Using Garlic

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I had promised before our computer crash that I would write a little something on using garlic.  Finally I have a few minutes. Garlic is such a blessing; I hope you will familiarize yourself with this gift from above.


Garlic has been known for centuries to function as a natural antibiotic. It destroys the unnecessary and harm bacteria throughout the human system. It emulsifies cholesterol and loosens it from arterial walls.  It is used against contagious diseases, high blood pressure, fevers, parasites, worms, nicotine poisoning, and yeast infections.

I was recently asked to write something on garlic.  Where to begin.  Garlic can be used externally or internally.  It is natural healing first aid for clearing the lungs when applied as a paste to the feet.  You will find detailed direction in our Infection Info sheet.

Applied over a corn or wart garlic works to destroy the virus and dissolves the issue.  See info sheet on warts and feet care.

A powerful healer, this mighty little bulb deserves respect.  If not used properly when applying to the outside of the body it will leave a chemical burn.  For those who have not experienced a garlic or cayenne burn, let me say it is a burn and it hurts.  The first and best relief is to soak the affected area in aloe vera jel or juice.  BF&C Salve has also been useful to quickly heal the burn.

Garlic Paste to the Feet

Daily usage of garlic is a good plan.  Using garlic in your food program every day is an excellent way to protect the body from incoming germs & bacteria.  There are several way to get your daily dose of garlic.

Blend Olive oil with garlic cloves until smooth & Creamy.  This can be spread on toast or drizzled over a salad, it is also an excellent starter when browning onions, peppers, mushrooms ect… for any number of yummy dishes.

My Best Suggestion for Someone wanting a daily dose of garlic.

Use HEAL’s Supertonic or Herbal Antibiotic once or twice daily depending on your situation.  Supertonic, made with apple cider vinegar, can be used as a daily preventative added to water or juice or just knock back an ounce once a day.  The Supertonic is also  excellent as a salad dressing with olive oil and a season salt.

The Herbal Antibiotic tastes quite good added to a glass of tomato or V/8 juice.  It taste a bit like pepper sauce in your tomato juice drink.  The Herbal Antibiotic is also good as a hot tea with honey.  It is a great over all tonic as it brings fresh blood to the throat & vocal cords.  As a preventative try ½-1 Teaspoon once or twice a day depending on your needs.  This formula can also be taken for extended periods when clearing cholesterol issues from the system.  See our Cholesterol Information Sheet for details.

The Herbal Antibiotic can be used at full dose, 1 teaspoon every three hours, for those who need large amounts of garlic to clear their systems.

For those needing or wanting to eat large amounts of garlic for whatever reason there are several ways I have found to eat a huge amount of Garlic without pain.

Removing the Pimento from the Green Olives and inserting a slice of garlic is a great tasting way to get it down.

It is possible to add a large amount of fresh diced garlic to an avocado, tomato and lettuce salad or sandwich.  I have found the avocado absorbs the heat from the garlic allowing me to add a large amount sprinkled across this dish.

Using a Garlic press and scooping the soft garlic up into a gelatin capsule is another way to get a large dose down.  When using this method be ready to swallow the capsules quickly before they have a chance to melt.  The garlic is wet and will dissolve the capsules quickly.

About Dara Dietz

Dara D Dietz is co-founder with her Husband of H.E.A.L. Marketplace, a private Natural Healing Association. As a teacher and counselor she has been supporting the members of H.E.A.L. with Natural Healing information and herbal supports since 1998. She continues to maintain strong ties to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Since healing her own kidney ailments she has assisted thousands of people in discovering and using natural herbal remedies. Dara has written and compiled numerous articles on a wide variety of natural healing topics. Drawing from her own healing experiences and borrowing from the vast wisdom of natural healers long departed, she continues to provide H.E.A.L.’s international membership with down to earth natural healing wisdom in H.E.A.L.’s bi-weekly newsletters. Dara and her husband currently reside in Rutherfordton, North Carolina.
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