Garlicin Cardio Odor Free
No Garlic Odor - Best Price Found
I have used this product for several years now as part of my regimen for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. In that time I have never noticed any residual garlic odor, nor has anyone provided me with feedback indicating it and as far as I have found Swanson provides the BEST pricing for it anywhere.
February 14, 2013
No after taste
Garlic does not like me! If I take regular garlic - even the supposedly odor free ones - you can smell me coming a mile away. The Garlicin is enteric coated which seems to make all the difference. You can smell a little garlic when you take them out of the bottle, but once you've swallowed it you don't get any garlic burps or garlic smells. This is the only way I can take garlic. And the tablet is a medium sized oval shape which is easy to swallow.
March 31, 2012
is that product odor free and smart release?
no! although is enteric coating , smells all next day. but very good quality.
February 10, 2012
I read the reviews and bought the product. After a week of use I was told by others that I smelled of garlic. I was disappointed and do not know if I would buy again as the bottle said no odor..
June 30, 2010
Good for your heart
This is the best of the garlic supplements, and one of the most economical and best of all no stomach upset at all or burps from it. Really helps with cholesterol levels as well
March 1, 2010
Trustworthy brand....full spectrum.....best price on the web.
July 28, 2009
I've never experienced any problems with this product, and I'd recommend it to everyone.
There is no discomforting taste with this product, and - it comes from a GREAT company!
August 13, 2008
Best Cholesterol supplement ever!
I took Garlicin for 4 weeks before my blood work and, when I went to the doctor's, my bad cholesterol was 110 and my good was 50! My doctor and I were both very, very happy. I still take it twice daily and have started my husband and a church friend on it. I highly endorse Garlicin!! I'm a nurse and I believe in this product.
October 10, 2007