Description of Garlic Oil & Parsley Seed Oil Odorless 100 softgels from Source Naturals
Garlic Oil & Parsley Seed Oil
Tasteless and Odorless
Garlic and its key constituents have been the subject of hundreds of scientific
studies, which have demonstrated that
- garlic oil supports the immune system,
- garlic oil helps maintain cholesterol levels already in the normal range,
- garlic oil promotes a healthy circulatory system by inhibiting platelet
Throughout history, many different cultures have appreciated garlic for its
wide range of benefits. It has been used as a food, spice, and in folk tradition.
Garlic was part of a daily ration given to strengthen the pyramid builders of
ancient Egypt. Early Romans gave their soldiers garlic for courage. Today, garlic
supplements are among the most popular nutrients for health-conscious people.
And for good reason: ongoing research is exploring the many health benefits
of garlic, benefits known by our ancestors for centuries. In fact, a 1978 survey
of 8,500 centenarians (by the National Institute of Aging) found garlic to be
one of the preferred foods in the majority of their diets.
Considerable research is being directed toward unraveling the mysteries of garlic
(Allium sativum). Numerous studies are indicating that garlic may enhance our
health in many ways. One of nature's most potent plants, garlic is known to
help strengthen the body's natural defenses and maintain normal cholesterol
levels. It's also valued for its cleansing and protective action in the intestines,
where it can help increase and support the body's population of friendly flora.
Garlic and the Circulatory System
Garlic is beneficial to our circulatory system. It is a strong antioxidant that
inhibits lipid peroxidation by scavenging free radicals in the bloodstream.
Studies have reported that standardized garlic supplements may help maintain
normal cholesterol levels.
One of garlic's most important actions is its positive effect on blood platelets.
Platelets are the components in blood that clump together to stop the bleeding
when you cut yourself, but not when blood is normally flowing through an undamaged
blood vessel. The typical, nutrient-poor, high-fat Western diet - as well as
alcohol and various prescription drugs - can cause platelets to clump together
and plug up small blood vessels. According to recent scientific research, garlic
can reduce "platelet aggregation."
Serving Size: 2 softgels
Parsley Seed Oil 2 mg
Garlic Oil 0.4 mg
Other Ingredients: gelatin (capsule), soybean oil, glycerin, and purified water.
Warning: If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your health care professional
before using Garlic & Parsley product.
Suggested Use: 1 to 2 Garlic & Parsley softgels daily with meals.
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