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OXOAMIDIN Odourless Garlic Oil 6000mg x 90 Capsules

OXOAMIDIN Odourless Garlic Oil 6000mg x 90 Capsules

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Oxoamidin is an odourless, high strength garlic.

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Oxoamidin is an odourless, high strength garlic. Just one capsules of Oxoamidin is equivalent to eating 6000mg (6 grams), but without the odour normally associated with garlic.



Adults - Take 1 capsule per day as a general dietary supplement or up to 3 capsules for infections and colds.




Each Soft Gel contains: Garlic (as extract equiv. to fresh) 6000mg. No artificial flavorings, colorings, preservatives, sugar, salt, corn, yeast, gluten lactose added. Store below 30 C in a cool dry place.




Garlic contains two key compounds, a sulphur-rich amino acid called allicin and a protein-based enzyme called allinase. The clove has no smell until you slice or crush it, allowing the compounds to mix and form a third compound, called allicin.

Allicin is a volatile compound that survives for just a few hours. It is a powerful natural antibiotic - about one-fiftieth as powerful as penicillin - and also has anti-fungal and anti-viral properties. Allicin exists only in raw garlic. Cooking kills it and causes it to decay into other compounds which are less effective.

Garlic also contains about ten different kinds of natural sugars, including fructose, glucose, as well as relatively high levels of the trace minerals copper, iron, zinc, tin, calcium, manganese, aluminium, germanium and selenium. The level of selenium in garlic is higher than in almost any other plant.



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