Nature Hero Odorless Garlic Softgel Provides A highly Concentrated Source of Garlic....Great Supplement For Your health Advantage !

No odour
No bad Garlic Breath
Rapid release liquid softgel
No artificial color, flavor or sweetener
No preservatives, sugar, starch, milk, lactose, gluten, wheat, yeast, fish or sodium

Nature Hero Garlic Oil is an Odorless Garlic supplement made from pure organic Garlic, Our exclusive deodorization process buffers the odorous sulfides while maintaining allicin's activity. Allicin is a key component of garlic and responsible for many of its health benefits.


Garlic Facts

Allium sativum, commonly known as garlic, is a species in the onion genus, Allium. Its close relatives include the onion, shallot, leek, chive, and rakkyo. Dating back over 6,000 years, Garlic is native to central Asia, and has long been a staple in the Mediterranean region, as well as a frequent seasoning in Asia, Africa, and Europe. It was known to Ancient Egyptians, and has been used throughout its history for both culinary and medicinal purposes.


Modern science has shown that garlic is a powerful natural antibiotic, can have a powerful antioxidant effect. Garlic may help improve your iron metabolism. Help our blood vessels expand and keep our blood pressure in check. . Modern medicine has found that garlic contains allicin which scavenges hydroxyl radicals (OH). This is turn is thought to prevent LDLs from being oxidised (Cholesterol).


Garlic has 1% of the potency of penicillin and can ward off a number of bacteria such as Listeria, Salmonella, E. coli, Cryptococcal meningitis, Candida albican and Staphylococcus. The problem with most antibiotics is that bacteria develops resistance to them, however this is not the case with garlic.


Garlic promotes heart and cardiovascular health and helps maintain cholesterol levels that are already within the normal range.* Garlic also contains beneficial antioxidant properties.* Our specialized cold processing method preserves the natural goodness while reducing the odor.

Garlic has germanium in it. Germanium is an anti-cancer agent, and garlic has more of it than any other herb. In lab tests, mice fed garlic showed no cancer development, whereas mice that weren't fed garlic showed at least some. In fact, garlic has been shown to retard tumor growth in human subjects in some parts of the world.

Another benefit of garlic is it helps regulate the body's blood pressure. So whether you have problems with low or high blood pressure, garlic can help equalize it.

Garlic helps strengthen your body's defences against allergies; helps loosen plaque from the artery walls; helps regulate your blood sugar levels; and is the best choice for killing and expelling parasites such as pin worms from the human body.


In addition to all these health benefits, garlic is packed with vitamins and nutrients. Some of these include protein, potassium, Vitamins A, B, B2 and C, Calcium, Zinc and many others.
In a 12-week, double-blind, placebo-controlled study, allicin powder was found to reduce the incidence of the common cold by over 50%.


Garlic can thin the blood similar to the effect of aspirin.
Today, we know garlic is an excellent herb for creating and maintaining overall health, but it also has many lesser known, but powerful qualities. For example, many people don't know that it's a naturally powerful antibiotic. This natural antibiotic is effective against toxic bacteria, viruses, and fungus. Available in pills, capsules, liquid and actual raw cloves, garlic is one of the most popular healthy herbs around today.

Garlic helps platelet stickiness or aggregation to help reduce blood coagulation, and promote heart health.

The antioxidant properties of garlic help scavenge harmful free radicals, which can damage LDL (bad) cholesterol in the blood stream.

Garlic also promotes increased bile production to help reduce levels of fat in the liver. Garlic also help ward off coughs and colds.

Garlic and Your Heart


The positive effect of garlic on your circulatory system is extremely well documented and it has been proved to

Lower blood pressure
Decrease platelet aggregation
Lower serum triglycerides and LDL-cholesterol ( the bad type) levels
Increase serum HDL-cholesterol (the good type) and fibrinolysis (the process through which the body breaks up blood clots.)
Plus it stimulates the production of nitric oxide in the lining of blood vessel walls, a substance that helps them to relax
As a result of these beneficial actions garlic helps to prevent arteriosclerosis and thereby reduces the risk of heart attack or stroke.



Historical use


Garlic has been used as both food and medicine in many cultures for thousands of years, dating at least as far back as when the Giza pyramids were built. Garlic is still grown in Egypt, but the Syrian variety is the kind most esteemed now.

Garlic is mentioned in the Bible and the Talmud. Hippocrates, Galen, Pliny the Elder, and Dioscorides all mention the use of garlic for many conditions, including parasites, respiratory problems, poor digestion, and low energy. Its use in China was first mentioned in AD 510.



When crushed, Allium sativum yields allicin, an antibiotic and antifungal compound (phytoncide) discovered by Chester J. Cavallito and colleagues in 1944. It has been claimed that allicin from crushed garlic can be used as a home remedy to help speed recovery from strep throat or other minor ailments because of its antibiotic properties.

Fresh or crushed garlic also affords the sulfur-containing compounds alliin, ajoene, diallyl sulfide, vinyldithiins, S-allylcysteine, and enzymes, B vitamins, proteins, minerals, saponins, flavonoids, and Maillard reaction products, which are not sulfur-containing compounds. Furthermore, a phytoalexin (allixin) was found, a nonsulfur compound with a Y-pyrone skeleton structure with antioxidant effects, antimicrobial effects,[69] antitumor promoting effects,[70] inhibition of aflatoxin B2 DNA binding,[70] and neurotrophic effects. Allixin showed an antitumor promoting effect in vivo, inhibiting skin tumor formation by TPA and DMBA initiated mice.[70] Analogs of this compound have exhibited antitumor promoting effects in in vitro experimental conditions. Herein, allixin and/or its analogs may be expected useful compounds for cancer prevention or chemotherapy agents for other diseases.

Garlic oil may be useful as an anticoagulant. An anticoagulant is a substance that prevents the blood from clotting. In rats, garlic oil was found to provide anticoagulant effects and it prolonged bleeding time, in a study published in March 2007 in "Food and Chemical Toxicology." The garlic oil was rich in diallyl trisulfide, the organic sulfur found in plants in the garlic family. The effective dose was 5 mg for every 2.2 lbs. of body weight in rats.



Evidence suggests that garlic oil may have liver-protecting abilities. A study published in July 2008 in "Chemico-Biological Interactions" found that in mice with clinically-induced liver damage, garlic oil displayed anti-fatty liver effects. Fatty liver disease is a reversible condition where cholesterol fats accumulate in the liver and can lead to side effects such as weight loss, fatigue and abdominal pain.

Garlic oil may help reduce inflammation in the body. Although a normal function of the immune system, inflammation can become imbalanced and lead to painful conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis. A study published in 2009 in "Planta Med" found that garlic oil regulated the immune function of T cells, which reduced inflammation. T cells are a type of white blood cell that normally protects the body from infection and disease such as cancer.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease