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Balance Ayurveda

Garlic Capsules

60 Ayurvedic capsules for heart and immune health | Crafted from premium Garlic Cloves | Pure and potent for your well-being | Single Herb Powerhouse

Garlic, scientifically known as Allium sativum, is a kitchen staple with a rich history in traditional medicine. Modern research has reinforced its role in promoting health.

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Heart Health

Garlic is renowned for supporting cardiovascular health by helping maintain normal blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Immune Support

It may bolster the immune system, helping your body stay resilient.

Antioxidant Properties

Garlic is rich in antioxidants, which combat oxidative stress and support overall well-being.

Antimicrobial Effects

Research suggests that Garlic may have natural antimicrobial properties.

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  • Approved by AYUSH
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  • HACCP Certified
  • Stronger Formulations
  • Super Herbs
  • No Added Chemicals
  • 0% Adulturation
  • Cruelty Free
  • Sustainable Packaging
  • No Side Effects
  • 100% Ayurvedic

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Ried, Karin, et al. "The effect of aged garlic extract on blood pressure and other cardiovascular risk factors in uncontrolled hypertensives: the AGE at Heart trial." Integrated blood pressure control 6 (2013): 43. ↩

Percival, Susan S. "Aged garlic extract modifies human immunity." The Journal of nutrition 146.2 (2016): 433S-436S. ↩

Gorinstein, Shela, et al. "Comparative content of total polyphenols and dietary fiber in tropical fruits and persimmon." European Food Research and Technology 220.3-4 (2005): 508-512. ↩

Bayan, Leyla, et al. "Garlic: a review of potential therapeutic effects." Avicenna Journal of Phytomedicine 4.1 (2014): 1. ↩