GARLIC TIDBITS FROM GLAMPIRE
Composer / producer / vocalist / multi-instrumentalist Glampire was kind enough to provide us with some garlic info!
1) If you put a small clove each up your nostrils when you suffer a stuffy
nose it can really help in the healing process. Be careful! I knew about a
guy did this and fell asleep and he sucked one down his throat and almost
2) Raw uncooked Garlic will destroy any ill bacteria in your intestines. It
has a natural antibiotic affect in the digestive tract and intestines.
Nice wake up drink if you are under the weather:
3 Medium cloves of Garlic
1 medium Grapefruit
1/4 tea spoon of cyan pepper.
look out! This drink kicks ass!
3) A great expectorant for bronchial congestion.
Good luck with the site! All the best! Here's to garlic!!
Peace n Glitta Hutch!
For more of Glampire's views on garlic,
check out the WHO EATS IT
And for more on Glampire, visit his site
DOES GARLIC WARD OFF VAMPIRES?
Maybe not! In late 1994, results of a study
in Norway were released indicating that garlic may actually ATTRACT vampires! Since no actual vampires were available for study, another type of bloodsucker was used instead - leeches. When given the choice of a hand smeared with garlic or a clean one, two out of three times the leeches went to the garlic. And then, the leeches used an average of 14.9 seconds to attach themselves to the garlic hand, while it took them 44.9 to start sucking blood from the clean one.
We are in the process of contacting various vampire experts for their opinion on the matter, so stay tuned!
WHAT IS GARLIC?
Garlic is a root crop (meaning the bulb grows underground) native to Central Asia. It was highly prized by the Eqyptians, so much so that they even used as currency. Theres's over 300 kinds of garlic, and in America alone, over 250 million pounds of it is consumed each year.
Check back soon for more info on garlic, and in the meantime visit the sites listed below if you want to know more.
GARLIC LINKS :
Here are some interesting sites we've found containing information about Garlic!
VEGETABLE GARDENING: GARLIC :http://gardenersnet.com/vegetable/garlic.htm/
THE GARLIC INFORMATION CENTRE :
Gotta Love Garlic!http://www.newhomemaker.com/garden/garlic.html
Learn2 Prepare Garlichttp://www.learn2.com/08/0857/0857.asp