It is said that bears awakening from hibernation eat wild garlic to cleanse their metabolism and regain their strength, leading to one of the common names, Bear's Garlic, and the species name derived from the Latin for bear.
The green leaves have a characteristic garlic smell.
All parts of the plant are edible and can be eaten raw or cooked.
It has great health-giving properties, antioxidant properties which reduce blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and the juice has antiseptic properties.
The leaves can be used as salad, spice or boiled as a vegetable.
We can offer you:
- frozen wild garlic in cartons with plastic bag of 5 kg
- dried wild garlic in sacks of 10 kg