People with liver problems
As an antibacterial and antiviral food which kills bacteria, people think eating garlic does prevent hepatitis. But this healthy vegetable can’t be eaten for treatment of the hepatitis virus.
Certain elements in garlic can stimulate the stomach and intestines, which might inhibit the secretion of digestive juice in the intestinal tract and affect the food digestion. It will lead to aggravated symptoms such as nausea. Furthermore, intensified use of garlic can lead to anemia because its components decrease red blood cells and hemoglobin.
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The spicy raw flavor of garlic can further stimulate the intestines in patients with diarrhea, leading to intestinal mucosal hyperemia and edema aggravation, which makes the issue worsen. So, when you have diarrhea, do not consume garlic.
People with eye diseases
Eye disease patients with poor health should not eat garlic. Consuming garlic for a prolonged period may damage the liver and eyes, and can trigger hypopsia, tinnitus, memory loss, etc.
Patients before surgery
It is important to remember that you need to stop eating garlic at least two weeks before going under the knife. It may extend bleeding.
Pregnant women and women breastfeeding
Taken in normal amounts, garlic is safe to eat during pregnancy. However, garlic is possibly not safe when used in medicinal amounts during pregnancy and breastfeeding, as there is not enough information about the safety of using garlic in these cases.
People with low blood pressure
Garlic lowers the blood pressure, so people with this condition can end up with even lower blood pressure.