Medicial Plants - onsets of diabetes. Sometimes, the cloves...

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T MEDICINAL PLANTS BY:Your Name Here I am doing this project because I think it would be interesting to figure out different things about medicinal plants and, I decided to try to focus on garlic because, for reason it is a medicinal plant and there is a range of reasons why garlic is important to us but there are things we need to be aware of though. t For about 5000 years garlic has been known to reduce blood cholestrol levels. Garlic tastes very hot, dry, and pungent. The cloves (a part of the garlic plant) are used mostly for infections, especially for such symptoms as: chest problems, some digestive disorders, blood sugar levels; and so, can be helpful in later-
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Unformatted text preview: onsets of diabetes. Sometimes, the cloves are efffective for some types of skin infections and acne. Garlic is best used if it is fresh. i Things to be aware of about garlic: Garlic acts as a natural heating element inside the human vody; and can irritate the stimach. Do not take garlic in theapuetic classes during pregnacys, and lactating mothers. Garlic can also cause stomach problems, such as heartburn. s Garlic's strong aromatic action helps cleanses the body's lings, and skin. To help reduce the strong odor of garlic; it has been suggested to eat gresh parsly. To elimate the odor of garlic from the mouth (breath). p p...
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course ACCT 101 taught by Professor All during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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