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You need not worry about the unbearable garlic odour any more! You can also avoid all the trouble preparing freshly chopped garlic! You can now pop a few capsules of Garlic & Parsley Oil a day and the concentrated form offers you an extra fold of healthful benefits. It is specially formulated for healthy circulatory and cardiac systems, fighting common colds and preventing cancer. Garlic has been known to have antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic properties. It contains sulphur compounds which are responsible for many of the beneficial actions of garlic.
Parsley has traditionally been used as a breath freshener as it contains chlorophyll that helps alleviate the odour of garlic on the breath. Hence, it’s combined with garlic oil to mask the natural garlic odour so that the positive health benefits of garlic can be fully gained without bad breath. NewLife™ Garlic & Parsley Oil also offers a wide range of vitamins and minerals that can effectively bridge nutritional gaps due to poor food choices.
Each capsule contains:
Bulbus Allium Sativum (Garlic) Oil 1 mg
Folium Petroselinum Crispum (Parsley) Oil 1 mg
Scientific trials reveal amazing health benefits
Take 1-2 capsules, 3 times daily.
Garlic has been a mainstay in the medicinal field in the past for a variety of ailments such as colds, infection and hypertension due to its powerful antibacterial effect and its wonder as a natural blood cleanser. However, munching up garlic that has been chopped or crushed was deemed to be the only way to ensure that you get the real benefits of garlic during the old days. Moreover, to harness the health-promoting effects of garlic, you would need to eat plenty fresh cloves of garlic. It is inevitable that taking this much garlic would irritate your mouth, throat and stomach. Also, you’ll soon notice people running away from you due to the strong garlic odour!
Who will benefit from Garlic and Parsley?
1. Josling, P. 2001. Preventing the common cold with a garlic supplement: a double-blind, placebo-controlled survey. Advances in Natural Therapy 18: 189-193.
2. Zhang, H., Chen, F., Wang, X. and Yao, H-Y. 2006. Evaluation of antioxidant activity of parsley (Petroselinum crispum) essential oil and identification of its antioxidant constituents. Food Research International 39: 833-839.
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180 S/GELSDisclaimer: The contents on this page are not to be substituted for medical advice or diagnosis. The information presented here is purely for educational purpose. This is not a prescription for self-diagnosis or self-medication. Consult your own physician regarding the application of any opinions and recommendations with respect to your symptoms or medical conditions.