Bear's garlic - also called the wild brother of garlic.
Bear's garlic is actually related to garlic. It also belongs to the family of lily-like bulbous plants, such as chives, garlic or leeks.
The herb has been known for centuries, by the ancient Romans as: herba salutaris, by Hildegard von Bingen as a health herb.
Now we know that these positive properties come mainly from alliin, a sulphurous substance described as a natural antibiotic. In addition there is the quite high proportion of potassium, about 300mg per 100g bear's garlic.
Potassium-rich foods are especially recommended for high blood pressure and cardiovascular diseases.
Wild wild garlic is collected in spring when the leaves are still tender and young.
The cabbage has a spicy, sharp taste.
Bärlauchwunder is a spice mixture which has it in itself.
Not only developed and tested for our "barbecue friends", who by adding some bear's garlic miracle in olive oil produce a delicious, spicy marinade.
Bärlauchwunder gives variety in the kitchen with all light meat sorts, fish courts and with all mediterranen vegetable sorts.
Ingredients: Wild garlic, garlic, cashew, onions, salt, tomatoes, basil, red pepper, black pepper.
Storage: protected from light and dry.
Please note: The use is not intended to eliminate or alleviate any disease, suffering or medical condition. The information given here comes from naturopathy, is based on tradition of folk medicine or many years of experience. Under no circumstances should this information replace a consultation with a doctor. If you have any questions, please contact your doctor or alternative practitioner.