Allicin is found in garlic – where it acts as its main “natural defence mechanism”.

Allicin International (AIL) is a company that is 100% committed to a programme that is based on Research and Development

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The one product it focuses all its research and development efforts on is a naturally sourced (organic product) - “Allicin”.

The products they produce, based on their intensive R&D programme, are all Dietary Supplements. None of them is intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


What is “Allicin”?

Allicin is found in garlic – where it acts as its main “natural defence mechanism”.

It is released when garlic is ‘attacked’ - by bacteria, funghi or any kind of microbe and is there to ‘repell’ them. It is also released when we crush it for use in cooking.

More than 2,000 scientific papers looking at the properties of ‘allicin’ have been written to date (and are available on 'Athens', the university and scientific community database).

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What Does Allicin International Do?

Their stated aim is to provide natural products for improving the quality of life for people - and animals.

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