Many people have chosen to use garlic in both medicinal in culinary methods. Naturally, its medicinal uses are not as promulgated as its cooking uses, but they’re there. You might be able to use them as well.
Garlic has many uses and not just for the way it can improve a person’s blood circulation. Applying garlic to your skin (not too much as it still has a strong scent) can help clean up your complexion, removing and handling acne as well as other things that can dirty your skin.
Eating garlic is also beneficial for the most important organ in your body – the heart. It can lower your blood pressure as well.
Parasitic infection is common enough and so knowing that garlic can handle it is a godsend. Science has confirmed that hookworms, pinworms and even tapeworms cannot stand up to a garlic-infused diet.
You could use it as a bug repellant in your very own garden. Planting it in the right places in your garden will lead to it working as a scarecrow for bugs. If you want to be more proactive, you could make your own pesticide by mixing it with liquid soap and pepper.
Even pets can make use of garlic. Simply add a few cloves to their meals and you’ll find them with far less fleas and ticks. If you check out your dog food, you might find that it already has garlic for this explicit reason.
It can fight off more than things that pester your dogs. It can also fight mosquitoes, which pester you. They can carry various diseases, so having a cheap way to drive them off is extremely valuable. Garlic extract on your exposed skin works wonders, as well as simply putting some garlic around the room. You don’t need too much – mosquitoes are sensitive to it.
There are a ton of other benefits out there. However the benefits you’ve already read should inspire you get into garlic in a big way.