Uses for allicin

Nature's aid to healing the human body
This information is not intended as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment. Anyone who has an existing disease should consult a physician before initiating any change in treatment or before beginning a new course of treatment.

Special Information! All the remedies discussed in this page relate ONLY products with Allisure® ingredient. If this not stated. Then the product will not contain allicin and may not perform as you hope. For further

Acne vulgaris is a common inflammatory disorder of the sebaceous glands characterized by the presents of blackheads with papules, pustules and in more severe cases – cysts and scars. Although the actual cause of acne is still unknown, many physicians suggest that it is an infectious disease. The tiny oil-secreting sebaceous glands found in large numbers on the face, upper back and chest may become infected with bacteria. In particular, Staphylococcus, Streptocococcus and Candida Albicans will accumulate and produce a secondary infection.This leads to a worsening of clinical symptoms, making acne extremely difficult to treat. Unfortunately, many antibiotic treatments are unable to kill off Staphylococcus infection, since the bacteria drug resistant. Paying attention to diet is also important, since certain foods can aggravate the condition, especially sugar, caffeine, cocoa, refined vegetable oils as well as various nitrates and sulphites that are used extensively as preservatives in processed foodstuffs.

Allicin powder capsules and allicin liquid are very effective at treating acne for 3 main reasons.

Firstly, both formulations routinely kill Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus species and Candida Albicans.

Bad Breath
Blood Pressure
Bacterial Infections
Bed Sores
Canker Sores
Cholesterol Control
Cold Sores
Colds and Influenza
Delayed Aging
Ear Infections
Ebola and Dengue Fever
Eye Infections
Hay Fever
Immune System
MRSA Infection
Peptic Ulcer
Sore Throat