Dried Chopped Garlic
Allium sativum, usually known as garlic, is a type in the onion genus, mamed as Allium. Onion, leek, chive, shallot are the close relatives of it. With a continuum of many thousand years of human use and consumption it is native to the location between the Mediterranean and China. Best-known to Ancient Egyptians, it has been utilized both as the food flavoring and as the traditional medication due to its pungent flavor. Chopped Garlic is a central ingredient in most dishes of different regions, including South Asia, Southeast Asia, Eastern Asia, northern Africa, southern Europe, the Middle East, and also in the parts of Central and South America. The flavor alters in strength and aroma with the various cooking methods. It is often mated with tomato, onion or ginger. Used for the ingestion (raw or cooked) or for medicinal functions, Chopped Garlic has a spicy flavor, which sweetens and mellows well with cooking. It is best known to for its anti-viral properties.
The anti-bacterial properties make it a marvelous treatment for coughing and some other throat irritations, useful in bronchitis asthama, fever, vititated state of "kapha" and "vata" cough, whooping cough.
Used to reduce the severeness of top respiratory tract infections, remedy for facial dysfunction and constipation.
Used by certain patients for regulating blood sugar levels and increasing the discharge of insulin in diabetics, lowers the cholesterol levels as well as arterial plaque placement.
The analgesic, antibacterial and anesthetizing properties of the properties can help in curing toothaches.
It has ability to fight against infections and bacterias, effective remedy for bumps and some other skin problems.
Added to salamis, chicken, terrines, salad dressings, shellfish, pesto, soups, sauces, pasta, vegetables etc.
BOTANICAL NAME: Allium sativum
The essential oil acquired from the stalk, incorporates diallyl disulphide (6%) allyl propyl disulphide (6%), allicin and some other sulphur compounds.
Bulblets: are sweet astringent, aolegenous, aphrodiasic, salty thermogenic, acrid bitter, aperient anodyne, expectorant, anthelmintic.