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Garlic’s incredibly wide range of applications also includes the treatment of yellow fever. The active ingredient in garlic, allicin, as well as the other beneficial nutrients in garlic, can combat yellow fever in many ways. It can stimulate the appetite, which often decreases when a person is infected, and also soothes the stomach, relieving symptoms like diarrhea and preventing dehydration. The antioxidant and antiviral properties of garlic can help slow the progression of the infection and ensure that it remains in the normal stage, rather than the toxic phase. Protection Status
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