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Allicin is the major biologically active component of garlic. First reported by Cavallito and Bailey in 1944, allicin is the key ingredient responsible for the broad-spectrum of antibacterial activity in garlic.
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Allicin is a natural defence mechanism of garlic. It is produced when garlic bulbs are crushed, or attacked by bacteria, microbes or fungi. Allicin is a naturally volatile compound but the stabilised allicin is available in the form of… Continue reading