Garlic has been used for a centuries to fight unwanted invaders in the body, particularly in the GI tract.
But getting enough raw garlic in your diet can be difficult.
Allicillin, by Designs For Health, is a super-potent garlic supplement that we’ve had a lot of success with.
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The use of supplements such as Allicillin does not replace the recommendations of a licensed physician. Always check with your physician or healthcare provider before using this product.
– Allicillin provides a highly concentrated source of allicin, the active component of garlic (allicin is what seems to make garlic effective for certain conditions).
– You get a much bigger dose or “hit” of allicin from a supplement like this compared to eating garlic (even raw garlic)
– As I showed in The H. Pylori Diet, the literature supports garlic’s use against H. pylori, and also Candida small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO, and intestinal parasites.
– It is shown in the literature to have an anti-biofilm effect, disrupting the matrix that protects microbes from the immune system and antimicrobial drugs (biofilms are considered to be one of the leading causes of antibiotic resistance). This is really a really important property.
– Clinically, we have used it with many clients seeking to improve digestive health, usually with great success and virtually zero side effects (except stinking of garlic – see below).
– Garlic has many other health promoting properties – cardiovascular health, blood pressure, diabetes, improved immune function and possibly a contribution to cancer prevention.
Garlic and allicin are generally very safe, however, some people do need to be cautious. Here are some things to be careful about:
– If you take more than two capsules per day, you’ll absolutely stink of garlic!
– DO NOT use if you are taking blood thinning or anticoagulant medications, or if you have low blood pressure, or a known allergy to garlic.
– PLEASE consult your doctor if you are in any doubt about using allicin-containing products, or whether garlic will interact with your meds.
– There is a good summary at the medical website WebMD
As you’ll hear me say time and time again, nutritional and herbal supplements always work best when they are used as part of an overall wellness plan.
It’s unrealistic to expect any supplement to be a magic wand (although now and again, we do see crazy health improvements when someone takes a specific supplement).
Please incorporate my supplement recommendations into an overall plan that ensures you get the results you long for, and don’t waste money in the process.
Learn to harness Allicillin’s benefits in recovering from H. pylori in The H. Pylori Diet book. Click here to learn more.
I’ve negotiated some discounted rates for my readers, for Allicillin and a very similar product – Garlic Select (and, indeed, for many products in my review series).
To claim your 10% discount from Amrita, simply create an account with Amrita Nutrition by doing this:
You can order both Allicillin and Garlic Select – another fantastic product and a little easier on the wallet – from Amrita.
Note that Amrita can also ship outside Europe to Canada, Australia, etc.
If you’re in North America, I can’t get a discount for you on Allicillin at the moment (you might be able to find a good deal, of course).
However, if you’d like to set up an account with Moss Nutrition, you’re going to receive a 20% discount on Garlic Select and all other Moss Nutrition products.
To claim your 20% discount, follow these steps:
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