Powerful garlic stronger than medicines

For hundreds of years, garlic has been known for its unique values ​​in the treatment of various diseases, from the common cold and ending with complex inflammation.

Recent studies have shown, however, that garlic has such strong medicinal values ​​that it is more and more often recommended in serious heart conditions or cancer.
Its key values ​​are determined by two key compounds that translate into its strong healing properties – a sulfur-rich amino acid called allicin and an enzyme called protein-based allyase.
Allicin is a very delicate compound that is able to survive only a few hours. Its properties are similar to a strong natural antibiotic, which also has antifungal and antiviral properties.
Allicin only exists in raw garlic. Cooking causes it to disintegrate into other compounds that do not have such an effective health action. Medicinal properties of garlic rely on the mobilisation of white blood cells in the body to fight infection while stimulating other cells of the immune system to fight viral, bacterial and cancerous infections.
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Primrose, a modest miracle of nature 

Introducing the latest addition to my collection of health miracles of nature…Primrose!
This rather inconspicuous plant growing in fields has great healing properties, which are increasingly became popular in the pharmacological industry and cosmetology.
The primrose, or more specifically its seeds, is rich in unsaturated fatty acids (EFAs) – linoleic acid (LA) and gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which depends on the correct course of many life processes.
Primrose oil are also other fatty acids – oleic, palmitic and stearic – and additionally phytosterols, protein rich in sulfur amino acids and tryptophan, enzymes, vitamin E, zinc, selenium, magnesium and calcium.
What the modest miracle can do:

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