Allimed and Allicin and what if can do for you.

Posted by Kathy on 8/29/2017 to News

Did you know that garlic supplements have the potential to lower blood pressure in hypertensive individuals, to regulate slightly elevated cholesterol concentrations, and to stimulate the immune system?  Garlic supplements are highly tolerated and may be considered as a complementary treatment option for hypertension, slightly elevated cholesterol, and stimulation of immunity. Love me some Allimed.  Also helps in fighting SiBO.

What is Stable Allicin?

Posted by Health Journey on 5/27/2017 to News
What is stable allicin?  Well, allicin is a compound that is formed when you crush fresh raw garlic. There are two properties in the garlic that come together in the presence of oxygen, which forms allicin. However, allicin has a short stinky shelf-life and it doesn’t last very long so a few years ago is wonderful scientists in the UK developed stabilized form of allicin called allisure.  Allimed Capsules. Allimed Liquid. Allimed Cream.

What is Allimed?

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Allimed is the strongest concentration of Allisure available. You can purchase it in the liquid form, a capsule, and a topical gel. It’s considered professional strength and it’s our big gun of immune support. Allimed CapsulesAllimed LiquidAllimed Gel.

Liquid Allimed or Allimed Capsules?

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Is Allimed Safe?

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Is Allimed safe? Yes Allimed has been tested 100% safe even in extremely high amounts; however take common-sense precaution. The liquid is very spicy; you would want to try it on yourself first before you would give it to your child. You need to speak with your doctor and let him know all the supplements that you’re taking and if you have surgery planned.  You probably want to stop garlic in advance you just need to speak with your doctor about that. IT DOES HAVE BLOOD THINNING PROPERTIES, but it is shown to not interfere with warfarin or any blood thinning medications.  Use common-sense, start small and work up slowly, especially with the liquid. Speak to your Allimed consultant if you have questions about giving Allimed to children.  Allimed CapsulesAllimed LiquidAllimed Gel.

How Long will My Allimed Supply Last?

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How long will your supply of Allimed last? Well, the capsules are easy. If you take three capsules per day, they’ll last you about a month. They’re 100 count bottles. If you take six per day, it will last you halfway through the month, 14 days 15 days. The liquid takes a little more thought. If you take a maintenance dose, one square per day a one ounce per month is about what you’ll go through. If you take a half a teaspoon per day, which is approximately three driver falls, you’re going to go through about two and a half ounces per month so you need to plan accordingly. Allimed CapsulesAllimed LiquidAllimed Gel.

Is My Allimed Working?

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How do you know if your Allimed is working? Well, I call Allimed my big gun of immune support supplements. You should see improvement, some improvement within five to seven days and as always be in touch with your Allimed consultant to your dose as needed. Allimed CapsulesAllimed LiquidAllimed Gel.

Allimed v. Other Products

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What is the difference between Allimed and all the other Alli-products out there? Well Allisure is the main active ingredient. It’s the only stabilized allicin on the market and Allimed is the highest concentration that you can purchase and is considered professional strength. Allimed CapsulesAllimed LiquidAllimed Gel.

Can I Eat Garlic to Get Allicin?

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Can I eat garlic to get allicin?  Well, absolutely you could eat raw garlic; however, here’s a fun fact about Allimed… six drops of Allimed liquid or one capsule is equal to a hundred and fifty garlic cloves. Allimed CapsulesAllimed LiquidAllimed Gel.

Can I Take Allimed with Food?

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Can you take Allimed on an empty stomach? Absolutely! There should be no reason that you can’t take your Allimed on an empty stomach and I think it works better when you have less food in your stomach. However, if you have a history of intestinal issues, you might want to take it with a little bit of food. Allimed CapsulesAllimed LiquidAllimed Gel.