I have a difficult time swallowing pills but have an issue with getting boils ever so often which are extremely painful.
The only thing that seems to help with this problem is eating raw garlic.
I just recently purchased a bottle of Allicillin and wanted to know if it was as effective to pop the gel tabs and just drink the juice.
Comments from Inna:
Thank you Mee for your submission. It's a great question.
That’s just horrible. Those boils are so painful.
There might be a different natural approach to boils.
You know; it's important to understand that if you get a relief from Allicillin you may have some kind of ongoing bacterial or parasitic infection the needs to be medically addressed.
You can use Allicillin; it's as effective as garlic or even better. It's a really great natural product.
This Allicillin™ formulation is the first ever commercially available garlic supplement containing really large amounts of ajoene and dithiins. Ajoene and dithiins are the most active compounds formed from garlic.
Allicillin™ softgels contain 200 mg Garlicillin®. Garlicillin® is a blend of garlic oil macerate and garlic oil containing 1mg of ajoene and dithiins.
Since the discovery and identification of ajoene and dithiins, there have been many studies that have demonstrated their related health benefits, which may include: Anti-bacterial, Anti-lipidemic, Anti-fungal, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-parasitic, Anti-tumorigenic and Anti-mutagenic, Anti-thrombotic and Anti-platelet.
This new enteric coated softgel contains the same garlic oil macerate oil that was used in the previous powdered, encapsulated product.
The purpose of the enteric coated softgel is to lessen the strong garlic odor and repeating that sometimes occurs from supplementing garlic.
Allicillin™ softgels with 200mg Garlicillin® is up to several times more potent than a typical 500 mg non-standardized garlic oil macerate product, and is our most powerful product for protection against all types of pathogens.
Generally speaking, taking this product benefits a lot of patients unless they take blood thinners, have ulcers,
allergy to garlic or have other rare conditions preventing them from taking this product. It does benefit so many patients.
But only your health care practitioner can recommend products you personally.
You may want to consider a few natural options to improve your health: You want to make sure that your diet has enough greens and enough healthy, lean proteins. You need a good amount of healthy fats with every single meal.
Coconut oil is really great anti-inflammatory. Incorporate coconut oil in your cooking, shakes and salads. If you have troubles getting enough healthy protein during your busy day consider getting great quality protein shake powder. I have great product called PaleoMeal DF on my Beneficial Products page.
Also, getting boils, in natural medicine sometimes means that you may need help detoxifying and that your liver needs support with filtering all that toxic junk out of your system. Your liver may simply need a good liver flush and it can’t do it because it’s possibly has congested ducts.
That may happen due to stagnation like lack of exercise or just being too stressed. Once your liver is too congested all the toxic waste needs to come out from the different route like your largest organ of the body, your skin. And when the skin has to get rid of the stuff your liver couldn’t you may just get acne, boils and other unpleasant skin conditions. Milk Thistle can help with liver detixification. You can find it on the same page: Beneficial products.
So your best bet is to first cleanse the colon with something like organic psyllium, cleanse the liver and only then you can go with a natural treatment like garlic. Let me know if you need organic psyllium and I will refer you to the page.
Otherwise great garlic potential cannot bring you full benefits if it’s not absorbed properly into your system.
Let me know if you need more information.