Can Garlic Cure Hepatitis?

- Nov 11, 2019-

As we all know, garlic this very common food has so many functions and effects. Such as, strong sterilization, lowering blood sugar, detoxifying the intestines, protecting liver function, preventing colds and so on. Garlic is necessary for people, because garlic is a seasoning that can't be separated from cooking when cooking. In particular, garlic has the functions to sterilize, prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, and detoxify and other medicinal effects. So that people are increasingly favoring the use of garlic to maintain health. Today, let's see if can garlic cure hepatitis?


Nowadays, most people with bad livers are male friends. Because male friends often need to go to socialize, they often drink alcohol and smoke. This is very bad for your liver, and it is likely that there will be liver diseases. In this case, it is necessary to pay attention to the diet. Because liver is a more important statement in people's body. If it is a problem, it is likely to cause a series of health problems. So people with liver illness can eat garlic exactly?

Although garlic has antibacterial and antiviral effects, it is not good for hepatitis patients. In daily life, hepatitis patients should avoid to eat garlic. So far, there have been no reports of garlic against hepatitis virus and garlic in the treatment of viral hepatitis. On the contrary, some components of garlic have a stimulating effect on the stomach and intestines, which can inhibit the secretion of intestinal digestive juice, affect food digestion, thereby aggravating many symptoms such as nausea of hepatitis patients. These are not conducive to the treatment of hepatitis. In addition, the volatile components of garlic can reduce red blood cells and hemoglobin in the blood, and may cause anemia, which is not conducive to people with hepatitis.

Many people believe that garlic has antibacterial and antiviral effects.  Eating garlic to prevent hepatitis and even some people still eat garlic every day after suffering from hepatitis. This behavior is extremely detrimental to hepatitis patients.


Pharmacological studies have shown that garlic contains volatile garlic, spicy bacillus, dysentery, paratyphoid bacillus, tuberculosis, diphtheria,


Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, meningococcus, Vibrio cholerae, etc., have antibacterial effects. In addition, it has an inhibitory effect on rickettsia, amoeba, vaginal trichomoniasis and certain pathogenic fungi. Affect the digestion of appetite and compound. Can aggravate many symptoms of hepatitis patients anorexia, greasy and nausea.