Garlic is also known under the scientific name allium sativum and it is related to other intensely flavored aliments, such as onion. As both a spice and a healing element, garlic used to be one of the staples in the Galen culture. Garlic is used for its bulb, which contains an intensely flavored essence. Garlic has various nutrients, such as C and B vitamins, which help the organism to digest well, quick, calm pains, accelerate the metabolism and tone the body. Garlic is better to be consumed fresh, but garlic flakes also keep these valuable nutrients that generally provide good health for the organism. Fresh garlic is cut into large pieces, washed, sorted, sliced, and then dehydrated. After dehydrating, the product is selected, grinded and screened, gone through magnets and metal detector, packed, and tested for physical, chemical and micro qualities before ready to ship.