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The role and use of garlic oil

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Garlic oil is a special substance in garlic, presenting a bright and transparent amber liquid. It is the most important substance extracted from garlic. 

This essential oil contains very important active sulfides. It is very useful for general health and cardiovascular health. 

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Function and purpose

1. Broad-spectrum antibacterial, strong antibacterial power

2. Seasoning to attract food to improve feed quality

3. Enhance immune function, health care and promote growth

4. Improve animal quality

5. Reduce poison and repel insects, prevent mildew and keep fresh

6. Non-toxic, no side effects, no drug residues, no drug resistance.

7. Anti-coccidial effect.

8. One of the raw materials of TNT explosives

Specific efficacy

1. A natural tonic agent for the internal circulation system-lowering cholesterol and blood lipids, enhancing blood vessel elasticity, reducing platelet aggregation and promoting blood circulation, and can prevent cardiovascular diseases such as thrombus and hypertension.

2. Prevent colds, and apply to cold symptomssuch as fever, pain relief, cough, sore throat and nasal congestion.

3. Activate the gastrointestinal mucosa, invigorate the stomach and intestines, promote appetite, and accelerate digestion.

4. It can regulate blood sugar and prevent the onset of diabetes.

Company R&D department devote lots of  manpower and material to solve the problems on taste,clarity after  dissolving, effect and  so on.
It makes natural products more convenient to use in food and better service to people's health.


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