Garlic Essential Oil
Latin Name: Allium sativum L.
Part of plant: Bulb
Grade: Pure & Natural
Aroma character: Sulphurous as the bulb, concentrated!
Garlic Indications: Infectious diseases, influenza, chronic bronchitis, tuberculosis, asthma, whooping cough, runny nose, high blood pressure, vascular cramps, varicose veins, hemorroids; formation of urinary stones, gout, insufficient urinary excretion, edema, intestional parasites.
Garlic Main Components: Diallyl sulfide.
Garlic Contraindications, side effects: Skin irritant when applied externally; comply with exact dose for internal use.
Garlic is a strongly scented perennial herb with long, flat, green leaves, small white flowers and a bulb of compacted cloves. The essential oil is steam-distilled from the crushed bulbs.
Garlic is unique among essential oils in that it is seldom used externally, more normally it is ingested orally or anally in gelatine capsules/suppositories. Garlic is nature's antibiotic, counteracting most infections.