The Garlic Wars
As mentioned in the August/September
2008 "Letter from the Publisher," a series of articles
from the Townsend Letter archives
debate the pros and cons of garlic and garlic supplementation. These
articles are not available online or in reprint or Xerox form. Interested
readers should contact the Townsend Letter
office to purchase the specific issue for each respective article.
Kelley J, Corrigan M. Point & counterpoint:
the chemistry of garlic and onions.
Townsend Letter. June 1986; 38:
Pizzorno J, Murray M. Allium sativum (garlic). Townsend
Letter. June 1986; 38:167-71.
Arizona Natural; Wakunaga. Garlic controversy: point & counterpoint.
Townsend Letter. January 1987; 44:
Smart F. Letter: Garlic controversy. Townsend
Letter. April 1987; 46:69.
Brewer W. Letter: Allicin toxic to red blood cells. Townsend
Letter. May 1987;47: 108.
Lonsdale D. Letter: Garlic controversy. Townsend
Letter. July 1987;49:192.
Lin H. Letter: More garlic controversy. Townsend
Letter. October 1987;51: 280-81.
Hanna M. Letter: Garlic debate continues. Townsend
Letter. February/March 1988; 55/56: 82.
Walker M. The healing powers of garlic. Townsend
Letter. April 1990;81: 182-185.
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