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Garlic is most widely used herbal remedy in U.S. and Europe, consumer magazine finds in 2000 International Consumer Wellness Study released May 18. In both regions, 21% of individuals surveyed took garlic last year and 11% of Americans and 8% of European consumers take garlic supplements regularly; 20% of U.S. consumers and 13% of Europeans use any herbal remedies regularly, survey notes. Prevention worked with Princeton Survey Research Associates to survey adults over 18 in U.S., Finland, France, Germany, Poland, UK





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