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Ajo

¿Qué es?

El ajo es una hierba. Es más conocido como un condimento para las comidas. Pero a través de los años, el ajo se ha usado como una medicina para la prevención de un amplio rango de enfermedades y condiciones. El diente fresco de ajo o suplementos hechos del diente de ajo se utilizan para los medicamentos.

El ajo se utiliza para muchas condiciones relacionadas con el corazón y el sistema sanguíneo. Estas condiciones incluyen la presión arterial alta, el colesterol alto, las enfermedades de las arterias coronarias del corazón, los ataque del corazón y el endurecimiento de las arterias. (arterioesclerosis). Algunos de estos usos están apoyados por la ciencia. El ajo puede ser eficaz para frenar el desarrollo de la arterioesclerosis y al parecer puede reducir levemente la presión arterial.

Algunas personas usan el ajo para la prevención del cáncer de colon, del cáncer del recto, del cáncer del estómago, del cáncer de mamas, del cáncer de la próstata y del cáncer de los pulmones. También se usa para el tratamiento del cáncer de próstata y del cáncer de la vejiga.

El ajo ha sido probado para el tratamiento del agrandamiento de la próstata (la hiperplasia benigna de la próstata (HBP)), la diabetes, la osteoartritis, la fiebre de heno (rinitis alérgica), la diarrea de viajero, la presión arterial alta en los últimos meses de embarazo (preeclampsia), los resfríos, y la influenza. También se usa para aumentar el sistema inmunológico, para prevenir las mordeduras de garrapatas y para el tratamiento de infecciones bacterianas y de hongos.

Otros usos incluyen el tratamiento de la fiebre, la tos, el dolor de cabeza, el dolor de estómago, la congestión de los senos nasales, el pie de atleta, la gota, el reumatismo, los hemorroides, el asma, la bronquitis, la falta de aliento, la presión arterial baja, el azúcar baja en la sangre, el azúcar alta en la sangre y las mordeduras de serpientes. También se usa para combatir el estrés y la fatiga y para mantener el funcionamiento normal del hígado.

Algunas personas aplican el ajo a la piel para el tratamiento de las infecciones de hongos, las verrugas y los callos. Hay algunas pruebas que apoyan el uso tópico del ajo para las infecciones de hongos como la tiña, el prurito del jockey y el pie de atleta; pero la eficacia del ajo para las verrugas y callos es todavía incierta.

Hay mucha variación entre los productos de ajo que se venden con propósitos medicinales. La cantidad de alicina, el ingrediente activo y la fuente del olor distintivo del ajo, varía de acuerdo al método de preparación. La alicina es inestable, y se transforma muy rápidamente en otra sustancia química. Algunos fabricantes se aprovechan de esto y envejecen el ajo para hacerlo sin olor. Desgraciadamente, esto también disminuye la cantidad de alicina y compromete la eficacia del producto. Algunas preparaciones y productos de ajo sin olor podrían contener muy poca alicina, o bien nada. Los métodos de preparación que involucran aplastar el diente de ajo fresco liberan más alicina. Algunos productos tienen una recubierta (recubierta entérica) para protegerlo de los efectos del ácido en el estómago.

El ajo es un condimento que se usa comúnmente en la comida pero ahora algunos científicos han sugerido que también podría tener un papel como un aditivo para prevenir la intoxicación por alimentos. Hay cierta evidencia que indica que solo el ajo fresco y no el ajo envejecido puede matar, en el laboratorio, ciertas bacterias como el E. coli, el Estafilococo áureos resistente a los antibióticos y la Salmonella enteriditis.

¿Qué tan efectivo es?

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database (La Base Exhaustiva de Datos de Medicamentos Naturales) clasifica la eficacia, basada en evidencia científica, de acuerdo a la siguiente escala: Eficaz, Probablemente Eficaz, Posiblemente Eficaz, Posiblemente Ineficaz, Probablemente Ineficaz, Ineficaz, e Insuficiente Evidencia para Hacer una Determinación.

La clasificación de la eficacia para este producto es la siguiente:

Posiblemente eficaz para...

  • Endurecimiento de las arterias (ateroesclerosis). El envejecimiento disminuye la elasticidad y flexibilidad de las arterias. El ajo parece reducir este efecto.
  • Cáncer de colon y de recto. La investigación sugiere que la ingesta de ajo reduce el riesgo de desarrollar cáncer de colon y de recto. La investigación sugiere que la ingesta diaria de altas dosis de extracto de ajo durante 12 meses reduce el riego de desarrollar nuevos tumores. Sin embargo, otro suplemento a base de ajo no parece presentar el mismo beneficio.
  • Cáncer de estómago. Cierta evidencia sugiere que la ingesta de ajo puede reducir el riesgo de desarrollar cáncer de estómago. Sin embargo, la ingesta de extracto de ajo añejo especifico (Kyolic, Wakunaga Pharmaceutical Co.) for durante aproximadamente siete años no parece reducir este riesgo.
  • Hipertensión arterial. Cierta investigación muestra que el ajo puede reducir la presión arterial en personas con hipertensión arterial en un 7 u 8%. Tambien parece disminuir la presion arterial en personas con presión arterial normal. La mayoría de los estudios usaron un polvo de ajo específico (Kwai, from Lichtwer Pharma).
  • Picaduras de garrapatas. Las personas que consumen altas dosis de ajo durante más de 5 meses parecen reducir el número de picaduras de garrapata.
  • Dermatofitosis (Tiña). La aplicación de un gel que contiene 0.6% de ajoeno, un químico presente en el ajo, parece ser tan efectico como un antimicótico para tratar la dermatofitosis.
  • Tiña inguinal. La aplicación de un gel que contiene 0.6 ajoeno, un químico presente en el ajo, parece ser tan efectico como un antimicótico para tratar la tiña inguinal.
  • Pie de atleta. La aplicación de un gel que contiene 1% de ajoeno, un químico presente en el ajo, parece ser efectico para tratar el pie de atleta. Un gel con ajo que contiene 1% de ajoeno parece ser efectico como medicamento para tratar el pie de atleta como el Lamisil.

Posiblemente ineficaz para...

  • Cáncer de mama. La ingesta de ajo no parece reducir el riesgo de desarrollar cáncer de mama.
  • Fibrosis quística. La investigación sugiere que la ingesta diaria de aceite de ajo durante 8 semanas no mejora la función pulmonar, los síntomas o la necesidad de antibióticos en niños con fibrosis quística e infección pulmonar.
  • Diabetes. Cierta investigación sugiere que la ingesta de un producto específico con ajo (Allicor) junto con la ingesta de medicamentos para la diabetes durante 4.24 semanas puede reducir los niveles de azúcar en la sangre, el colesterol y los triglicéridos en personas con diabetes. Sin embargo, análisis de investigaciones sugieren que el ajo no parece tener efecto en los niveles de azúcar en la sangre o el colesterol en perdonas con o sin diabetes.
  • Colesterol alto heredado. En niños con altos niveles de lipoproteína de baja densidad en la sangre (LDL o colesterol “malo”), la ingesta de un extracto de ajo en polvo no parece mejorar los niveles de colesterol o presiona arterial.
  • Infecciones causadas por la bacteria llamada H. Pylori. El uso del ajo por vía oral para la infección con H. pylori se veía promisorio debido a las pruebas de laboratorios que mostraban actividad contra el H. pylori. Sin embargo, cuando se usa dientes de ajo, polvo de ajo o aceite de ajo en los seres humanos, no parece ayudar a tratar a personas infectadas con H. pylori.
  • Colesterol alto. Es contradictoria la investigación sobre los efectos del ajo sobre los niveles de colesterol y triglicéridos. Sin embargo, si se toman en cuenta solo los estudios de alta calidad, los investigadores han concluido que el ajo no baja en forma significativa los niveles de colesterol y los niveles de triglicéridos.
  • Cáncer del pulmón. El tomar ajo no parece reducir el riesgo de cáncer del pulmón.
  • Repelente de insectos. La ingesta de ajo no ayuda a repeler los mosquitos.
  • Dolor en las piernas asociado con mala irrigación sanguínea (vasculopatía periférica). La ingesta de ajo durante 12 semanas no parece reducir el dolor en las piernas debido a la mala circulación sanguínea en las pierna.
  • Hipertensión arterial durante el embarazo (preeclampsia). Cierta evidencia preliminar sugiere que la ingesta diaria de un extracto específico de ajo (Garlet) durante el tercer mes de embarazo no reduce el riesgo de desarrollar hipertensión arterial en mujeres con un alto riesgo de sufrir de hipertensión arterial o que están embarazadas por primera vez.

Insuficiente evidencia para hacer una determinación para...

  • Caída del cabello (alopecia). La investigación preliminar sugiere que la aplicación de un gel que contiene 5% de ajo junto con un esteroide tópico durante tres meses estimula el crecimiento de cabello en personas que sufren la caída del cabello.
  • Dolor de pecho (angina). Cierta investigación sugiere que la administración de ajo por vía intravenosa (IV) durante 10 días reduce el dolor de pecho en comparación con la nitroglicerina intravenosa.
  • Hiperplasia benigna de la próstata (HBP). Hay evidencia preliminar que indica que le tomar ajo por vía oral podría ayudar a mejorar el flujo de orina, a disminuir la frecuencia urinaria y otros síntomas asociados con HBP.
  • Resfrió común. Investigaciones preliminares sugieren que el ajo podría disminuir la frecuencia y el número de resfríos cuando se toma para la prevención.
  • Obstrucción arterial (arteriopatía coronaria). Cierta investigación sugiere que la ingesta de un producto específico con ajo (Allicor) durante 12 meses reduce el riesgo de muerte súbita y de ataque cardiaco en personas con riesgo de desarrollar obstrucción arterial. Otra investigación sugiere que la ingesta de un suplemento que contiene ajo añejo podría prevenir más obstrucción arterial.
  • Callos. Estudios preliminares sugieren que el aplicar algunos extractos de ajo a los callos en los pies dos veces al día produce una mejoría. Un extracto de ajo que se disuelve en las grasas produce un efecto después de solo 10 a 20 días de tratamiento, mientras que un extracto soluble en agua puede demorar hasta 2 meses antes de mostrar una mejoría.
  • Cáncer de esófago. Es contradictoria la investigación preliminar sobre el uso de ajo para prevenir el cáncer de esófago. Cierta evidencia sugiere que la ingesta de ajo crudo no previene el riesgo de desarrollar cáncer de esófago. Sin embargo, otra investigación sugiere que la ingesta de ajo semanalmente evidencia sugiere que la ingesta de desarrollar cáncer de esófago.
  • Dolor muscular después del ejercicio físico. La evidencia preliminar sugiere que la ingesta diaria de alicina, un químico presente en el ajo, durante 14v días puede reducir el dolor muscular en atletas después del ejercicio físico.
  • Rendimiento atlético. Cierta investigación preliminar sugiere que la ingesta de una dosis de 900 mg de ajo antes del ejercicio físico puede disminuir la resistencia en atletas jóvenes.
  • Tejido mamario grumoso (enfermedad fibroquística de las mamas). La investigación preliminar sugiere que la ingesta de un producto a base de una combinación específica (Karinat) que contiene ajo, betacaroteno, vitamina E y vitamina C dos veces por día durante seis meses reduce la gravedad del dolor en las mamas, el síndrome premenstrual y el tejido mamario grumosos en personas con enfermedad fibroquística de las mamas.
  • Inflamación estomacal (gastritis). La investigación preliminar sugiere que la ingesta de un producto a base de una combinación específica que contiene ajo (Karinat) dos veces por día durante seis meses mejora la digestión, detiene el crecimiento de cierta bacteria (H. pylori), y reduce el riesgo de sufrir cáncer de estómago en personas con inflamación de estómago. No obstante, no se ha determinado el efecto del ajo de manera aislada.
  • Hepatitis. Cierta investigación sugiere que la ingesta de aceite de ajo junto con difenil-dimetil-dicarboxilo mejora la función hepática en personas con hepatitis. No obstante, son poco claros los efectos del ajo de manera aislada.
  • Falta de aire y bajos niveles de oxígeno asociados con enfermedad hepática (síndrome hepatopulmonar). Cierta investigación sugiere que el aceite de ajo podría mejorar los niveles de oxígeno en personas con síndrome hepatopulmonar.
  • Saturnismo. La investigación sugiere que la ingesta diaria de ajo durante 4 semanas puede reducir las concentraciones de plomo en la sangre en personas con saturnismo. Sin embargo, no parece ser más beneficioso que la mejor que la D-penicilamina.
  • Cáncer de ciertas células de médula ósea (mieloma múltiple). Cierta investigación sugiere que la ingesta de ajo podría disminuir el riesgo de desarrollar cáncer de células plasmáticas en la médula ósea.
  • Cáncer de ciertas células de médula ósea (mieloma múltiple). Cierta investigación sugiere que la ingesta de ajo podría disminuir el riesgo de desarrollar cáncer de células plasmáticas en la médula ósea.
  • Cáncer de próstata. Los hombres en China que comen alrededor de un clavo de ajo al día parecen tener un 50% menos riesgo de desarrollar cáncer de próstata. Sin embargo, la investigación realizada en hombres iraníes sugiere que la ingesta de ajo no presenta ningún efecto sobre el riesgo de riesgo de sufrir cáncer de próstata. No se sabe si este mismo beneficio tiene aplicación a los hombres de los países occidentales.Cierta investigación preliminar sugiere que la ingesta de suplementos de ajo podría disminuir el riesgo de desarrollar cáncer de próstata o disminuir los síntomas asociados con el cáncer de próstata.
  • Verrugas. Evidencia preliminar sugiere que el aplicar una vez al día un extracto de ajo soluble en grasas a las verrugas en las manos remueve las verrugas en 1 a 2 semanas. Un extracto de ajo soluble en agua también parece ayudar pero después de 30 a 40 días de tratamiento.
Es necesario tener más evidencia para poder aprobar el ajo para estos usos.

¿Cómo funciona?

El ajo produce una sustancia química llamada alicina. Esta parece ser la que hace que el ajo funcione para el tratamiento de ciertas afecciones. La alicina es también responsable del olor del ajo. Algunos productos se pueden hacer “sin olor” envejeciendo el ajo, pero este proceso lo puede hacer también menos efectivo. Es buena idea buscar suplementos que estén recubiertos (recubiertas entéricas) de manera que se disuelvan en el intestino y no en el estómago.

¿Hay preocupación por la seguridad de su uso?

El ajo es PROBABLEMENTE SEGURO cuando se lo ingiere. Se ha informado un uso seguro del ajo hasta un periodo de siete años en investigaciones realizadas. Cuando se lo ingiere por vía oral, el ajo puede causar mal aliento, sensación de sensación de ardor en la boca o el estómago, acidez, flatulencias, náuseas, ardor en el cuerpo y diarrea. Estos efectos secundarios se intensifican cuando se ingiere ajo crudo. El ajo podría aumentar el riesgo de hemorragia. Se informó casos de hemorragia después de la cirugía en personas que han ingerido ajo. Se informó casos de asma en personas en contacto con ajo, por lo que podría haber otras reacciones alérgicas.

El ajo es POSIBLEMENTE SEGURO cuando se aplica sobre la piel. Se informó el uso de geles, pastas dentales y enjuagues bucales con ajo durante un máximo de tres meses. Sin embargo, cuando se lo aplica sobre la piel, el ajo podría ser causar lesiones en la pile parecidas a una quemadura.

Advertencias y precauciones especiales:

Embarazo y lactancia: El ajo ES PROBABLEMENTE SEGURO en mayoría de las mujeres embarazadas si se toma en las cantidades en las que se encuentra normalmente en los alimentos. El ajo NO ES POSIBLEMENTE SEGURO durante el embarazo y la lactancia si se usa en cantidades medicinales. No hay suficiente información confiable acerca de la seguridad de usar ajo sobre la piel si está embarazada o amamantando. Sea precavida y evite su uso.

Niños: El ajo ES POSIBLEMENTE SEGURO para los niños si lo toman por vía oral y en forma apropiada por un tiempo corto. Sin embargo, el ajo NO ES POSIBLEMENTE SEGURO cuando se toma en dosis altas. Algunas fuentes sugieren que altas dosis de ajo podrían ser peligrosas e incluso mortales para los niños; pero la razón para esta advertencia no se conoce. No hay informes disponibles que reporten algún evento adverso significativo o casos de muertes de niños asociados al uso de ajo por vía oral. Cuando se lo aplica sobre la piel, el ajo podría ser causar lesiones en la piel parecidas a una quemadura.

Trastorno de sangrado: El ajo, especialmente el ajo fresco, podría aumentar el sangrado.

Tiene problemas estomacales o digestivos: El ajo puede producir irritación del tracto gastrointestinal (GI). Si tiene problemas estomacales o digestivos Utilícelo con precaución.

Baja presión arterial: El ajo puede disminuir la presión arterial. En teoría, la ingesta de ajo podría disminuir abruptamente la presión arterial en personas presión arterial baja.

Cirugía: El ajo podría prolongar el sangrado. Deje de tomar ajo por lo menos 2 semanas antes de un procedimiento quirúrgico.

¿Existen interacciones con medicamentos?

Serias
No tome esta combinación
Isoniazida (INH, Nydrazid)
El ajo puede disminuir la cantidad de isoniazida (Nydrazid, INH) que es absorbida por el cuerpo. Esto puede disminuir la eficacia de la isoniazida (Nydrazid, INH). No tome ajo si está tomando isoniazida (Nydrazid, INH).
Medicamentos usados para el VIH/SIDA (Los Inhibidores No Análogos de los Nucleósidos de Transcriptasa Reversa (INNRT))
El cuerpo descompone los medicamentos usados para el VIH/SIDA para deshacerse de ellos. El ajo puede aumentar la rapidez con que el cuerpo descompone algunos medicamentos para el VIH/SIDA. El tomar ajo junto con medicamentos usados para el VIH/SIDA puede disminuir la eficacia de algunos medicamentos usados para el VIH/SIDA.

Algunos de estos medicamentos usados para el VIH/SIDA incluyen nevirapina (Viramune), delavirdina (Rescriptor) y efavirenz (Sustiva).
Saquinavir (Fortovase, Invirase)
El cuerpo descompone el saquinavir (Fortovase, Invirase) para deshacerse de él. El ajo puede aumentar la rapidez con que el cuerpo descompone el saquinavir. El tomar ajo junto con saquinavir (Fortovase, Invirase) podría disminuir la eficacia del saquinavir (Fortovase, Invirase).
Moderadas
Tenga cuidado con esta combinación
Ciclosporina (Neoral, Sandimmune)
El efecto de las preparaciones de ajo en la ciclosporina puede variar. Algunas preparaciones de ajo que contienen alicina podrían disminuir la eficacia de la ciclosporina. Sin embargo, otras preparaciones de ajo que contienen aliina y aliinasa no parecen disminuir tener este efecto. Hasta que no se tenga más información sobre esta posible interacción no tome ajo si esta tomando ciclosporina.
Medicamentos alterados por el hígado (Sustratos del citocromo P450 2E1 (CYP2E1))
Algunos medicamentos son alterados y descompuestos por el hígado. El aceite de ajo puede disminuir la rapidez con que el hígado descompone algunos medicamentos. El tomar aceite de ajo junto con medicamentos que son alterados por el hígado puede aumentar los efectos y los efectos secundarios de su medicamento. Antes de tomar aceite de ajo converse con su proveedor de atención médica si toma medicamentos que son alterados por el hígado.

Algunos medicamentos que son alterados por el hígado incluyen acetaminofeno, clorzoxazona (Parafon Forte), etanol, teofilina y fármacos utilizados durante la cirugía tales como enflurano (Ethrane), halotano (Flothane), isoflurano (Forane) y metoxyflurano (Penthrane).
Medicamentos alterados por el hígado (Sustratos del citocromo P450 3A4 (CYP3A4))
Algunos medicamentos son alterados y descompuestos por el hígado. El ajo puede aumentar la rapidez con que el hígado descompone algunos medicamentos. El tomar ajo junto con medicamentos que son descompuestos por el hígado puede disminuir la eficacia de algunos medicamentos. Antes de tomar ajo converse con su proveedor de atención médica si toma medicamentos que son alterados por el hígado.

Algunos medicamentos que son alterados por el hígado incluyen algunos medicamentos para el corazón llamados bloqueadores del canal de calcio (diltiazem,nicardipina,verapamil), medicamentos para el cáncer (etoposida, paclitaxel, vinblastine, vincristina, vindesina), medicamentos anti-hongos (ketoconazol, itraconazol), glucocorticoides, alfentanyl (Alfenta), cisaprida (Propulsid), fentanyl (Sublimaze), lidocaina (Xylocaine), losartan (Cozaar), midazolam (Versed) y otros.
Medicamentos para la presión arterial alta (medicamentos antihipertensivos)
El ajo podría disminuir la presión arterial en ciertas personas. La ingesta de ajo junto con medicamentos usados para disminuir la presión arterial alta podría causar una marcada disminución de la presión arterial. No ingerir demasiado ajo si ingiere medicamentos para la presión arterial alta.

Ciertos medicamentos para la presión arterial alta incluyen la nifedipina (Adalat, Procardia), verapamil (Calan, Isoptin,Verelan), diltiazem (Cardizem), isradipina (DynaCirc), felodipina (Plendil) y amlodipina (Norvasc) entre otros.
Medicamentos que retardan la coagulación sanguínea (Anticoagulantes / fármacos Antiplaquetarios)
El ajo puede retardar la coagulación sanguínea. El tomar ajo junto con medicamentos que también disminuyen la coagulación puede aumentar las posibilidades de sufrir hematomas y pérdida de sangre.

Algunos medicamentos que retardan la coagulación sanguínea incluyen aspirina, clopidogrel (Plavix), diclofenac (Voltaren, Cataflam, otros), ibuprofeno (Advil, Motrin, otros), naproxeno (Anaprox, Naprosyn, otros), dalteparina (Fragmin), enoxaparina (Lovenox), heparina, warfarina (Coumadin) y otros.
Píldoras anticonceptivas (Medicamentos Anticonceptivos)
Algunas píldoras anticonceptivas contienen estrógeno. El cuerpo descompone el estrógeno en las píldoras anticonceptivas para deshacerse de él. El ajo podría aumentar la descomposición del estrógeno. El tomar ajo junto con píldoras anticonceptivas podría disminuir la eficacia de las píldoras anticonceptivas. Si toma píldoras anticonceptivas junto con ajo, use un método adicional de control de la natalidad como por ejemplo un condón.

Algunas píldoras anticonceptivas incluyen etinil estradiol y levonorgestrel (Triphasil), etinil estradiol y noretindrona (Ortho-Novum 1/35, Ortho-Novun 7/7/7) y otras.
Warfarina (Coumadin)
La warfarina (Coumadin) se usa para retardar la coagulación sanguínea. El ajo podría aumentar la eficacia de la warfarina. El tomar ajo junto con warfarina (Coumadin) podría aumentar las posibilidades de sufrir hematomas y pérdida de sangre. Asegúrese de controlar su sangre periodicamente. Su dosis de warfarina puede necesitar ser cambiada.

¿Existen interacciones con hierbas y suplementos?

Aceites de pescado (que contienen ácido eicosapentaenoico (EPA))
El aceite de pescado puede retardar la coagulación sanguínea. El ajo también puede retardar la coagulación sanguínea. El tomar ajo y aceites de pescado juntos podría aumentar las posibilidades de sufrir hematomas y pérdida de sangre en algunas personas.
Hierbas y suplementos que podrían disminuir la presión arterial
El ajo podría disminuir la presión arterial. Si se lo ingiere junto con otras hierbas y suplementos que tienen el mismo efecto podría causar una marcada disminución de la presión arterial en ciertas personas. Algunos de estos productos incluyen andrographis, péptidos de caseína, uña de gato, coenzima Q10, aceite de pescado, L-arginina, licio, ortiga brava, teanina y otros.
Hierbas y suplementos que podrían retardar la coagulación sanguínea
El usar ajo junto con otras hierbas que pueden retardar la coagulación sanguínea podría aumentar las posibilidades de sufrir de hematomas y pérdida de sangre en algunas personas. Estas otras hierbas incluyen angélica, clavos de olor, salvia miltiorrhiza, jengibre, ginkgo, trébol rojo, cúrcuma, vitamina E, sauce y otras.

¿Existen interacciones con alimentos?

No se conoce ninguna interacción con alimentos.

¿Qué dosis se utiliza?

POR VIA ORAL:
  • Para la presión arterial alta:
    • Se toma 600-1200 mg de extracto de ajo tres veces al día.
    • Se ha estudiado para este uso el polvo de ajo estandarizado para que contenga 1.3% de aliina.
    • Se ha usado entre 600 mg a 7.2 gramos por día de extracto de ajo añejo. Tipicamente, el ajo añejo contiene solamente 0.03% de aliina.
    • También se ha usado 4 gramos de ajo fresco (aproximadamente un diente) una vez al día. Tipicamente, el ajo fresco contiene 1% de aliina.
  • Para prevenir el cáncer del colon, del recto y del estómago: Se usa 3.5 a 29 gramos a la semana de ajo fresco o cocido.
USO TOPICAL:
  • Para infecciones de hongos a la piel como por ejemplo infecciones de tiña se usa ajoene, un ingrediente del ajo, en una crema de 0.4%, un gel de 0.6% o de 1% y se aplica 2 veces al día por una semana.

Otros nombres

Aged Garlic Extract, Ail, Ajo, Allii Sativi Bulbus, Allium sativum, Camphor of the Poor, Glove Garlic, Garlic Clove, Garlic Oil, Lasun, Lasuna, Nectar of the Gods, Poor Man’s Treacle, Rason, Rust Treacle, Stinking Rose.

Metodología

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