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Garlic CO2 Extract is prized for its ability to add flare to culinary creations and its worldly presence as a health aid including its supportive role in cardiovascular health and circulation.
Aromatic Scent: Pungent, sulfuric, hot, tangy, rich, peppery with rich tones of garlic
Dr. Nick Notes
Garlic is a spectacular concentrated plant product that produces a superior quality CO2 extract for culinary and health purposes. This extract has been infused into 10% Olive Oil to aid in its usability by the manufacturer. Garlic is high in Sulfuric compounds: garlic extract can be irritating for the digestive system in larger doses and when ingesting a person may eliminate potent garlic odors from their skin / body.
Several population studies show an association between increased intake of garlic and reduced risk of certain cancers, including cancers of the stomach, colon, esophagus, pancreas, and breast. Garlic (CO2) is an uncommon botanical extract and great to keep around one’s medicine chest / culinary collection.
I’ve noted that garlic is historically revered as an aphrodisiac – imagine hundreds of years ago, fine dining in Italy with garlic-laced entrees paired with warming red wines over a romantic dinner. When consuming larger amounts of garlic, one may notice increased sexual drive – whether or not the smell of garlic is attractive to other partners/lovers is up to one’s perspective.
CO2 Extracted Garlic… Wildly Unique & Wonderful!
How to Use
~ Be Blessed ~
Not to be used daily. The oil is to be diluted before using. Can be moderately toxic, especially in higher quantites; inhibits blood clotting; skin irritation. Contraindicated in the case of major surgery, peptic ulcer, hemophilia, and other bleeding disorders.
Blends Well With: Sweet Basil, Caraway, Cardamom, Chili (CO2), Ginger, Lime, Mace, Nutmeg, Oregano, Blood Orange, Black Pepper, Rosemary, Schisandra (CO2), Star Anise (CO2), Turmeric (CO2)
Country of Origin: Austria
Extraction Method: CO2 Extracted
Parts of Plant Used: Bulbs
Terpenes: Diallyl trisulfide, Diallyl disulfide, Methyl allyl trisulfide, Methyl allyl disulfide, Propyl allyl tetrasulfide, Dimethyl trisulfide, Diallyl sulfide, Diallyl pentasulfide, 2-Vinyl-4H-1,3-dithiin, Menthyl allyl pentasulfide, Dimethyl tetrasulfide, Propyl methyl disulfide, Dimethyl disulfide, Diallyl tetrasulfide
Bayan, L., Koulivand, P. H., & Gorji, A. (2014). Garlic: a review of potential therapeutic effects. Retrieved October 30, 2017, from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4103721/
Tisserand, R., Young, R., & Williamson, E. M. (2014). Essential oil safety: a guide for health care professionals (2nd ed.). Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier.
Garlic and Cancer Prevention. (n.d.). Retrieved January 22, 2008, from https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/diet/garlic-fact-sheet
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product. *
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