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    14 Top Infections Garlic can Kill And It's Benefits


    Garlic Can Kill 14 Different Infections! So Why
    Don’t Doctors Recommend It?


    If you have to choose just one plant that you need to have in your
    home, it should definitely be garlic.
    Why garlic?

    Garlic can kill 14 different infections. Garlic destroys all bacteria,
    viruses, worms, and parasites that are inhabited internally or
    externally to the body. This natural antibiotic is the biggest killer
    of all antigens/pathogens, with a stronger effect than any other
    plant.

    Garlic can also strengthen immunity, but is best known as the
    deadliest killer of anything that can hurt you.
    Pharmaceuticals antibiotics are non-selective in the destruction of
    bacteria in your body. They just destroy everything. This creates
    additional problems, because millions of so-called good bacteria
    that are needed for the metabolic processes. Because of this,
    many people, after taking antibiotics, have problems with
    digestion, with imprisonment and fungal infections.
    An even bigger problem is if antibiotics do not destroy 100% of
    the bacteria in your body. They usually destroy 99%. The
    remaining bacteria then mutate and become resistant to the
    same antibiotic. This creates very dangerous and resistant
    bacteria.
    On the other hand, garlic is completely selective in the destruction
    of bacteria, killing only those who harm your body. What is
    unbelievable is that at the same time garlic stimulates the
    development of good bacteria and improves intestinal flora and
    digestion.

    Which bacteria destroys garlic?
    Garlic destroys many bacteria, including streptococcus,
    staphylococcus, diphtheria, cholera, dysentery, tuberculosis,
    tetanus, rheumatic fever and many others.
    But not just that, garlic is also a great antiviral agent. Garlic was
    tested for various types of viruses, and has been scientifically
    proven to destroy the causers of measles, mumps,
    mononucleosis, smallpox, herpes simplex 1 and 2, viral hepatitis,
    scarlet, rabies, and others.
    Again, that’s

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