Description : Garlic is a sacred herb grown from the drop of nectar spilled on earth when Lord Garuda took away the pot of nectar from Lord Indra to save his mother from evil powers. It is still believed that because of the divine qualities of the nectar, Garlic has innumerable healing properties and was named as Rason, meaning King of Rasas.
Another interesting historical reference is that Garlic was grown in the hanging gardens of Babylon and it was considered as an herb of empowerment for which it was given to Roman soldiers before the battle. The traditional European fishermen used to wear garlands made with Garlic cloves to guard themselves from sickness and evil spirits.
Uses : Kick cancer out of the world with nature’s best chemotherapy agent, sweetly known as Garlic. It is fêted as an ‘herb of passion’ for its power of influencing fortitude and natural energy levels and is celebrated as the most hopeful natural remedy for preventing cancer. Besides being called as the stinking rose with its pungent and not so pleasing aroma, Garlic has a long medicinal history in various traditions across the world and is also known as ‘cure-all’ for its ability to treat illnesses of the nervous system, circulatory system, digestive system, reproductive system and the respiratory system.
Botanically called as Allium sativa, Garlic has its origin in India and its essential oil is extracted from the bulbs through steam distillation method. Known by the name Rasona, Lahsoon and Yavanesta in Sanskrit, Garlic and its essential oil are used in Ayurveda for the treatment of cancer, heart diseases, diabetes, cold, rheumatism, high blood pressure, parasites, impotency, skin disorders, digestive problems, mental disturbances, fluid retention and joint problems.
- Treats Acne
- Fights Skin Infections
- Prevents Hair Loss
- Treats Dandruff
- Fights Infections
- Relieves Toothaches
- Lowers Cholesterol
- Improves Cardiovascular Health
- Prevents Cognitive Decline
- Combats Cancer
- Treats Ear Infections
- Boosts Immunity
- Enhances Bone Health In Women
- Improves Exercise Endurance
- Works As A Mosquito Repellant
- Treats Cold Sores
- Manages Diabetes
Garlic Oil is derived from the crushed bulbs of garlic, Allium sativum Linn. They have a powerful and obnoxious odour due to the presence of disulphides. The bulbs contain 0.06% to 0.1% of volatile oil whose active constituents are propyl /-disulphide, alliin and allicin. The yellow oil of garlic is a valuable flavouring agent in perfumery, as insect repellant. Allicin present in volatile oil is a powerful antibacterial.
|Description Liquid||:||Yellow Orange to Yellow Brown|
|Organoleptic Test||:||Strong Characteristic Odour &Taste|
|Extraction||:||By Steam Distillation|
|Solubility||:||Soluble in most Fixed oil & Mineral Oil and insoluble in Glycyrine|
|Heavy metals||:||Not more than 20 ppm as Pb Not more than 3 ppm as Arsenic|
|Non volatile matter||:||Nil|