Who would not want to facilitate the work of the heart, relaxes blood vessels and supply a sufficient amount of oxygen to organs? The most smelliest of all known drugs for centuries is at your disposal. Eat garlic. Enough is a quite small amount. Scientists have discovered why eating garlic maintain heart health. The key is Allicin, the matter responsible for the infamous sulfur smell, according to a study team from the University of Alabama. Allicin decomposes it into smaller constituents which react with the red blood cells and produce a compound that relaxes blood vessels, and allows good blood flow. In addition, it reduces the blood pressure and allows the blood to transmit more oxygen to the body, thus facilitating the work of the heart. Care should be only with a concentrated garlic sold in pharmacies. An overdose may be thinning the blood and affect bleeding.