Garlic (Allium sativum) is a plant closely related to the leek and the onion. Known for its distinctive odor, it has also been designated the name “the stinking rose.” It is mostly known for the flavor it adds to a variety of foods.Additionally, garlic contains the chemical allicin, which has been shown to kill bacteria and fungi and alleviate certain digestive disorders. It also lowers the clotting properties of blood. But the most notable attention garlic has received over recent years is its possible usefulness in lowering cholesterol levels.
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