, Z. M., O'Gara, E. A., Hill, D. J., Sleightholme, H. V., & Maslin, D. J. (2001). Antimicrobial properties of garlic oil against human enteric bacteria: evaluation of methodologies and comparisons with garlic oil sulfides and garlic powder. Appl. Environ. Microbiol.67(1), 475-480. Article

Salehi, B., Zucca, P., Orhan, I. E., Azzini, E., Adetunji, C. O., Mohammed, S. A., ... & Armstrong, L. (2019). Allicin and health: A comprehensive review. Trends in Food Science & Technology. Article

Siddiqui, M. F., & Bano, B. (2019). Probing the binding effects of zinc and cadmium with garlic phytocystatin: Implication of the abiotic stress on garlic phytocystatin. International journal of biological macromolecules133, 945-956. Abstract

Sivam, G. P., Lampe, J. W., Ulness, B., Swanzy, S. R., & Potter, J. D. (1997). Helicobacter pylori—in vitro susceptibility to garlic (Allium sativum) extract. Abstract

Watson, C. J., Grando, D., Fairley, C. K., Chondros, P., Garland, S. M., Myers, S. P., & Pirotta, M. (2014). The effects of oral garlic on vaginal candida colony counts: A randomised placebo controlled double‐blind trial. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology121(4), 498-506. Article

Weber, N. D., Andersen, D. O., North, J. A., Murray, B. K., Lawson, L. D., & Hughes, B. G. (1992). In vitro virucidal effects of Allium sativum (garlic) extract and compounds. Planta medica58(05), 417-423. Abstract

Wilson, E. A., & Demmig-Adams, B. (2007). Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties of garlic and onions. Nutrition & food science37(3), 178-183. Abstract

Yee, M. M. (2019). Investigation of Chemical Composition, Antimicrobial and Antioxidant Activities of Allium Wallichii Kunth (Garlic) Bulb. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences (ASRJETS)54(1), 30-41. Article

Cardiovascular Health

Abebe, W. (2019). Review of herbal medications with the potential to cause bleeding: dental implications, and risk prediction and prevention avenues. EPMA Journal, 1-14.

Ackermann, R. T., Mulrow, C. D., Ramirez, G., Gardner, C. D., Morbidoni, L., & Lawrence, V. A. (2001). Garlic shows promise for improving some cardiovascular risk factors. Archives of Internal Medicine161(6), 813-824. Article

Bhagyalakshmi, N., Thimmaraju, R., Venkatachalam, L., Murthy, K. C., & Sreedhar, R. V. (2005). Nutraceutical applications of garlic and the intervention of biotechnology. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition45(7-8), 607-621.

Block, E. (2010). Garlic and other alliums: The lore and the science. Cambridge, UK: The Royal Society of Chemistry.

Block, E., Naganathan, S., Putman, D., & Zhao, S. H. (1992). Allium chemistry: HPLC analysis of thiosulfinates from onion, garlic, wild garlic (ramsoms), leek, scallion, shallot, elephant (great-headed) garlic, chive, and Chinese chive. Uniquely high allyl to methyl ratios in some garlic samples. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry40(12), 2418-2430. Abstract

Charlson, M., & Mcferren, M. (2007). Garlic: What we know and what we don't know. Archives of internal medicine167(4), 325-326. Abstract

Cruz-Rubio, J., Loeppert, R., Viernstein, H., & Praznik, W. (2018). Trends in the Use of Plant Non-Starch Polysaccharides within Food, Dietary Supplements, and Pharmaceuticals: Beneficial Effects on Regulation and Wellbeing of the Intestinal Tract. Scientia Pharmaceutica86(4), 49. Abstra

Dutta, S., Ali, K. M., Dash, S. K., & Giri, B. (2018). ROLE OF NUTRACEUTICALS ON HEALTH PROMOTION AND DISEASE PREVENTION: A REVIEW. Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics8(4), 42-47.  Article

El Sabban, F. & Abouazra, H. (‎2008)‎. Effect of garlic on atherosclerosis and its factors. EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 14 (‎1)‎, 195-205, 2008. Article

Gardner, C. D., Lawson, L. D., Block, E., Chatterjee, L. M., Kiazand, A., Balise, R. R., & Kraemer, H. C. (2007). Effect of raw garlic vs commercial garlic supplements on plasma lipid concentrations in adults with moderate hypercholesterolemia: a randomized clinical trial. Archives of internal medicine167(4), 346-353. Article

Gardner, C. D., Messina, M., Lawson, L. D., & Farquhar, J. W. (2003). Soy, garlic, and ginkgo biloba: their potential role in cardiovascular disease prevention and treatment. Current atherosclerosis reports5(6), 468-475. Article

Kemper, K. J. (2000). Garlic (Allium sativum). The Longwood Herbal Task Force and the Center for Holistic Pediatric Education and Research49. Article

Kumar, R., & Rizvi, S. I. (2019). The Protective Role of Nutraceuticals and Functional Food in Hyperlipidemia. In Nutraceutical and Functional Foods in Disease Prevention (pp. 233-254). IGI Global. Abstract

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Lawson, L. D., Ransom, D. K., & Hughes, B. G. (1992). Inhibition of whole blood platelet-aggregation by compounds in garlic clove extracts and commercial garlic products. Thrombosis research65(2), 141-156. Abstract

Padiya, R., & K Banerjee, S. (2013). Garlic as an anti-diabetic agent: recent progress andpatent reviews. Recent patents on food, nutrition & agriculture5(2), 105-127. Abstract

Pinilla, C. M. B., Thys, R. C. S., & Brandelli, A. (2019). Antifungal properties of phosphatidylcholine-oleic acid liposomes encapsulating garlic against environmental fungal in wheat bread. International journal of food microbiology293, 72-78. Abstract

Ried, K. (2016). Garlic lowers blood pressure in hypertensive individuals, regulates serum cholesterol, and stimulates immunity: an updated meta-analysis and review. The Journal of nutrition146(2), 389S-396S. Article

Tattelman, E. (2005). Health effects of garlic. Am Fam Physician72(1), 103-6. Article

Woodbury, A., & Sniecinski, R. (2016). Garlic-induced surgical bleeding: how much is too much?. A&A Practice7(12), 266-269. Article

Zhang, Y., Xu, L., Ding, M., Su, G., & Zhao, Y. (2019). Anti-obesity effect of garlic oil on obese rats via Shenque point administration. Journal of ethnopharmacology231, 486-493. Abstract

Heavy Metal Detox Agent

Abdalla, F. H., Bellé, L. P., De Bona, K. S., Bitencourt, P. E. R., Pigatto, A. S., & Moretto, M. B. (2010). Allium sativum L. extract prevents methyl mercury-induced cytotoxicity in peripheral blood leukocytes (LS

Amadi, C. N., Offor, S. J., Frazzoli, C., & Orisakwe, O. E. (2019). Natural antidotes and management of metal toxicity. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-21. Abstract

Bellé, L. P., De Bona, K. S., Abdalla, F. H., Pimentel, V. C., Pigatto, A. S., & Moretto, M. B. (2009). Comparative evaluation of adenosine deaminase activity in cerebral cortex and hippocampus of young and adult rats: effect of garlic extract (Allium sativum L.) on their susceptibility to heavy metal exposure. Basic & clinical pharmacology & toxicology104(5), 408-413. Article

Chung, R. T. M. (2017). Detoxification effects of phytonutrients against environmental toxicants and sharing of clinical experience on practical applications. Environmental Science and Pollution Research24(10), 8946-8956. Abstract

Hanafy, M. S., Shalaby, S. M., El-Fouly, M. A., Abd, M. E. A., & Soliman, F. A. (1994). Effect of garlic on lead contents in chicken tissues. DTW. Deutsche tierarztliche Wochenschrift101(4), 157-158. Abtract

El-Sebaey, A. M., Abdelhamid, F. M., & Abdalla, O. A. (2019). Protective effects of garlic extract against hematological alterations, immunosuppression, hepatic oxidative stress, and renal damage induced by cyclophosphamide in rats. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-14. Abstract

Isaac Eliaz, M. D. (2013). MINDING Your MERCURY: Solutions to Mercury Toxicity. Alternative Medicine, (13), 44.

Kianoush, S., Balali‐Mood, M., Mousavi, S. R., Moradi, V., Sadeghi, M., Dadpour, B., ... & Shakeri, M. T. (2012). Comparison of Therapeutic Effects of Garlic and d‐Penicillamine in Patients with Chronic Occupational Lead Poisoning. Basic & clinical pharmacology & toxicology110(5), 476-481. Article

Melino, S., Sabelli, R., & Paci, M. (2011). Allyl sulfur compounds and cellular detoxification system: effects and perspectives in cancer therapy. Amino acids41(1), 103-112. Article

Massadeh, A. M., Al-Safi, S. A., Momani, I. F., Alomary, A. A., Jaradat, Q. M., & AlKofahi, A. S. (2007). Garlic (Allium sativum L.) as a potential antidote for cadmium and lead intoxication: cadmium and lead distribution and analysis in different mice organs. Biological trace element research120(1-3), 227-234. Article

Nepravishta, R., Sabelli, R., Iorio, E., Micheli, L., Paci, M., & Melino, S. (2012). Oxidative species and S‐glutathionyl conjugates in the apoptosis induction by allyl thiosulfate. The FEBS journal279(1), 154-167. Article

Percival, M. (1997). Phytonutrients and detoxification. Clinical nutrition insights5(2), 1-4. Article

Senapati, S. K., Dey, S., Dwivedi, S. K., & Swarup, D. (2001). Effect of garlic (Allium sativum L.) extract on tissue lead level in rats. Journal of Ethnopharmacology76(3), 229-232. Abstract

Suru, S. M. (2008). Onion and garlic extracts lessen cadmium-induced nephrotoxicity in rats. Biometals21(6), 623-633. Abstract

Susan, A., Rajendran, K., Sathyasivam, K., & Krishnan, U. M. (2019). An overview of plant-based interventions to ameliorate arsenic toxicity. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy109, 838-852. Article

Support During Cancer Therapy

Ajami, M., & Vazirijavid, R. (2019). Garlic (Allium sativum L.). In Nonvitamin and Nonmineral Nutritional Supplements (pp. 227-234). Academic Press. Abstract

Arbach, M., Santana, T. M., Moxham, H., Tinson, R., Anwar, A., Groom, M., & Hamilton, C. J. (2019). Antimicrobial garlic-derived diallyl polysulfanes: Interactions with biological thiols in Bacillus subtilis. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-General Subjects. Abstract

Arya, R., & Saldanha, S. N. (2019). Dietary Phytochemicals, Epigenetics, and Colon Cancer Chemoprevention. In Epigenetics of Cancer Prevention (pp. 205-229). Academic Press. Abstract

Cao, H. X., Zhu, K. X., Fan, J. G., & Qiao, L. (2014). Garlic-derived allyl sulfides in cancer therapy. Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry (Formerly Current Medicinal Chemistry-Anti-Cancer Agents)14(6), 793-799. Abstract

Gioia, M. L. (2019). Synthesis and preliminary evaluation of the anti-cancer activity on A549 lung cancer cells of a series of unsaturated disulfides. MedChemComm10(1), 116-119. Article

Gruhlke, M. C., Antelmann, H., Bernhardt, J., Kloubert, V., Rink, L., & Slusarenko, A. J. (2019). The human allicin-proteome: S-thin and its biological effects. Free Radical Biology and Medicine131, 144-153. Article

Hashemi, S. A., Ghorbanoghli, S., Manouchehri, A. A., & Hatkehlouei, M. B. (2019). Pharmacological effect of Allium sativum on oagulation, blood pressure, diabetic nephropathy, neurological disorders, spermatogenesis, antibacterial effects. Article

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Ingredients

One Vegetarian Capsule Contains:
Garlic Bulb 400mg Freeze-dried, organic Allium sativum L. 
Alliin 11mg (Allicin potential 5mg) 

Other ingredients: cellulose & water (capsule shell)

Protocol

GARLIC, ORGANIC — The Garlic is designed to offer a potent antimicrobial support.*

Antimicrobial: Garlic offers a broad-spectrum antimicrobial for GI pathogenic infections from bacteria to viruses to yeast/mold and Protozoa (i.e., giardia, Cryptosporidium, amoebae, H. pylori, and more). Take 1-2 capsules once or twice a day. Each capsule has five garlic cloves.*

Cold/Flu: Take 1-2 garlic capsules at the onset of a cold or flu, twice a day. For sore throat, open 1-2 capsule in a cup of water, mix and let it ‘react’ to create the antimicrobial allicin. Drink slowly. Add to the water 1 teaspoon of Original for added immune boosting nutrients.*

Immune support: Take 1 capsule of garlic a day. Add 1 teaspoon of Original, dissolve in mouth.*

Heart health: take 1 capsule a day to boost heart health.*

DNA integrity: Garlic is shown to support DNA integrity against carcinogens. Take also during cancer treatment to support cells and DNA integrity. *

Our Favorite: As a powerful antimicrobial, the Garlic is so useful. We find that one capsule added to our salad dressings, sprinkled on our veggies, and added to soups (after taken off the heat) helps keep our immune system happy.*

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