Garlic can cause cell death in cancer

3 cloves of garlic contains same antibacterial potency of one adult dose of penicillin.

Common pathogens/bacteria are 1,000 times more likely to develop resistance to antibiotics than garlic.

Garlic has been found to inhibit tumor cell growth, induce tumor stress and stimulate the mitochondrial pathway for apoptosis (cell death) in certain cancer cells, including brain cancer.

Source; The metabolic Approach to Cancer by Dr. Nasha Winters
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