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Garlic can act as both a preventative measure and a treatment for West Nile Virus, which is transmitted through mosquito bites. The actual smell of garlic acts as a ward against mosquitos, so keeping garlic in your diet over the summer is always a good idea. Furthermore, the active ingredients in garlic are antiviral and antioxidant in nature, helping to boost the immune system and stimulate the circulatory system, thus speeding up the rate of healing and repair. Adding a few cloves of garlic to your daily meals is not particularly difficult, or you can purchase garlic supplements for a concentrated dose. Protection Status
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