Garlic is regarded as one of the most effective natural remedies, believed to be even more powerful from prescribed antibiotics. In order to be as effective as it can get, it is important to consume garlic on an empty stomach. Scientific research has shown that the human body is better protected when garlic is consumed in the morning, before having breakfast, because with this healthy routine its antibacterial properties increase.


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In addition to its basic functions, which include protection against fungi, bacteria and infection, there is another one, lesser known to people, but as effective and beneficial to our health as the aforementioned.

Garlic can help successfully treat warts, caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). Namely, when warts appear, it signifies that the virus has entered thru a tiny cut in your skin. And, just by putting a garlic plaster right on the place infected with the warts, you’ll help that part of the skin heal and get rid of the unwanted warts.

What you should do is take a bulb of garlic and peel a few cloves. Mince the cloves and apply them on a clean plaster. Stick the prepared garlic plaster on the affected skin area that you have previously washed with a mild soap, and leave it for 6 to 8 hours, which is enough time for the garlic to penetrate the skin and start working. Change the plaster afterwards. In fact, you need to change the plaster regularly, for a period of two weeks, in order to achieve the much wanted results.

In addition to the above, we would like to point out that garlic has more than 400 active ingredients, including vitamins A, B1, B2, and C, dietary fiber, amino acids, essential oils, vegetable fats, enzymes, and minerals like iron, iodine, calcium, potassium, sulfur, selenium and phosphorus. Hence, it can only do you good!