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Garlic is a perennial plant that’s closely related to the onion, shallot and leek. It does not grow in the wild, but is widely cultivated in the United States, as well as France, Spain, Italy and Mexico. Garlic, also known as Allium sativum, dates back over 6000 years. It’s been used throughout history for both culinary and medicinal purposes. Native to central Asia, it has been a staple in the Mediterranean region for some time! Even as far back as 1,500 B.C., garlic was known for its medicinal powers. It was recommended as a cure for many illnesses including parasites, respiratory problems, poor digestion, low energy, heart disease and tumors.
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