Wild Garlic Leaf Powder

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Latin Name : Allium Ursinum

Wild garlic has long been used for medicinal health throughout the world, known for its many “anti” qualities, including antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antimicrobial, and antioxidant.

Wild garlic is both an antibiotic and antibacterial, aids in digestion, and is known for helping in reducing blood pressure (as all garlic does but wild garlic has the greatest effect) as it is a vasodilator.

Present-day herbals also recommend wild garlic as a stomach tonic, and for conditions that benefit from an improved flow of bile and increased urination; it can be used to relieve cramps and tackle obesity.

Wild Garlic in the form of bath is ideal for everyone who suffers from problematic skin, inflammatory processes on the skin, skin irritation, eczema and dermatitis.

Recuperating properties of wild garlic are additionally proficient for purifying the body from poisons.  Wild garlic cleans the liver, kidneys, insides and nerve bladder.


As a healing herb, wild garlic can be drunk as a tea, taken as a macerated oil (for example, in olive oil), or eaten raw in salads and sandwiches. With a little olive oil, it is also very suitable for use in pesto, instead of basil. Or use ramson in aioli and vinaigrettes.
Some people are allergic to plants related to garlic and reported side effects from taking wild garlic range from bad breath and stomach upsets to allergic reactions. Overindulgence in the herb might also cause flatulence and heartburn. Duke cautions that it may thin blood and therefore is not suitable for people taking blood-thinning medication. In any case you should consult with your healthcare doctor before using any herb especially if you’re taking other medications or having health problems.

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