Garlic grows up to 0,6 m in height and it produces hermaphrodite flowers. It’s used in cooking world wide and its healing effects have been recognized for hundreds of years ago. It’s commonly known for its strong smell and taste.
Only sky is the limit for using garlic as an herb. You can eat it raw (extremely healthy), you can make tea out of it (definetly healthy, even though it sounds a little strange), ointments to the chest and so on. And of course, you can give it as an sacrifice to nature.
Allium Saticum in latin.
Helps to heart diseases, common cold, to high cholesterol and many others, even to prevent cancer.
Of course, don’t use it in food if you are allergic.