Many Cultures have used the healing properties of Garlic for Centuries
For thousands of years, cultures from Siberia to the Pacific Islands have used the healing properties of Garlic. The Grandmothers of these cultures have been known to prescribe Garlic for everything under the sun. Now it has been confirmed by science that Garlic has amazing healing abilities. Dr. Fred Schofield, of Atlas Chiropractic in Northwest Phoenix, has completed over 25 years of research in natural cures and enjoys teaching his patients simple ways to stay healthy.
Garlic was called Russian Penicillin during World War II
Russia treated garlic like gold during World War II. When the Russians and British ran out of Penicillin to treat war wounds, they asked their citizens to hand over their garlic to the military. Garlic was then made into a paste and applied to open wounds. Garlic proved to be effective in reducing infections and was used to save the lives of thousands. Louis Pastuer, the father of antibiotics, confirmed how Garlic kills bacteria in his early 1900’s research.
Everyone Around the World Agrees on Garlic
Garlic is one of the few herbs that is grown nearly everywhere on the planet. Grandmothers have been using it to prevent and cure disease for thousands of years. From the frigid cold of Siberia, to warm island breezes all Grandmothers agree on the healing benefits of Garlic and now scientists do too.
Scientists Prove Garlic Does a Body Good
Garlic has been confirmed as anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and acts as an insecticide. It has been shown to help with heart disease, cancer, arteriosclerosis, high cholesterol, middle ear infection pain and many more symptoms. Raw garlic has been shown to be more effective than cooked or processed garlic. Also, the process of making odorless garlic (http://www.walgreens.com/store/c/nature%27s-bounty-odorless-garlic-1000-mg-dietary-supplement-softgels/ID=prod2497538-product) causes some of the effectiveness to be lost.
Call Atlas Chiropractic for a Consultation Today !
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Little things like using garlic in your kitchen daily and keeping it in your medicine cabinet can go a long way to maintaining you and your family’s health. Dr. Fred Schofield can help you set a road map to health. Call 1-602- 938-8868 today for a health performance evaluation.