Garlic (Lasuna)

Due to the antiseptic oils in garlic being secreted from the lungs, Garlic helps to loosens mucus, encouraging it to be brought up from the throat, lungs and nose, improving dry, unproductive coughs and tightness in the chest. Garlic is found to be one of the important herbal remedy for respiratory infections. Garlic is a natural herb that has been used since ages by Ayurvedic practitioners in treating the signs and symptoms of respiratory diseases.

In India garlic is used in Indian homes during winters to prevent respiratory diseases.

Serving size: 1 Capsule

Servings per container: 60

Dosage: 1-2 Capsules twice a day after meal or or as directed by your health practitioner.

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Garlic (Lasuna) is a herb with the botanical name Allium sativum. It is also known as ail, knoblaunch, la suan, nectar of the gods, allium, camphor of the poor, da-suan, poor-man's-treacle and stinking rose.

Garlic (Allium sativum) has a long history of use by various cultures, including the ancient Greeks and Romans. It is thought to be native to Southwest Siberia as well as in time spread to the mediteranean countries of Southern Europe. The root is made up of a group of small cloves or bulbs surrounded by a dry, whitish covering that holds them together. The bulbs should be harvested when the leaves begin to wither, generally in September. while these are collected, keep in a cool, dry area.


Garlic is a perennial herb of the lily family cultivated for its pungent, edible bulbs. Garlic has been used with the intention of cholesterol and lowering blood pressure.

Skin inflammation, allergic reaction and stomach upset have been reported due to garlic. Bad breath is a infamous accompaniment.. Garlic may reduce normal blood clotting and should be used with caution in patients taking medications to stop blood clotting (anticoagulants) such as coumadin / warfarin.

Medical use

Always consult your Health Professional to recommend you on dosages and any possible medical interactions. Further uses include fungal infections. The Chinese have a long history of treating cancer with Garlic (Lasuna).

Heart and blood vessels

Garlic may also help to decrease blood clots by reducing the stickiness of "thinning the blood" or platelets. Garlic is found to be a very good remedy for proper functioning of the heart. It helps in thinning of the blood.

The Physiological Effects of Garlic

Studies by competent multi-degreed scientists have shown beyond any reasonable doubt that consuming garlic commonly has the following physical effects:

· It is helpful to remove heavy metals such as lead and mercury from the body.

· It has anti-oxidant properties and is a source of selenium.

· It is helpful to regulate blood sugar.

Health Benefits of Garlic
• It is useful in secretions of digestive enzymes.
• It also helps in reducing infections on open and bleeding wounds and also promotes healing.
• It is useful in nervous disorders live paralysis as it suppresses vata, which is the main cause of nervine disorders.
• It also helpful in improving sexual health and works as aphrodisiac.
• It works as rasayan that is the substance, which helps in getting better health with long life.

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