Wild Garlic

Wild garlic is great ingredient and has become increasingly popular. We love this as wild garlic is an excellent preventative food.
Its long-stemmed young leaves are harvested between March and May and transformed into various culinary treats. As aromatic as garlic, wild garlic has a decisive advantage over its fragrance-intensive relative: Unlike bulb garlic, wild garlic doesn’t lead to unpleasant odors and can therefore be consumed without worrying about who you’re chatting with afterwards!

The delicate greens of the wild garlic plant are also amazing: as they have a cleansing and detoxifying effect and can be beneficial for the gut microbiota when eaten regularly. Digestive complaints such as diarrhea and constipation can be alleviated. Wild garlic also has a surprisingly positive influence on blood pressure and cholesterol levels. It supports cardiovascular health and can have a protective effect against arteriosclerosis. Those prone to skin and hair problems will find their best friend in wild garlic and even with intestinal infection with Candida albicans.

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