Can You Eat Too Much Garlic?

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Garlic has some blood-thinning properties and eating too much of it can enhance your risk for bleeding during or after a surgery. It can also interrelate with blood-thinning medicines. Side effects from eating too much garlic include: bloating, bad breath, upset stomach, body odour and a stinging feeling on the skin from excessively handling fresh or dried garlic.
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