Answer: Side effects that may occur when using garlic may include any of the following: gastrointestinal disturbances, heartburn and flatulence in sensitive individuals. Contact dermatitis may also occur in rare cases.
Answer: Garlic can be safely used when taking blood thinners, although the dose should be monitored due to the blood thinning effects of garlic. We suggest you discuss taking garlic while on blood thinners with a physician prior to using.
Answer: Nature Made herbal supplements are made to strict quality standards of purity, potency and release. Most products are produced without artificial colors or flavors. The few products that do contain artificial colors will state this in the ingredient listing on the label.
Answer: Yes. This manufacturing process is very effective for the garlic to retain its natural components.
Answer: Allicin is not an added ingredient. This is a naturally occurring active ingredient in garlic.
Answer: Garlic is one of the most widely used herbal supplements because studies show it may help support normal blood cholesterol levels already within the normal range.
Answer: Dietary Supplements are regulated under the FDA through DSHEA (Dietary Supplement Health & Education Act of 1994).