Garlic P.E. 1% Alliin Powder

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As an oral supplement, Garlic Extract is taken for its perceived effect in improving the circulatory system and for enhancing overall immunity. The active ingredient in raw garlic, called Alliin, has the chemical formula C6H10OS2 and a molecular mass of 162,28 g/mol.

Garlic P.E. 1% Alliin Benefits and Uses

Garlic is a bulb-shaped vegetable that forms part of the onion family. Today, garlic is used commonly in cooking but is still recognized for its health-boosting benefits. Research suggests that Alliin (the biologically active component of garlic) may boost health by providing antioxidant effects. Studies have highlighted the role of garlic in supporting a healthy immune system.

Garlic P.E. 1% Alliin is known by a number of alternative names including:

  • Allium sativum
  • Ail
  • Garlic Clove
  • Aged Garlic Extract
  • Allium sativum
  • Knoblauch

Scientific Consensus

When taken by mouth, Garlic extract is considered likely safe in adults. There is currently not enough reliable information to support the use of garlic supplementation in childhood or during pregnancy.

Garlic may be beneficial in supporting a healthy circulatory system. It may also boost health by supporting our immune systems.

Special Warning: Garlic may interact with certain medications. Garlic supplementation is contraindicated when taking blood-thinning medication and or tuberculosis medication.

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November 6, 2020
Garlic P.E. 1% Alliin Powder

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Serving size is 500 mg. As a dietary supplement, take 1-2 servings up to 2 times per day on an empty stomach. Please start with the lowest suggested single serving quantity to assess response.

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 500mg
Servings per container:
Amount per serving: % DV

Allium sativum bulb extract[std. to ≥1% Alliin]

500 mg
LiftMode offers a variety of unit sizes of HPLC-tested Garlic P.E. 1% Alliin Powder, including a a 500g unit, a 5g unit, a 100g unit and a 200g unit. Our Garlic P.E. 1% Alliin Powder is of the highest quality.
Store securely in a dry cool location away from direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Do not take this or any other supplement, and instead consult doctor about use, if you are under the age of 18, pregnant or breastfeeding, taking prescription or OTC / nonprescription drugs, or if you have any known or suspected medical conditions. Do not use if product safety seal was damaged or missing upon receipt.
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Alliin metabolizes into Allicin when the extract is consumed or mixed with water. Allicin is responsible for the pungent smell of garlic and has been used traditionally across many cultures to ward off infectious pathogens such as the common cold and second dates.

Because of its stability and rapid conversion to Allicin in the stomach, Alliin is thought to be a better marker of potency.

– Supports Healthy Immune Function
– Promotes Cardiovascular Health
– May Ward Off Bugs, Germs, and Vampires

Sobenin, I. A., Myasoedova, V. A., Iltchuk, M. I., ZHANG, D.-W., & Orekhov, A. N. (2019). Therapeutic effects of garlic in cardiovascular atherosclerotic disease. Chinese Journal of Natural Medicines, 17(10), 721–728.

Onuora C, Ofili T., Salawu S, Elimian I, Shehu H. (2019) Therapeutic Effects of Garlic: A Review. Sci J Biol & Life Sci. 1(1).

Patal, K. (2020) Garlic. Retrieved May 17th, 2020, from