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Garlic History

The garlic with the scientific name Allium sativum is a plant of Asparagales and is from the Nargisian and underneath of the Alliaceae and Allium.

It is herbaceous and permanent, and its stem reaches up to 40 centimeters. Its underground part is swollen and consists of 5 to 12 pieces and is enclosed in thin and delicate membranes of gray to white color. The leaves are narrow and striped in dark green and its small and pink flowers appear as an umbrella at the end of the stem. Garlic and onions are closely interrelated and there are generally 3 garlic types. The American Garlic is called Greole. This type of garlic has a white skin and is stronger than other types. The Tahitian garlic, which is thicker than the rest, sometimes reaching 8 cm in diameter. On the orders of Khafu, one of the four ancient Egyptian kings, engraved a garlic on the tallest pyramid of Giza. This makes it clear that the Egyptian people were in the process of divine affairs. The rock on one of the rocks of the Egyptian pyramids reveals about the medical and therapeutic properties of the garlic left in the morning that the workers who worked at the pyramid building were full of garlic so that they remained immune to the disease and to them to build such a huge building And be at ease, heart and daring.