$0.06 a day!
$7.76 (as of 10/13/2019, 11:14 pm) & FREE Shipping. Details
- Standardized for 5000 mcg. of Allicin Potential, the active ingredient in Garlic
- Enteric-Coated to minimize odor
- Provides Cardiovascular and Immune Support
- 85% of Amazon® Reviews 4 or 5 Stars
Amazon® Reviews Score: 4 and 5 Star Reviews for Garlic
PubMed® Research Score for Garlic
Garlic is one of Nature’s most time-honored herbs. Its historical use for cardiovascular and immune ailments is well documented.
Garlic for High Blood Pressure
There has been scientific evidence supporting garlic for high blood pressure. Garlic is known to dilate blood vessels and reduce fibrinogen levels, both of which reduce cardiovascular risk. Garlic may also lower blood pressure by reducing resistance to smooth blood flow into the extremities. Garlic’s ability to increase nitric oxide levels may also explain why it can lower blood pressure. A side benefit of increased nitric oxide is improved sexual function.
Garlic for Cholesterol
One of the most important factors in maintaining heart health is healthy cholesterol levels. Garlic lowered elevated cholesterol levels in this clinical study. The German Commission E scientific advisory board recognizes that garlic’s active ingredient Allicin is the main reason to take garlic for cholesterol.
Now’s Garlic 5000 has a strong dose of 5000 mcg. of allicin potential, consistent with the amount required for:
- Lowering Cholesterol
- Lowering Triglycerides
- Anticancer Effects
- Preventing Plaque Development in Arteries
- Immune Support
This well-formulated product requires only one tablet a day for its effects.
In the British Journal of Clinical Practice, garlic extract was studied in 40 patients with high cholesterol. The patients were given 900 mg garlic powder per day, equivalent to 2,700 mg of fresh garlic. During…
In this meta-analysis of 20 random controlled trials, garlic supplements were found to lower blood pressure in patients with high blood pressure (≥140/90 mm Hg) by an average of 8.7 mm Hg for systolic and…