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The body weight of still living rats decreased at the beginning as their food and water intake also decreased. The growth of the rats was retarded and was thought to be caused by the stomach injury due to raw garlic. Also observed, were swellings of the liver, hypertrophy of the spleen and adrenal glands, and decrease of erythrocytes with various morphological changes. But almost these changes were not observed at any time on rats given AGE. In another study, Banerjeea et al. (2001) examined the effects of chronic garlic intake on various endogenous antioxidant enzymes and lipid peroxidation on two major organs, the liver and kidneys of rats fed with fresh garlic homogenates daily by gavage in three different doses (250, 500 and 1000mg/kg/day) for 30 days.
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Allium sativum: chemical constituents, medicinal uses and health benefits by Abel Haynes