Food for hypertension!
Sulfur compounds and the specific substance allicin, appear to be the active ingredients of garlic.
The available data reveal that garlic is used for about 5000 years, and used for 3,000 years in China in the field of medicine. Historically, garlic has been used around the world to face a multitude of diseases, including hypertension, infections and cholesterol.
It has been suggested that patients taking anticoagulants should show caution when eating garlic, and displays antithrombotic properties.
Directions for use: Take 1-2 capsules daily or as directed by your doctor or pharmacist. Do not exceed the recommended dosage. The product must be kept in a cool and dry place (25 ° C).
Store away from children. Do not use product by pregnant and breast-feeding women. Food supplements should not be used as substitutes for a balanced diet.