The mighty bulb tastes terrific, true. But it’s an amazing and powerful health (and beauty!) booster, to boot.
Un-stuff the stuffiness. Clear up nasal and sinus congestion in a hurry by tossing some chopped raw, fresh garlic into a bowl of hot soup and sipping it slowly to promote drainage.
Now ‘ear this! Treat a throbbing earache with a little concentrated garlic oil. Add one sliced garlic clove to 2 teaspoons of olive oil, then heat it for two minutes. Strain the mixture through cheesecloth, and let it cool to lukewarm before dropping it into your achin’ ear.
Fight foot funk. If athlete’s foot has attacked your tootsies, stop it in its tracks by soaking your feet in garlic water. Crush several garlic cloves and drop them into a tub of warm water with a splash of rubbing alcohol added to it. Then soak your feet in the toes-ty “tea” for about 10 minutes a day until the foot fungus flees.
Tame your tresses. Mend split ends with this sweet, yet pungent tamer: Combine 2 tablespoons of garlic oil (see how to make it in Now ‘ear this!) and 1 teaspoon of honey, then beat in 1 egg yolk. Rub the mixture into your hair, then cover it with a shower cap and wait 30 minutes. Rinse thoroughly, and shampoo as usual.
Don’t forget your wimpy nails! Prick the end of a garlic oil gel capsule (found in vitamin aisles and health food stores) with a pin, and gently squeeze a drop on each fingernail, rubbing it into the entire nail bed. Let it sit for five minutes, then wash your hands with warm water and gentle soap. Your nails will be salon strong and beauty parlor pretty in no time at all.
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