The most important chemical constituents found in the garlic bulb are the sulphur compounds, predominantly alliin. When the garlic bulb is crushed, minced, or otherwise processed, alliin is released and interacts with the enzyme alliinase. Hydrolysis and immediate condensation of the reactive intermediate allylsulfenic acid forms allicin. One milligram of alliin is considered to be equivalent to 0.45 mg of allicin. Allicin itself is an unstable product and will undergo additional reactions to form other derivatives depending on environmental and processing conditions. These compounds work together to lower blood pressure, tone up cardiac muscles and combat dyspepsia.
|Direction for Use||One capsule, twice a day or as directed by your physician.|
|Ingredients||Allium Sativum, Garlic|
|Caution||1. Not suitable for pregnancy & breast feeding women. 2. Please consult your physician to prescribe the dosage that best suits the condition. 3. The information on this page is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Do not use this information to diagnose or treat your problem without consulting your doctor. 4. Keep out of the reach of children. 5. Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.|