Eat it however you can – raw, cooked, in capsules, as a tincture, in tahini dressing and hummus – anything that takes your fancy.
Garlic is a proven anti fungus, proving effective against pathogens like Candida. Research has clearly shown that garlic has anti-candidal activity, inhibiting both the growth and function of Candida Albans.
In addition to its use as an antifungal, garlic can support your immune system, reduce cholesterol, and help control blood sugar levels.
Although a natural remedy, concentrated garlic can still interact with other medicines, so talk to your health care practitioner if your on prescription medication. Garlic has a blood-thinning property that can be very useful, but can also be dangerous to sufferers of hemophilia or platelet disorders, as well as pregnant women, the on blood-thinning medication, or patients about to undergo surgery.