Garlic is native to Central Asia and Iran, and has long been a common seasoning worldwide. It was known to ancient Egyptians and has been used both as food flavoring and as a traditional medicine. By offering its unique nutritional value and a wide range of medicinal benefits, this plant was quickly identified as one of the most precious gifts of our nature. One of the earliest documented plants use by human for the treatment of diseases and maintenance of health was the garlic. It is said to fight cancer, but it has also many different benefits for skin and hair. Traditionally the oil or the juice of garlic is applied on hair to reduce hair loss and favor regrowth. Garlic can be used to treat skin infections, keep youthful elasticity in tissues and fight cellulite, as well as treating and preventing dandruff. With its antioxidant power, it prevents or slows down the signs of ageing. This plant fights against acne and black heads.
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