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Tulbaghia violacea

An African herb traditionally used for its anti-infectious effects, it may be heart healthy and has some preliminary testicular effects suggesting it might increase testosterone levels; not enough evidence currently though.

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Things to Note

Is a Form Of

Primary Function:

Also Known As

Wild Garlic, Sweet Garlic, Society Garlic, Wildeknoffel, Isihaqa

Do Not Confuse With

Allium sativum (actual Garlic)

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