Scientifically referred to as Allium satvium, garlic is a relative of the onion family, member of the lily family and one of the most widespread ingredients used in the world. Grown mostly in the regions of tropics, garlic is packed with both culinary and medical benefits. The vegetable’s rich antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral qualities make it a natural healing agent. It produces a substance known as allicin, which is an ancestor of sulfur. Besides its high sulfur content, garlic also contains selenium, flavonoids, and the amino acid arginine, which are a kind of phytochemical – compounds produced by plants – which are also really good for your health.
- Serving Size1 Softgel
- Calories from Fat0
- Food ComponentAmount/Serving% Daily Value*
- Garlic (Allium sativum)(bulb) (from 2 mg of a 500:1 concentrate, equivalent to 1,000 mg of fresh Garlic Bulb)1000 mg