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    Garlic

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    Garlic Garlic has been used for thousands of years as a food additive and as medicine in China (Han 1993). The name is of Anglo-Saxon origin, derived from gar (a spear) and lac (a plant), referring to the shape of its leaves. It belongs to the Liliaceae family and genus Allium, which has more than 600 available species. Included in this family are onions, shallots, leeks, Japanese bunching onions, Chinese and common chives. Mostly all Allium crops originate from the main center of Allium diversity

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    Garlic: A Taste for Health

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    Garlic: A Taste for Health Culinary garlic is one of the most medically studied herbs today. it has been cultivated since the Neolithic period around 10,000 BC. This bulb has flavored the food of hunters and nomads after the discovery of its intensively robust flavor. The summarians (2600 BC-2100 BC) were actively practicing the healing powers of garlic, and some believe the summarians to have introduced garlic to China, from where it later spread to Japan and Korea. However, some taxonomists

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    Cummun nemi: Gerloc Butenocel nemi: Alloam setovam Femoly: Leloeciei Femoly (Brean & Cuhin 2010, p.466). Pert asid midoconelly: Balb end uol frum thi gerloc balb (Brean & Cuhin 2010, p.466). Mejur cunstotaints: • Alloon end edinusoni eri thi mejur entopletilit cunstotaints on gerloc thet elluw gerloc tu hevi midoconel prupirtois (Agerwel 1996). • Allocon • Flevunuods sach es myrociton, epoginon end qaircinton • Vuletoli uol oncladong salphar (Foshir 2009, p.155) • Dosalphodi, doellyl trosalphodi

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    The Medicinal Purposes of Garlic

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    One claim where additional research is being done on is the affect of garlic on cardiovascular disease (CVD). According to the American Heart Association, one in every three American adults has one or more types of CVD. The most common types of CVDs include high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, heart failure and stroke. CVD has been the number one cause of death in America since 1900, with the exception of 1918. On average, 2,300 Americans die each day from some type of CVD (American Heart

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    Garlic Fighting Fungus

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    are found to be effective in killing bacteria and viruses. Garlic is known for its ability to fight bacteria and viruses. It is known to be affective against a wide range of bacteria and also has the ability to combat the common cold. Other notable medicinal benefits of garlic are its ability to reduce heart disease. Garlic has been intensively studied, and numerous large studies have shown that taking supplements that mimic fresh garlic can significantly lower low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol

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    Ingredients: 4 tablespoons olive oil 3 Ib. lean lamb meat (Cut into cubes) ½ cup all-purpose flour Salt and pepper 3 carrots (Peeled and chopped) 2 yellow onions (Finely chopped) 1 teaspoon ground cumin ¼ teaspoon saffron threads 3 garlic cloves (Minced) 1 teaspoon ground ginger 2 ½ cup chicken stock 1 cup chopped dried dates 1 can tomatoes (Crushed) 1 orange juice and grated zest 2 tablespoons parsley (Finely chopped) Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 180ºC 2. In a pot

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    Essay About Lumpia

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    where you are going to deep fry the lumpia, spoons and measuring spoons for the correct amount of ingredients you are going to put. For the ingredients and vegetables, you need vegetable or canola oil, beef, two cloves garlic(crushed), one teaspoon of fround black pepper, salt, garlic powder, soy sauce, and the two tbsp. chopped onion, one finely grated carrot, wrappers and two cups of canola oil. Precooking the meat, put one tablespoon of vegetable oil or canola oil in a wok. Place the beef in a hot

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    Bram Stoker's Dracula

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    scared by saying, “It’s dark” and “I ought to go home now.” The setting could be improved by adding tomb-stones and mysterious dark shapes in the background. Act 3 scene 6 is set in Jonathan’s bedroom at night. Mina says in the play “flowers of garlic were hung from the window frames”, which suggests she was scared of Dracula. She also has a crucifix on the table. Mina says “the night air touched my face”, setting a ghostly scene. The setting could be improved by having Dracula bursting his

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    Crickets

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    Insects have been a nuisance to man since the beginning of time, up until the present. One of the plagues that struck Egypt was swarms of crickets, and locusts, which destroyed crops, and ate entire fields. Swarms of Crickets can cover up to 210 km. There have been cases of up to 100,000,000,000 insects in a swarm (one hundred billion). In these huge masses, they can completely destroy the land and everything on a farm. I chose to do this experiment because when I am at camp I am constantly

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    Trends In Economic Botany: The Rising Use Of Herbal Supplements The use of herbal remedies to treat health problems in humans is a tradition that dates back many centuries. A precursor to modern, Western pharmaceuticals, traditional healers used herbs to treat a wide range of ailments and afflictions. While many are familiar with their use by American Indians, the practice of herbal therapy dates back to ancient Chinese and Egyptian healers. Herbs were used in ancient times to treat anything

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