My article on easy juicing tips was published by DoYouYoga.com this morning.
In ancient Greek history, garlic was often called "scorodon", which roughly translates to "stinking rose". It has been grown for thousands of years and used in abundantly various ways. The Greeks used it to distract evil spirits, demons and vampires. The Egyptians fed it to their slaves to ward off illness and increase strength. Hippocrates recommended it to heal wounds and infectious diseases.
History and science dictates that garlic is a Protector. Looking at its natural properties, no wonder the bulb holds so much power. Allicin (the oily liquid inside the cloves) gives the strong odor and taste, and it's a hardy plant that grows within the safe-haven of the cool, damp ground.
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