Yi En Xi – Garlic Oil Broad-spectrum Antibiotic
Main Ingredients: Garlic Oil, Soybean Oil, Capsule Shell (Gelatin, Glycerin, Purified Water) Composition: Each capsule contains 10mg of Concentrated Garlic Essence Specification: 0.565g × 100 capsules Usage: Take 1 capsule daily Storage: Store in a cool and dry place, refrigerate after opening Suitable For:
- Individuals with weakened immune systems, cold and flu patients, travelers
- People with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular diseases
- Those with impaired pancreatic function, diabetes patients, cancer patients, individuals with poor liver function
- This product is made from fresh garlic that has been freeze-dried and concentrated using modern biotechnology. It contains natural antibiotic garlic oil in capsule form.
- Odorless and non-irritating: Garlic is known for its excellent antibacterial properties, but its strong odor and mucous membrane irritation have limited its widespread use. The desulfurization process used in Yi En Xi Garlic Oil Capsules eliminates the unpleasant odor while retaining its efficacy, eliminating heartburn sensations in the gastrointestinal tract while still being effective.
Nutritional Knowledge: Garlic’s allicin is a type of sulfur compound that possesses broad-spectrum antiviral activity, showing strong killing and inhibitory effects against various viruses. It also increases the number of immune cells, thereby enhancing the immune system and effectively combating infectious diseases. Allicin also aids in the clearance of “garbage” – cholesterol – from blood vessel walls, helping to maintain cholesterol levels within the normal range and promoting cardiovascular health. Additionally, its scordinin contributes to blood circulation, metabolism, the elimination of excess cholesterol from the blood, and the prevention of hypertension and arteriosclerosis.
In traditional Chinese medicine, garlic has been recorded in “Compendium of Materia Medica” for its functions such as dispersing pain, reducing swelling, expelling wind and toxins, and treating various conditions.
During World War I in 1918, the increasing number of wounded soldiers, combined with the hot climate, led to wound infections and suppuration. However, after treating wounds with garlic juice, infections were quickly controlled. Garlic was called “life-saving essence” by frontline soldiers. The miraculous “life-saving essence” is the active component of garlic – allicin. Numerous studies have shown that allicin can:
- Lower blood lipid and cholesterol levels, possess anticoagulant properties, prevent arteriosclerosis and cerebral infarction, and have a significant antihypertensive effect.
- Improve microcirculation, protect cardiovascular health by reducing blood lipids and low-density lipoprotein while increasing high-density lipoprotein, maintaining cholesterol and triglyceride levels within the normal range.
- Increase plasma insulin levels, presenting beneficial effects for diabetics. Allicin can lower blood sugar levels, improve glucose tolerance, and impact fat synthesis, thus reducing blood sugar levels and enhancing glucose tolerance.
- Clear free radicals, enhance immune function, and exhibit anti-aging effects. Garlic can promote blood circulation, quickly relieve fatigue, improve exercise performance, and enhance macrophage phagocytic capacity.
- Possess antimicrobial effects. Garlic has inhibitory and killing effects on various pathogenic bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus, Meningococcus, Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Shigella, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Bordetella pertussis, Vibrio cholerae, etc.). Therefore, garlic is hailed as a natural broad-spectrum plant antibiotic. Although various powerful antibiotics like penicillin, streptomycin, chloramphenicol, and aureomycin exist today, garlic does not produce resistance and does not interact with berberine or sulfa drugs, thus retaining unique clinical value.
Liver protection and hepatitis prevention. Garlic inhibits lipid peroxidase, protecting liver cell membrane structure. It can reduce serum ALT (alanine aminotransferase) and AST (aspartate aminotransferase) levels caused by carbon tetrachloride-induced liver injury. Garlic prevents the absorption of harmful elements such as mercury and cadmium through the intestinal wall, enhances liver detoxification function, improves liver function, and prevents liver inflammation and tumors. By preventing the formation of carcinogens and enhancing detoxification capabilities.