I have no way of quantifying these observations.
Based on a good handful of wild garlic leaves, about 2g/day.
Wild garlic seems to:
Slow the heart rate
Drop blood pressure
Acts as an all round calminative
Keeps you 'regular'.
Has anti inflammatory and mild painkilling effects
Could it also relax arteries?
Clears - drains - sinuses
Makes you cough up phlegm
Helps you sleep well
Might make you feel a bit tired rather than relaxed
You are aware that your heart is beating slower
About half an hour after eating wild garlic your chest feels irritated for a few minutes as it makes you cough. Once you've had a cough it wears off.
I cycled hard up a long steep hill to see if it would make me feel faint but ironically I seemed to have more energy and physical ability seems enhanced. Sometimes if I exercise really hard, like cycling up a long hill, and then stop; my heart misses the odd beat unless I keep moving. This happens especially if I sit down after hard exercise. This doesn't (seem) to happen after eating wild garlic. I cycled up a long hard hill today and stopped for a phew minutes when I got to the top and the old heart kept ticking away quite happily without any missed beats.