The garlic is wonderful. It is proven to be a potent natural antibiotic.
There are several benefits: it fights viruses and bacteria, strengthens immunity, cleans arteries, helps control cholesterol and blood pressure, eliminates influenza and several viruses …
But unfortunately today it is necessary to know the origin of garlic that you buy.
Find out the origin of the garlic you are buying.
If it’s Chinese garlic, beware!
In China, quality control is a huge problem.
Many Chinese farmers are using illegal and harmful pesticides to speed garlic harvest and increase production.
Many farmers use forato and parathion, two pesticides banned by the government, to irrigate crops and save time and effort.
Another important factor for the quality of garlic in China is that the soil itself is toxic and is also a major health concern.
An official government report in 2014 showed that nearly a fifth of China’s soil is contaminated by heavy metals like cadmium and arsenic, as well as excessive amounts of pesticides and fertilizers.
This is easy to explain.
Pollution in China has reached very high levels.
This has contaminated all major rivers in China with large quantities of industrial chemicals and household waste.
Unfortunately Brazil imports a lot of garlic from China.
What to do?
Try to buy garlic not produced in this Asian country.
Preferably, buy organic garlic.
Usually on the packaging is whether the garlic is Chinese or national.
If possible, plant your own garlic, using as seed a good quality garlic not produced in China.
This information is very important.
Garlic is a wonderful product, rich in benefits.
But all its therapeutic potential disappears when it comes to garlic like the one produced in China, full of pesticides and heavy metals.
So be aware of the origin of the garlic you buy.
Ideally, our merchants should be aware of this and avoid importing this problematic garlic.
SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF THE GARLIC IS CHINESE
– He is handsome, usually large and white, but is poor in taste and almost has no glow
– It is lighter and has less bulb than garlic produced in Brazil (especially organic)
Click HERE to see how easy it is to plant garlic at home.
This is a news blog about home treatments. It does not replace a specialist. Always consult your doctor.
source : receitasdarede.net