• Antioxydant: l’ail noir possède un niveau très élevé d’antioxydants, 10 fois plus que l’ail commun, et 2000 fois plus que la vitamine E. C’est un des antioxydants les plus efficaces que l’on connaît. Il contribue à prévenir les dommages causés par une mauvaise alimentation, la contamination atmosphérique, la contamination électromagnétique, le stress... Il apporte un grand soutien dans les cas de maladies chroniques et dégénératives, où se produit un grand stress oxydatif.

• Digestifs: Il aide à améliorer les digestions lentes et lourdes, aussi bien que les flatulences et la distension abdominale. Il peut aider à combattre des processus inflammatoires ou d’altération de la muqueuse gastrique. Il régule le transit intestinal et favorise la croissance d’une flore bactérienne saine.

• Circulatoires: Il contribue à prévenir des problèmes coronaires, tels des infarctus, des angines et des ischémies. Il améliore la circulation et la micro circulation, il prévient l’athérosclérose, il dépure le sang, il aide à détendre les parois et favorise la dés-inflammation artérielle, agissant comme un antihypertenseur.

• Il contribue à la bonne santé du foie: c’est un grand dépuratif qui favorise la stimulation enzymatique de la détoxification. Il contribue à l’élimination de métaux lourds (Mercure, Plomb, ...)

• Contribue à la bonne santé du système immunitaire : il aide à entretenir un système immunitaire fort et en bonne santé. Il accroît la réponse de lymphocytes et de cytokines. Il agit comme un modérateur dans les cas des troubles auto-immunes.


• Vivifiant: il augmente l’énergie et le rendement. Il stimule une réponse adéquate au stress.


• Respiratoires: il fluidifie les muqueuses, il module la réponse inflammatoire. C’est un anti- asthmatique et un dépuratif pulmonaire. Il possède un effet antiseptique. Il est conseillé pour les fumeurs et pour les personnes exposées à des contaminants atmosphériques.


• Métaboliques: favorise le métabolisme adéquat du glucose, du cholestérol et des triglycérides.


• Endocriniens: Module le fonctionnement des glandes endocriniennes. Favorise la bonne santé de la thyroïde, du pancréas et des glandes surrénales et sexuelles.


• Urogénitaux: Contribue à la bonne santé rénale. Possède un fort effet diurétique. Peut favoriser une bonne menstruation à cause de ses propriétés circulatoires. Aide à améliorer la fonction prostatique.

 

• Peau: Favorise la formation de kératine et du collagène, améliorant la fermeté et l’élasticité de la peau. Apaise l’eczéma et les allergies cutanées. Combat les bactéries et les champignons, en plus d’aider à combattre l’acné. Le zinc, le manganèse, le cuivre et le soufre qu’il contient, contribuent à la bonne santé de la peau, des cheveux et des ongles.

 

• Système Nerveux : Améliore la qualité du sommeil et agit comme un adaptogène, c’est à dire, une substance qui améliore la résistance.

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