Daily

What is garlic?

Drug Class: Alternative Therapy – Unclassified

Availability: Prescription sometimes needed

Pregnancy: Consult a doctor before using

Lactation: Does not adversely affect lactation

PrecautionsPrecautions

  • Not recommended during pregnancy.
  • Product not FDA reviewed for safety or efficacy.
  • Do not take more than package label recommends
  • Not recommended during pregnancy.
  • Product not FDA reviewed for safety or efficacy.
  • Do not take more than package label recommends
  • Call doctor if you are not getting better
  • Review all drugs you are taking with your doctor
  • May reduce effectiveness of hormone contraceptives
  • Call Dr. if bloody nose, gums or bruising occur

  • For capsule products : Tell Dr/dentist on drug prior to any surgery.
  • For tablet, delayed release products : Swallow whole tablet. Do not break, chew or crush.

What are side effects of Garlic?Any warnings while using Garlic?Does Garlic interact with any drugs?How to use Garlic?What if you missed a dose of Garlic?What if you overdose on Garlic?

For informational purposes only. Consult a medical professional for advice.

Reviewed by a panel of doctors. Source: First Databank

Was this helpful?

  • People also askWhat are the bad effects of garlic?What are the bad effects of garlic?When taken by mouth, garlic can cause bad breath, a burning sensation in the mouth or stomach, heartburn, gas, nausea, vomiting, body odor, and diarrhea. These side effects are often worse with raw garlic. Garlic may also increase the risk of bleeding.

    Precautions

    • Not recommended during pregnancy.
    • Product not FDA reviewed for safety or efficacy.
    • Do not take more than package label recommends
    • Not recommended during pregnancy.
    • Product not FDA reviewed for safety or efficacy.
    • Do not take more than package label recommends
    • Call doctor if you are not getting better
    • Review all drugs you are taking with your doctor
    • May reduce effectiveness of hormone contraceptives
    • Call Dr. if bloody nose, gums or bruising occur

    • For capsule products : Tell Dr/dentist on drug prior to any surgery.
    • For tablet, delayed release products : Swallow whole tablet. Do not break, chew or crush.

    What are side effects of Garlic?Any warnings while using Garlic?Does Garlic interact with any drugs?How to use Garlic?What if you missed a dose of Garlic?What if you overdose on Garlic?

    For informational purposes only. Consult a medical professional for advice.

    Reviewed by a panel of doctors. Source: First Databank

    Was this helpful?What are the bad effects of garlic? When taken by mouth, garlic can cause bad breath, a burning sensation in the mouth or stomach, heartburn, gas, nausea, vomiting, body odor, and diarrhea. These side effects are often worse with raw garlic. Garlic may also increase the risk of bleeding.

    What are the disadvantages of garlic? Another disadvantage: Garlic and onion are strong tissue irritant. You know as well as I do, if you just take garlic and place it on the skin, what’s going to happen? The longer you keep it there, the more irritated the skin will become. In the end, it’s going to blister and rash, but hopefully, you don’t get there.

    Is garlic good for you or bad for You? Garlic is not bad for you. Although there are times when excessive amounts of garlic pose health risks, garlic is good for the overall wellness of the body. Most doctors recommend adding garlic to your regular diet for its health benefits.

    Which form of garlic is best? The best form of garlic is raw cloves. Since cooking partly destroys the ability of garlic to produce allicin, you have to eat garlic raw to get most of its benefits.

    What are the dangers of garlic?

    What are the dangers of garlic? Blood toxicity. In its raw state, garlic can promote botulism when soaked in oils. Stomach lining irritation is one of the most frequent side effects of moderate garlic consumption. Blood thinning effect is substantial when moderate amounts of garlic are used on a daily basis. Inhalation of garlic vapors can trigger an asthma attack.

    What are the side effects of eating raw garlic? Common side effects (especially when eating raw garlic) may include: unpleasant breath or body odor; heartburn, burning in your mouth or throat; nausea, vomiting, gas or.

    Is it bad to eat too much garlic? Garlic, especially when you consume too much, can have some unpleasant side effects such as bad breath, burning of the mouth, diarrhea, body odor and vomiting. These side effects typically occur when you consume too much raw garlic. Garlic can also increase your risk of bleeding.

    What are symptoms of too much garlic? Of course eating garlic can result in bad breath, and eating too much garlic can cause nausea, vomiting, heartburn and gas. These symptoms largely come into effect when consuming raw garlic.