VAULT DWELLERS SERVED

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Garlic Wins Again, Quacks and Cranks Lose

Garlic doesn't build antibiotic resistance because it is not really an antibiotic at all in the pharmaceutical sense.

The best way to get it is through the bulbs, second best is through capsules.

5 comments:

Rowan said...

I'd look into coconut oil or at least the MCT aspect too. It's also extremely shelf stable and a highly suitable fat for humans, recommended for all vault dwellers. It's one of the big ones along with Cinnamon and Garlic.

Now for something completely -foaming at the mouth- different.

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Rowan said...

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More 50's porn.

Seriously, my own country (Britain) can't even work out how to salt a runway during winter.

Melonhead said...

My stack...

Current supplements:
Damage Control Master Formula multi-vitamin (http://primalblueprint.com/products/Damage-Control-Master-Formula.html)
Melatonin
Krill oil (lots of Omega-3s)
Tongkat Ali
Maca
Epimedium Extract
Tribulus terrestris
American Ginseng
Asian Ginseng
Muira Puama

Current focus foods:
Indian long pepper (http://vetbiotech.um.ac.ir/parameters/vetbiotech/filemanager/new_admin/Selected%20Articles/series_8/nature10167.pdf)
Himalayan pink salt
Iodized salt
Turmeric
Extra-virgin cold-pressed coconut products (mostly homemade these days)
Wet-processed, 100% Arabica bean, high-altitude coffee beans
Green tea
Black tea
Garlic
All leafy spices like sage and thyme
Cayenne pepper
Sauerkraut
Bovine colostrum
Cheese products (mostly homemade these days, for the casein)
Butter (sometimes homemade)
Xylitol
Oily fish (sardines, wild salmon, etc.)
Red meat (preferring wild or pasture feed, for the creatine)
Bananas (for the seratonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine)
Pineapples (for the bromelain)
Alkali-processed dark chocolate (anti-cancer and strength building)
Honey

Supplements I'm considering:
Astragalus (for the telomere lengthening)
Aspirin
Frankincense

Foods I avoid:
White sugar
Soy

-Melonhead

hereticsway said...

In my experience garlic is most useful when I just nibble on a raw clove.
Cooked, it's not nearly as effective for medicinal use.

There's nothing like raw garlic for rapidly settling a stomach that feels upset, heavy, or bloated.
Perhaps only tequila/mezcal and juniper berries are in the same league.

hereticsway said...

In my experience garlic is most useful when I just nibble on a raw clove.
Cooked, it's not nearly as effective for medicinal use.

There's nothing like raw garlic for rapidly settling a stomach that feels upset, heavy, or bloated.
Perhaps only tequila/mezcal and juniper berries are in the same league.

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