Garlic

I doubt garlic added to the feed does much in the way of bug repelling, but please be aware that if fed to excess, it may cause a hemolytic anemia. As to what constitutes excess, 0.5% of the animals body weight of the plant. (I would suspect that is dried weight, but also suspect that the toxic constituents are in higher concentrations in the bulbs.) So, please keep in mind, that just because a little is good, a lot is not necessarily better.... ...

Garlic

(Allium) These hardy bulbs grow wild in many parts of the world. Many of the varieties are commonly known vegetables such as the Chives, Garlic, Leek, Onion, Ramp and Shallot. Many kinds are grown for their pretty clusters of flowers, which come in an array of colors during the spring and summer. Some of the smaller kinds are great for the rock gar...
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Garlic

A pungent, popular bulb vegetable of the onion family. Available in numerous fresh and dried forms.
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garlic

[n] - bulbous herb of southern Europe widely naturalized 2. [n] - aromatic bulb used as seasoning
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Garlic

Garlic: A perennial herb of the lily family cultivated for its pungent, edible bulbs. Garlic has been used with the intention of lowering blood pressure and cholesterol. Allergic reactions, skin inflammation, and stomach upset have been reported due to garlic. Bad breath is a notorious accompaniment. Studies in rats have shown decreases in male rat...
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Garlic

Gar'lic noun [ Middle English garlek , Anglo-Saxon gārleác ; gar spear, lance + leác leek. See Gar , noun , and Leek .] 1. (Botany) A plant of the genus Allium ( A. sativum is the cultivated vari...
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garlic

1. <botany> A plant of the genus Allium (A. Sativum is the cultivated variety), having a bulbous root, a very strong smell, and an acrid, pungent taste. Each root is composed of several lesser bulbs, called cloves of garlic, inclosed in a common membranous coat, and easily separable. ... 2. A kind of jig or farce. Garlic mustard, a European p...
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garlic

ail noun aromatic bulb used as seasoning
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Garlic

• (n.) A kind of jig or farce. • (n.) A plant of the genus Allium (A. sativum is the cultivated variety), having a bulbous root, a very strong smell, and an acrid, pungent taste. Each root is composed of several lesser bulbs, called cloves of garlic, inclosed in a common membranous coat, and easily separable.Garlic: words in the definitio...
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garlic

(species Allium sativum), bulbous perennial plant of the lily family (Liliaceae). The plant`s bulbs are used as a flavouring. A classic ingredient ... [2 related articles]
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Garlic

Allium sativum
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garlic

garlic: see onion.
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Garlic

Garlic (Allium sativum) is a hardy perennial plant, allied to the onion, of the family Liliaceae with an edible bulb divided into segments. Garlic is indigenous to the south of Europe, forming a favourite condiment amongst several nations. The leaves are grass-like, and differ from those of the common onion in not being fistulous; the stem is about...
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garlic

Type: Term Pronunciation: gar′lik Synonyms: allium
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garlic

Perennial Asian plant belonging to the lily family, whose strong-smelling and sharp-tasting bulb, made up of several small segments, or cloves, is used in cooking. The plant has white flowers. It is widely cultivated and has been used successfully as a fungicide in the cereal grass sorghum. I...
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Garlic

A single aromatic bulb that can be easily separated into cloves, all individually wrapped in papery skins. It is pungent and slightly bitter flavored when raw, but becomes mild and sweet tasting when sauteed or baked.
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garlic

The pungent, segmented bulb of the perennial plant Allium sativum, a member of the Lily family, closely related to the onion. Among the oldest known cultivated plants and most universally popular cooking herbs, garlic appears extensively, both raw and cooked in the cuisines of southern Europe and is considered essential to many dishes in Italy. ......
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Garlic

(toum) Garlic is a major ingredient in North African cooking. It cures worms in children and is used as an antiseptic.
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garlic

A European plant that has a bulb used to flavor food. It has also been used in some cultures to treat certain medical conditions including high cholesterol, high blood pressure, infections, and cancer. The scientific name is Allium sativum.
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Garlic

Used for flavor
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Garlic

Allium sativum, commonly known as garlic, is a species in the onion genus, Allium. Its close relatives include the onion, shallot, leek, chive, and rakkyo. With a history of human use of over 7,000 years, garlic is native to central Asia, and has long been a staple in the Mediterranean region, as well as a frequent seasoning in Asia, Africa, and E...
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