Garlic has been touted as antibacterial, but how will it stand up against a urinary tract infection that is resistant to antibiotics? Find out just how antibiotic garlic really is.
Research is gradually proving that chemicals are not the answer to the common cold. Not only do they cause adverse side effects, but they simply do not work. What works then? Nature provides clear answers.
New research proves that nature provides a potent antifungal treatment for athlete’s feet in the form of coriander oil, in addition to other natural antifungal strategies.
Research now confirms and quantifies that whole extracts of Garlic and Ginger have the ability to stop several species of multi-drug resistant bacteria.
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Resent research finds that garlic applied topically can curb candida infections.