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We’ve found a great recipe for how to make your own pickled garlic. The link is at the end of this article – but first a few “garlic facts” that are pretty interesting…
According to the findings of the National Cancer Institute, people who took allium vegetables (chives, leeks, onions, scallions and garlic) had about 50% lower cancer risk compared to those who did not consume these foods.
Aside from allicin which is considered as one of the most highly valued sulfur compounds in garlic, this spice is also known to contain other highly potent substances that offer highly exemplary effects to the human body. Research shows that garlic is beneficial to the heart. It helps in lowering the level of cholesterol, preventing blockage and clotting within blood vessels, as well as in reducing the rate of blood pressure.  Aside from its anti-inflammatory properties, garlic is also known to be useful in increasing the level of antioxidants in the body.
Garlic is an excellent source of nutrients like copper, Vitamin B1, phosphorus, tryptophan, calcium, selenium, manganese, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin C. In the past, garlic has been widely considered as a great remedy for skin diseases, respiratory infections, intestinal parasites, symptoms of aging, intestinal disorders and flatulence.
Sulfur (“sulphur” in the UK) often gets a bad press – due to its being present in acid rain, and being responsible for the bad smell of rotten eggs. Its old name was “brimstone” – yes, that’s it, as in “fire and brimstone”.
Sulfur is an essential element in the human body and present in abundance. This mineral is derived in abundance from various sources including eggs, onions, soybeans, cabbage, kale, wheat germ, Brussels sprouts, and… garlic. 
Results of some studies revealed that sulfur makes an excellent remedy to inflammation and is beneficial in the treatment of oral and other forms of cancer. Furthermore, the consumption of organic sulfur is thought to be beneficial in the process of eliminating heavy metals as well as in repairing, rebuilding and regenerating the cells of the body. The most common symptoms of sulfur deficiency in the body include dermatitis, eczema, fatigue, brittle nails, blood sugar problems, growth and skeletal problems, joint problems, hair loss and poor circulation.
Ok, here is the link to the full pickled garlic tutorial: http://www.askaprepper.com/how-to-prepare-medicinal-pickled-garlic/
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