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Significant synergy or antagonism of the garlic substances, or their derivatives, on human physiology exist and vary with an individual’s age, pathology, dosage regimen and possible drug, food or metabolite interactions. , 2001). Garlic odor on breath and skin are recognized (Mader, 1990). , 1980); bronchial asthma, contact dermatitis (Garty, 1993) and inhibition of spermatogenesis (Dixit and Joshi, 1982). Raw extracts of garlic have been reported to exhibit toxic effects when ingested at certain concentrations.