5 Reasons To Always Include Garlic In Your Food


Garlic is a wonderful seasoning that adds aroma, taste, and added nutrition to foods.

Here are nine reasons to add garlic to your meals and take advantage of its benefits.

Sexual problems

Garlic has certain aphrodisiac properties, so this helpful herb can be utilised as an effectual sex rejuvenator.

The health benefits of garlic are further known to enhance the libido of both men and women.

Garlic Soup Made With 52 Cloves of Garlic Can Defeat Colds Flu and Even Norovirus


Boiled garlic cloves are wonderful as an alternative asthma treatment. Each night before going to sleep, a glass of milk with 3 boiled cloves of garlic can bring relief for patients with asthma.

The asthma attacks may also be brought under control by taking crushed garlic cloves with malt vinegar.


Daily inclusion of garlic in your diet aids in eliminating any digestive problems.

The herb assists in the normal functioning of the intestines for good digestion.


Raw garlic is used to treat colds and coughs.

At the very onset of a cold, you should eat at least two crushed cloves of garlic. This will help in lessening the severity of your cold.

Intestinal problems

Garlic clears up most intestinal problems like dysentery, diarrhea, and colitis.


Its role in dispelling worms is phenomenal. It does not affect the functioning of useful organisms in the intestine, which aid in digestion, but it does destroy the harmful bacteria present in the intestines.


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Written by Shadrach Annang

Shadrach "Junie" Annang is a Digital Media Strategist and Content Creator at Gh Links- leading news and information platform in Ghana. He's the Co-Founder of Gh Links Media and Published Photographer. Connect with Junie on Twitter and Linkedin!

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