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Garlic is generally safe; however, some individuals who are sensitive to it may experience heartburn and flatulence. Because of garlic's anticlotting properties, persons taking anticoagulant drugs should check with their nutritionally oriented doctor before taking garlic. Those scheduled for surgery should inform their surgeon if they are taking garlic supplements. There are no known contraindications to the use of garlic during pregnancy and lactation." [Healthnotes Online, Web article about Arteriosclerosis.]
Latin Name: Allium Sativum
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