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Garlic

Garlic by Pat Abramson Nearly half of the 1,000-plus research papers on garlic published in this century found their way into print in the last 20 years.  Garlic has been scientifically proven to reduce the incidence of heart attacks, atherosclerosis, and high blood pressure.  It is said to enhance one’s immune system and help with colds, as well.  An average clove of garlic (almond size) contains substances equivalent to 100,000 units of penicillin:  about 1/5th the average dose, without penicillin’s side effects. Garlic belongs to the “allium sativum”… Read More →

Garlic

Garlic by Byron Chitwood. The fall planting season is about over.  However, there is still time left to plant spinach, radishes, onion sets if you can find them and garlic.  Garlic is one of the easiest things to grow and a lot of it can be grown in small spaces.  Garlic can be grown the year around in mild climates like we have here in north central Texas. Obtain some seed garlic which is garlic that has not been sprayed for prevention of sprouting.  Maybe you know of… Read More →