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Wild garlic: health benefits and uses of wild garlic

  1. Wild garlic or wild garlic (Allium ursinum) looks like chives with a leaf. It is a plant from the garlic family (Alliaceae). The plant is thus related to garlic and chives. Other names are borsal garlic, onion flower and wout knot look. Wild garlic or wild garlic is a native plant in the Netherlands. When wild garlic blooms in spring, it gives off an intense, garlic-like scent. Hence the name 'wild garlic'. Wild garlic not only tastes good, but is also healthy. The healing effect of wild garlic is comparable to that of garlic. Wild garlic blooms en masse white in May and is not out of place in the garden. Wild garlic certainly belongs in the permanent herb garden. Wild garlic leaves are edible.

What is wild garlic or wild garlic?

  1. Occurrence Wild garlic or wild garlic (Allium ursinum) is a plant of the garlic family or onion family. These include the onion (Allium cepa), puree garlic (Allium oleraceum), leek (Allium porrum), garlic (Allium sativa) and chives

Wild garlic ingredients

  1. Wild garlic or wild garlic is much less researched than garlic. Since both plants contain similar ingredients, they are similar in their mechanism of action. The fresh leaves of wild garlic contain 0.005 percent allicin, which has an antibacterial effect. When it is dried, the proportion of active ingredient increases to 0.07 percent. In addition to allicin, the leaves also contain the active ingredient alliin, the substance responsible for the smell of garlic. Alliine is converted in the body into a substance that plays an important role in the metabolism and has a strong medicinal effect. Flavonoids and prostaglandins are also found in the plant. Moreover, wild garlic contains many minerals (selenium, iodine and zinc)

Wild garlic health benefits

  1. An important effect of wild garlic or wild garlic affects the blood vessels of humans. The plant's ingredients lower blood pressure and prevent atherosclerosis, a disease process that leads to narrowing and hardening of the arteries. Deposits in the blood vessels can be reduced by wild garlic and the blood vessels become elastic again. The wild garlic improves circulation in all limbs and prevents dizziness, weakness and heart problems. In addition, wild garlic is antibacterial, stimulant, anti-inflammatory, expectorant, diaphoretic, anti-spasmodic (antispasmodic) and diuretic. Due to the various effects of wild garlic, the plant is suitable for the following applications: cardiovascular complaints (high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, circulatory disorders), indigestion (flatulence, loss of appetite, dysentery or a severe form of diarrhea characterized by the presence of blood in the stool), metabolic disorders (spring fatigue, slow metabolism), respiratory diseases (bronchitis, cough, asthma).

  2. An important effect of wild garlic or wild garlic affects the blood vessels of humans. The plant's ingredients lower blood pressure and prevent atherosclerosis, a disease process that leads to narrowing and hardening of the arteries. Deposits in the blood vessels can be reduced by wild garlic and the blood vessels become elastic again. The wild garlic improves circulation in all limbs and prevents dizziness, weakness and heart problems. In addition, wild garlic is antibacterial, stimulant, anti-inflammatory, expectorant, diaphoretic, anti-spasmodic (antispasmodic) and diuretic. Due to the diverse effects of wild garlic, the plant is suitable for the following applications: cardiovascular complaints (high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, circulatory disorders), indigestion (flatulence, loss of appetite, dysentery or a severe form of diarrhea characterized by the presence of blood in the stool), metabolic disorders (spring fatigue, slow metabolism), respiratory diseases (bronchitis, cough, asthma).



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