Allicin from garlic may affect friendly bacteria

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    jameskep
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    Study indicates that allicin from garlic may affect some friendly bacteria depending on the concentration.

    http://www.mrsasupportgroup.org/files/allicin_mktg.pdf

    More is probably not better with garlic. Excessive garlic can also lead to gut lining irritation. Most gastrointestinal doctors don’t recommend garlic for people with sensitive gut lining.

    I remember reading on one website that more than 3 raw cloves in a day can affect friendly bacteria. But that was just one website.

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    raster
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    It is something my naturopath does not prescribe and I haven’t asked him why but I decided to cut it out recently and I feel a bit better.

    Also, most antifungals kill friendly bacteria and finding ones that do not is difficult.

    -raster

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    dvjorge
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    raster;30979 wrote: It is something my naturopath does not prescribe and I haven’t asked him why but I decided to cut it out recently and I feel a bit better.

    Also, most antifungals kill friendly bacteria and finding ones that do not is difficult.

    -raster

    Raster,
    You said something that is really true. Most natural antifungals are bactericidal too. Most of the time they are more powerful as bactericidal than antifungal. That is the case of Oragano Oil, Garlic, Caprylic Acid, GSE, etc

    Jorge.

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    benc
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    yes i’ve cut garlic out too, it really effects the skin issues I still have on my hands.

    I very rarely feel any die symptoms anymore, but my hands keep on flaring up, especially after consuming too much garlic. I will now only eat it in dishes it requires.

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