Mountain Bear’s Garlic
Bear’s Garlic /Allium ursinum/
As a member of the genus Allium, bear garlic is closely related to herbs such as onions (Allium cepa), garlic (Allium sativum), leeks (Allium ampeloprasum), and onions (Allium schoenoprasum).
Its botanical name, Allium ursinum, comes from the Latin ursus, which means bear. It is called bear garlic because it is a real spring delicacy for bears that have just woken up from their hibernation.
The plant is native to moist shady forests in Europe and North Asia. Wild garlic is an attractive spring flowering perennial that can be grown for both decorative and culinary purposes.
Vitamins:yeast contains vitamin A, vitamin PP, vitamin B1, vitamin B6, vitamin B9
Minerals: potassium, calcium, sulfur, fluorine, manganese, iodine, copper, iron, zinc and selenium, magnesium;
Other substances: sulfur compounds, phenols, steroid glycosides, lectins isolated from bulbs, roots and leaves, harvested in April; polysaccharide-rich bulbs – mostly fructans; a number of fatty acids – palmitic, linoleic, oleic, palmitoletic, stearic, alpha-linolenic, myristic; gamma-glutamyl peptides and many amino acids – asparagine, glutamine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, arginine, alanine, glycine, threonine, a rich source of adenosine. It contains a relative abundance of pigments compared to other plants of the genus Allium.
Wild garlic with bearish strength
Health benefits of wild garlic
Medically speaking, there are several remarkable uses of wild garlic, including in the treatment of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, upset stomach and chronic diseases, among others. Garlic can be used internally or topically as an herbal supplement or added to poultices and other home remedies. Here are some of the well-known health benefits of using wild garlic in your daily life.
Treats chronic diseases
The active ingredients in wild garlic have the ability to neutralize the activity of free radicals before it can lead to cell mutation and oxidative stress in various parts of the body. The active ingredients in wild garlic have the ability to neutralize the activity of free radicals before it can lead to cell mutation and oxidative stress in various parts of the body.
Improves heart health
Garlic is known to have a calming effect on high blood pressure, which can reduce the risk of atherosclerosis, heart attack and stroke. In addition, wild garlic can lower overall cholesterol levels, keeping your heart in good shape as you age.
Treats stomach problems
Antibacterial and antifungal compounds found in this wilder form of garlic can help balance the bacterial flora in the gut, helping to soothe inflammation, bloating, cramps, constipation and other stomach problems that can be dealt with.
Among other benefits, wild garlic helps cleanse the gastrointestinal system of germs and bacteria. So its regular consumption can be used as a prophylaxis against serious diseases.
High cholesterol and blood pressure
Due to the presence of some important minerals, wild garlic leaves help people who suffer from high cholesterol and triglycerides in their blood as well as high blood pressure. Due to the presence of some important minerals, wild garlic leaves help people who suffer from high cholesterol and triglycerides in their blood as well as high blood pressure.
Inflammation and infections
Consumption of fresh wild garlic has a beneficial effect on intestinal parasites. It helps protect the intestines from irritation and also protects the body from colds and flu. Helps treat bronchitis because it clears the airways, relieves breathing and reduces cough.
Good for the skin
Wild garlic in the form of a bath is good for people who suffer from problem skin, inflammatory processes on the skin, skin irritation, eczema, and dermatitis.
Helps with detoxification
The restorative properties of wild garlic are able to cleanse our body of toxins. To be more precise, wild garlic cleanses the liver, kidneys and bladder.
Fatigue during the change of seasons affects many people. Often the lack of certain vitamins – calcium, potassium, iron and others.
Traditional uses and benefits of wild garlic Ramzons produce sulfide compounds similar to those found in garlic and onions, and appear to have similar medical effects, including antifungal and antimicrobial properties and cardiovascular benefits. It is especially effective in reducing high blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels.