Allicillin by Designs for Health


Allicillin softgels contain a blend of garlic oil and parsley oil to support immune, cardiovascular, and liver health, and promotes a healthy
microbial environment and healthy inflammatory
responses. These softgels are enteric-coated to reduce the potent garlic odor and repeating.


Why garlic?

The ancient Greeks used garlic to ward off evil spirits, and in functional nutrition, we like to use it to ward off another “bad” entity: bacterial overgrowth. Garlic fights bacteria, viruses and fungi, and is a natural anti-inflammatory. In addition to that, special compounds in garlic support heart and liver health, healthy blood lipids and immune function. This product is a blend of parsley and garlic oils to freshen breath while doing its work. The garlic oil in Allicillin is made up of garlic sulfides and ajoene, which are the primary bioactive compounds in garlic, making it highly potent. The formula is designed with an enteric coating to help minimize potential garlic odor.

Garlic contains many compounds that may promote a broad range of health benefits, but these benefits appear only when the fresh garlic cloves of the plant are crushed, chopped, or chewed, making these capsules bioavailable. Ajoene and garlic sulfides are primary components
in garlic that may promote a healthy microbial
environment and diversity, and these properties may also promote healthy immune responses as well as proper inflammatory responses and cardiovascular health. Garlic sulfides may promote liver health by supporting the normal function of detoxification pathways.

Allicillin is highly recommended to those combating yeast overgrowth, or along with antibiotics to prevent an overgrowth.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.