- Deodourized formulation- 100% odour free, no aftertaste.
- Equivalent to 500mg of fresh garlic.
- Supports cardiovascular health and helps to reduce high blood
- NPN 80043450

Odourless Garlic 500

History of using garlic as both food and medicine dates back to Egyptian times when garlic was given to labourers who worked on building pyramid in order to increase their stamina, strength, and immune system. In early 18th century in France, gravediggers drank crushed garlic in wine, believing garlic would protect from the plague. Garlic has been traditionally used in Herbal Medicine to help relieve the symptoms associated with upper respiratory tract and bronchial congestion. Garlic also helps to maintain cardiovascular health and helps to reduce high blood pressure.

The health benefits of garlic can be attributed to its sulfur compound found in bulb. One of the most important sulfur compounds responsible for garlic’s odour, flavour, and healing properties is Allicin.

Chefs and health-conscious people around the world would love garlic for many reasons. It has a unique flavor and aroma, It is loaded with antioxidant, vitamins and minerals including B vitamins and vitamin c, and of course, good for your heart and blood pressure. Unfortunately, this benefit and taste come with ‘garlic breath,’ an unpleasant odour which sometimes persists throughout the day after eating garlic.

Nutridom Odourless Garlic 500 offers the deodourized formula which is 100% free of odour and aftertaste, but retains its health benefits. Each easy to swallow softgel contains 500mg of fresh garlic, with no ‘garlic breath.’ We highly recommended to consumers who are looking for garlic’s health benefit without aftertaste or garlic breath.

Cautions and Warnings

Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen. Consult a health care practitioner if you are pregnant. Consult a health care practitioner if you have diabetes. Consult a health care practitioner if you are taking blood thinners or protease inhibitors.

Known Adverse Reactions

Hypersensitivity (i.e.allergy) has been known to occur; in which case discontinue use.

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This page is not intended to be a comprehensive review of the medicinal ingredient.


80043450 * GARLIC(Allium sativum, Bulb) ... 5MG

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