Growing Garlic at Home
Posted by By Julie Kingston, reprinted from Therapeutic Times Magazine on 10/9/2019 to Gardening Know How
I love the taste and aroma of garlic. Nothing else sets your mouth to watering than the smell in your kitchen when garlic is cooking. Not only does it taste and smell fantastic, it has a lot of health benefits too. Garlic is thought to have effective anti-bacterial, and anti-viral properties, as well as helping to lower blood pressure, bad cholesterol and regulate blood sugar. It has been used to prevent cancer, treat skin infections, relieve toothaches, reduce plaque in the arteries, improve metabolism and boost your immune system.