Like all of our extracts, Garlic Spice Drops do not require cooking in order to taste great. Our extracts retain all the natural goodness of the plants, so adding Garlic Spice Drops at the end of cooking or to raw dishes is the equivalent of eating raw garlic as the active compound (allicin) is not destroyed.
Spice Drops are concentrated extracts that retain all the natural goodness and authentic taste of the herbs, fruits and flowers.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
For best results, use it in the final stages of preparation or just before serving. For drinks, add the drop(s) first in the container and pour the drink on top. Shake well before use. If stored correctly, stays fresh for up to 3 years shelf from the manufacturing date.
Spice Drops mix easily with your chosen food and drink. We match the proportion of emulsifier to each concentrated spice extract. Water-soluble. Fat-soluble. Emulsifier is derived from plants.
NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURINGS. NO ARTIFICIAL PRESERVATIVES. NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVOURINGS.
Add 1 drop to 200ml liquid, or more for a stronger flavour.
3 drop = 1 clove of garlic.
Emulsifier – polysorbate 80 and garlic extract (15%).
NET WEIGHT: 5ml
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Use in Ayurveda
Dosha Karma – Impact on Doshas
Pacifies kapha and vata. Aggravates pitta.
Dhathu Karma – Impact on Body
Nourish all the dhathus- rasayana. Purify rakta dhathu. Nourish asthi dhathu- promotes hair growth, fracture healing. Nourishes sukla dhatu – aphrodisiac.
Therapeutic Uses of the Spice or Herb in Ayurvedic Medicine
Used in cough, cold, asthma, helminthiasis, flatulent colic, anorexia, leukoderma and other skin conditions, used as an emmenagogue and tonic, improves hair growth, skin colour and general health.
Side effects when consumed in large doses
Excess intake lead to burning sensation, nausea.
*The information on this website is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information pertaining to your personal needs please see a qualified health practitioner.