Garlic

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Garlic possesses an impressive range of antimicrobial, antibacterial and antiviral compounds, in addition to potent antioxidant properties, making it one of the most versatile herbs on the market. The active ingredient of garlic, allicin, actively boosts the function of the immune system and reduces inflammation that commonly associated with gonorrhea. The antioxidants in garlic seek out free radicals and can prevent oxidative stress, which weakens the body and exposes it to bacterial infections. Garlic can be eaten raw, or garlic extract can be consumed in supplement form, among other possible applications.

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