Garlic has been around for thousands of years as food and medicine. Findings have shown that garlic has been used when the Giza pyramids were built. Hippocrates, also known as “the father of Western medicine,” prescribed garlic for a wide range of conditions such as parasites, poor digestion, and fatigue. The Original Olympic athletes in Ancient Greece used garlic as a “performance enhancing” agent used in sports.

The history continues and spread throughout the world and has been used to treat many symptoms of diseases. Garlic contains essential elements including sulfur, copper, vitamin C, selenium, and minerals that are highly beneficial for hair growth. The copper in garlic promotes hair growth, thickens your hair, and intensifies hair color.