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Abstract

THE ROLE OF GARLIC IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS: A REVIEW

K. S. Girhepunje*, Varsha Gupta, Rajesh Jain and O. P. Singh

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Life style modification diseases are very much common in present era. These diseases are linked with the way people live their life as well as food they eat in day to day life. Atherosclerosis is a common type of life-style disorder where the fatty deposits partially clog or totally block blood flow in large, important vessels of the body such as aorta and the blood vessels to the heart and brain. Atherosclerosis is basically caused by macrophages, white blood cells and fats that accumulate in the various arteries. This causes blockage of arteries and mostly responsible for cardiovascular and stroke incidences. Garlic (Allium sativum) is very much effective in Atherosclerosis and can be taken as single drug therapy due to its benefits and cost effective value. Garlic exhibits direct antiatherogenic as well as antiatherosclerotic effects on the arterial walls. Various studies have been done to evaluate the effects of Garlic and it proved the anti atherosclerotic effect of Garlic. It has both anti-atherogenic and anti-atherosclerotic effects at the level of artery wall. So Garlic seems to be a promising drug for the Atherosclerosis-related diseases in the present era.

Keywords: Atherosclerosis, Garlic, Blood.


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