What are its secrets?
What is wild garlic?
Wild garlic or bear’s garlic (allium ursinum) is a plant that grows wild, especially in the woods.
It thrives in temperate and humid areas of Europe.
Bears eat it when they come out of hibernation to fortify themselves.
Wild garlic has been used for several thousand years. Its cloves kelped to :
- Bring luck.
- To heal.
This plant has unsuspected culinary and medicinal virtues.
Bear’s garlic is entirely edible:
Its taste is reminiscent of its cousin, common garlic.
It deserves a place of choice in our kitchens for its nutritional qualities.
This condiment, which is easily found in powder form, is a valuable source of :
- Vitamin C.
As a medicinal plant
Wild garlic can be useful to :
- Eliminate toxins, parasites and microbes.
- Reduce blood pressure.
- Promote digestion.
- Stimulate the immune system.
For which diseases?
It has shown interesting results in cases of :
- Skin disorders.
- Multiple sclerosis.
- Cardiovascular diseases.
- Muscular dystrophy.
- Stomach ache.
- Respiratory disorders.
Bear’s garlic is not toxic, but it should not be mistaken for other plants.
The characteristic garlic smell when crushing the leaves can help to recognize it.
There are some contraindications:
- Anticoagulant drugs.
- Food intolerance to garlic or onions.
Wild garlic is an effective therapeutic supplement.
However, it is not intended to cure.
It may be useful to combine it with emotional release to get better.
What are the benefits of wild garlic?
This forest plant offers a concentrate of advantages.
It can be used as a complement to therapy to promote the body’s self-healing process.