Garlic oil can be found in garlic capsules extracted from steam or liquid distillation. The manufacture of raw garlic oil is made from chopped garlic, mashed and marinated in vegetable oil, or also by steam distillation.
Benefits of Garlic Oil for the Heart
Garlic is composed of a substance called allicin, responsible for causing the characteristic smell of garlic. Besides allicin, it is endowed with a high content of sulfur, selenium, arginine (amino acid) and flavonoids, a type of phytochemical that has a beneficial action for the body. One of the numerous benefits that garlic oil provides for health is its performance in the cardiovascular system. The consumption of garlic oil acts directly on factors such as hypertension, high cholesterol, coronary heart disease, heart attacks and prevention of atherosclerosis.
These benefits come mainly from the substance that garlic produces, allicin, which contributes to the prevention and treatment of various diseases and their phytochemicals. In addition, garlic has antioxidant properties essential for fighting free radicals in the body.
According to studies conducted over a four-year period, individuals who consumed 900 mg of garlic per day, both in the form of oil, in capsules and in standardized powder, were found to be delayed in the development of atherosclerosis. It has also been found that garlic is able to act as a blood thinner, helping to prevent heart attacks and strokes. His performance was also effective in combating the accumulation of plaques in arteries capable of blocking blood flow.
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Contraindications and side effects of garlic oil
The consumption of garlic oil in high doses is capable of causing allergic reactions, bad breath, and possible body odors. Both bad breath and odors are less characteristic in the consumption of garlic oil in capsules. Excess consumption can also cause stomach pain, diarrhea, and heartburn. In addition, it is highly recommended not to consume the garlic oil prior to surgeries or during pregnancy as their properties contribute to the dilution of the blood.