Cholesterol-Life

Garlic + Soya Bean Oil

Cholesterol-Life has a rich natural source of essential fatty acids that helps maintaining good cholesterol levels, supports heart health and improve digestive system.


Weight Management :
→ Garlic is an herb. It is best known as a flavoring for food. But over the years garlic has been used as a medicine to prevent or treat a wide range of diseases and conditions. The fresh clove or supplements made from the clove are used for medicine.

→ Garlic is used for many conditions related to the heart and blood system. These conditions include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, coronary heart disease, heart attack and “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis). Some of these uses are supported by science. Garlic actually may be effective in slowing the development of atherosclerosis and seems to be able to modestly reduce blood pressure.

→ Some people use garlic to prevent colon cancer, rectal cancer, stomach cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer and lung cancer. It is also used to treat prostate cancer and bladder cancer.

→ Garlic has been tried for treating an enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia; BPH), diabetes, osteoarthritis, hay fever (allergic rhinitis), traveler's diarrhea, high blood pressure late in pregnancy (pre- eclampsia), cold and flu. It is also used for building the immune system, preventing tick bites and preventing and treating bacterial and fungal infections.

→ Other uses include treatment of fever, coughs, headache, stomach ache, sinus congestion, gout, rheumatism, hemorrhoids, asthma, bronchitis, shortness of breath, low blood pressure, low blood sugar, high blood sugar and snake bites. It is also used for fighting stress and fatigue and maintaining healthy liver function.

→ Some people apply garlic oil to their skin to treat fungal infections, warts and corns. There is some evidence supporting the topical use of garlic for fungal infections like ringworm, jock itch and athlete’s foot but the effectiveness of garlic against warts and corns is still uncertain.