UK: Garlic supplements can reduce chances of contracting common cold by more than 50%
Garlic has been widely used for years to stave off the symptoms of the common cold, but, apparently for the first time, scientists have provided some hard evidence of its medicinal properties. Research led by Peter Josling, director of the Garlic Centre in East Sussex, has shown that taking a garlic supplement every day significantly decreases the chances of contracting a common cold.
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