Therapeutic care value of garlic

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Garlic cultivation has a long history. It has been published for more than 2,000 years. It was brought back to the China mainland by Zhangqian,  a messenger of the Western Han Dynasty. Because it is bigger than the ordinary garlic in the mainland at that time, it is called garlic. Garlic has a long history of eating and treating diseases in both China and abroad, and it is known as 'penicillin growing in the ground'.

Garlic is used for healing and fitness, dating back more than 5,000 years. According to legend, ancient Roman doctors used garlic to treat soldiers' stomach and respiratory diseases. Ancient Greek athletes also like to eat a lot of garlic to enhance their physical strength and endurance. Ancient Northern European pirates also stored large amounts of garlic for consumption at sea to prevent disease. Indian doctors also recommended to stage artists that eating garlic can increase intelligence and make the voices bright and round; Britain also used tons of garlic to treat soldiers' wounds and epidemics. The effect of garlic may be more than we think...