What is Allimax good for?

Allimax is a great choice for treating a variety of bacterial, viral and fungal infections including: Acne. Animal Bites. Athlete’s Foot.

Where is Allimax made?

The allicin used in Allimax is made with healthy, raw garlic bulbs grown near Valencia, Spain. Each are carefully selected to ensure they contain significant enzyme activity ( from alliinase enzymes) to produce optimal potency.

How much allicin is in Allimax?

Ingredients: Allimax Capsugel vegetarian size “3” capsules contain 180 mg AlliSure AC-23 concentrated natural allicin extracted from fresh garlic. The casing is Non-GMO Maltodextrin.

Is Allimed the same as Allimax?

What is the difference between Allimax, AlliUltra and Allimed? Simply put, Allimed is the most effective brand because it contains the most Allisure. Like Allimax and AlliUltra, it is available both in liquid and capsules.

How long does it take for allicin to work?

One of the health promoting components found in garlic is this enzyme that allows the formation of allicin. The trick is that chopping your garlic is needed for allicin to form. This process takes up to 10 minutes.

Is allicin a blood thinner?

The anticoagulant made from allicin is called ajoene, from the Spanish for garlic, ajo. Eric Block, of the State University of New York at Albany, who announced the results, said previous findings of garlic’s blood-thinning properties were wrong and based on uncoordinated efforts.

Can you take too much allicin?

According to several studies, it is found that garlic is loaded with a compound called allicin, which can cause liver toxicity if taken in large quantities.

Does garlic contain allicin?

Allin is an amino acid found in fresh garlic. This enzyme converts the amino acid into allicin. The compound is one of the main active components of garlic and what gives it its distinct taste and scent. Pure allicin only remains stable in freshly crushed or cut garlic for a short time.

How much allicin can you take a day?

Dosages generally recommended in the literature for adults are 4 g (one to two cloves) of raw garlic per day, one 300-mg dried garlic powder tablet (standardized to 1.3 percent alliin or 0.6 percent allicin yield) two to three times per day, or 7.2 g of aged garlic extract per day.

Can you take allicin daily?

What are the side effects of allicin?

Few side effects and health risks have been tied to allicin use….The compound may cause issues such as:

  • Belching.
  • Gas.
  • Nausea.
  • Diarrhea.
  • Heartburn.

How much allicin should I take a day?

How are allimax capsules and liquid sprays made?

Allimax Capsules – Cremes – Liquids – Sprays. Allimax® supports your body’s immune system through natural Allicin, a natural organosulfur compound, extracted from fresh, raw garlic using a crushing, filtration and temperature controlled extraction process that dissolves pure allicin in water.

What’s the difference between allimax and allicin Max?

Allicin Max appears to be the exact same thing only CHEAPER!! You get 90 capsules of Allicin Max for around the same price of 30 capsules of Allimax. I love this stuff because unlike pHARMaceutical antibiotics, this doesn’t have any nasty side effects and you can’t really overdose on it.

What kind of cream is used for allimax?

Garlic has been used since the Egyptians and Romans realized that it enhanced their physical endurance. Guaranteed 100% yield of pure stabilized Allisure AC-23. Allimax Liquid and Cream can be applied to any part of the body.

What kind of garlic do you use for allimax?

Allimax is stabilized allicin, a natural organosulfur compound, extracted from fresh, raw garlic using a crushing, filtration and temperature controlled extraction process that dissolves pure allicin in water. We use garlic from the beautiful lands of Spain.