We all recognize garlic from its strong aroma from quite a distance. Throughout history, people used this vegetable for flavoring their foods. Its success story has started in ancient Egypt, and later, in early Rome, it was considered as a food for the poor. By today, China is the world’s largest producer and exporter, providing 80% of the world’s garlic production.
Garlic is also famous for its legendary protection power and is the subject of numerous vampire stories. Many cultures and religions incorporate garlic in their belief systems. But where does this mythical power comes from? Join us to explore.
1. Helps with insomnia
In the old days, when there were no artificial pills available, people of certain countries used garlic for helping them sleep well. Was it only because they believed this will protect them against vampires and bad energies? Not at all.
Do you also promise yourself every sleepy morning to go to bed early at night? But then you just toss and turn in your bed for hours? It can be very annoying, and then insomnia effects badly your whole next day. This easy garlic trick might change your life from now on. How is it possible? According to studies, the sulfur compound found in garlic has a calming effect that has a positive impact on one’s sleeping quality. It is definitely worth to try.