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Does taking in too much garlic damage the eyesight?

I am just curious if taking in too much garlic would damage the eyesight.
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  • hand_in__hand


    Though garlic is a good food for our health. But overdue garlic will cause damages to eyesight. It is said that people who love to eat garlic will feel vision bury, and decreasing of eyesight as well as memory loss when they enter 50 years. For nearsighted people, they shall also avoid to eat garlic especially in summer. So, you shall deceases eating of garlic in the hot summer for the sake of your eyes.
  • walking_poeticx


    yes. It is. Even though garlic can prevent a lot of disease, but it is not good to our eyes if you have too much garlic. That 's because garlic is spicy, it is not good to our liver, and liver is so connected to our eyes. So it is not good to our eyes. Garlic is a good food, but don't eat too much.
  • Riley eddy


    Taking too much garlic can hurt your liver, and damage your eyes, especially people with eye disease, and they should try not to eat garlic. Otherwise, they will have decreased vision, tinnitus, lightheadedness, memory loss and other symptoms. Scientists believe that eating a clove of garlic which is not cooked a day is appropriate, and if the garlic is cooked, two or three cloves are enough.