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On consuming raw garlic
Started by acain
Posted: June 1, 2018 at 22:09
So am I understanding correctly, that while eating raw garlic may have some health benefits, it doesn't act the way an antibiotic would to help clear an infection when you take it orally. That in order to help clear an infection it must some how come in direct contact with the infection site its self. And it will kill certain bacteria, but again, only if the bacteria comes into contact with the raw garlic. Is this right?
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Re: On consuming raw garlic
Reply #1 by Bob Anderson
Posted: June 2, 2018 at 03:43
acain -

Yes, that's correct. That's how I discovered the remarkable things natural raw garlic could do.

Back in 1995 I got a staph infection in my left index finger. I knew what it was because I had a couple of them before and I knew I was going to have to get a shot and some prescription antibiotics but I had heard that garlic could kill staph so I decided to eat a lot more garlic than usual and see what happened. Well, after three weeks my finger was extremely painful, swollen and discolored and about 10:30 one night I got desperate and decided that wasn't working so I crushed a small clove of a medium hot garlic and put it directly on the sorest part of the finger for a few seconds and it felt like I set my sore finger on fire and was the hottest thing I had ever experienced and I panicked for a while wondering what I was going to do next to relieve the pain and in about 45 seconds it subsided and went away and was replaced by a throbbing sensation and I felt greatly better and relaxed and went to sleep.

When I awoke around six the following morning, my finger was half the size it was the night before less purplish and it didn't hurt anymore so I decided to try that again, I didn't care how much it hurt but when I applied the garlic. no pain at all so I went to work and put in a full day and at 10:30 that night, my finger was half the size it was that morning and looked better and so I treated it again and again, no pain and I went to sleep and when I woke up, my finger was normal. Three weeks of eating garlic and no benefit but 32 hours after direct contact and the staph was gone.

This happened before I learned to dilute garlic in water to prevent the burning sensation. Garlic water baths really work because of the magnetic attraction to each other and the destruction of the bacterium when they meet.

Eating garlic helps in many general ways but simply cannot kill a raging staph infection; only direct contact can do that.

Hope this helps0.

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Re: On consuming raw garlic
Reply #2 by Bob Anderson
Posted: June 2, 2018 at 04:50
acain -

Yes, that's correct. That's how I discovered the remarkable things natural raw garlic could do.

Back in 1995 I got a staph infection in my left index finger. I knew what it was because I had a couple of them before and I knew I was going to have to get a shot and some prescription antibiotics but I had heard that garlic could kill staph so I decided to eat a lot more garlic than usual and see what happened. Well, after three weeks my finger was extremely painful, swollen and discolored and about 10:30 one night I got desperate and decided that wasn't working so I crushed a small clove of a medium hot garlic and put it directly on the sorest part of the finger for a few seconds and it felt like I set my sore finger on fire and was the hottest thing I had ever experienced and I panicked for a while wondering what I was going to do next to relieve the pain and in about 45 seconds it subsided and went away and was replaced by a throbbing sensation and I felt greatly better and relaxed and went to sleep.

When I awoke around six the following morning, my finger was half the size it was the night before less purplish and it didn't hurt anymore so I decided to try that again, I didn't care how much it hurt but when I applied the garlic. no pain at all so I went to work and put in a full day and at 10:30 that night, my finger was half the size it was that morning and looked better and so I treated it again and again, no pain and I went to sleep and when I woke up, my finger was normal. Three weeks of eating garlic and no benefit but 32 hours after direct contact and the staph was gone.

This happened before I learned to dilute garlic in water to prevent the burning sensation. Garlic water baths really work because of the magnetic attraction to each other and the destruction of the bacterium when they meet.

Eating garlic helps in many general ways but simply cannot kill a raging staph infection; only direct contact can do that.

Hope this helps.

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