Garlic has analgesic properties and treats toothache.
It regulates blood sugar by raising insulin levels.
Its powerful antioxidant neutralizes free radicals that cause aging and disease.
By diluting the blood, it prevents the blood from clotting, thus reducing the risk of stroke.
Garlic is one of the most important popular products in Iran due to its type of planting, holding and harvesting, and it is in the production basket of agricultural products and export basket with very high added value.
Russia, the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Iraq and the United Arab Emirates are Iran’s export destinations.
Garlic is planted from the first cold of the region until the end of November. Planting garlic in the spring will reduce the size of the garlic, and it may germinate before winter and destroy the cold.
Usually, you have to wait until mid-spring or early summer to export fresh garlic, depending on the cultivated area. Otherwise, dried garlic should be exported.
Direct sunlight spoils the garlic, and the heat helps the garlic to smell better. Hang uncooked garlic cloves in the wire basket in the corner of your kitchen or juicer and out of direct sunlight.
It is best to place the garlic in a cool, dry place or in the refrigerator and use as needed. If you use a refrigerator, keep them in a plastic bag with a zipper so that the odor does not spread inside the refrigerator.