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Brexit Opportunities - Get Recognized by UK Care Sector

As the Brexit drama continues to unfold, we are following the political developments and their implications for studying in the UK and working in the UK Health and Social Care sector.  Our recent discussion with policy makers has lifted the lid on some of the solutions that politicians are proposing for the inevitable problems that will arise from a disorderly Brexit . The key issue within our sector is the huge number of job vacancies that are currently going unfilled and that will become so much worse once we are cut off from EU workers. Behind the scenes, the NHS is demanding that a solution be put in place immediately to avoid a disastrous collapse in their ability to provide frontline services. Politicians are facing a ticking time-bomb in the combination of an aging population, demographic pressures and a staggering lack of willing workers in the health and social care sector. We have heard that Parliament are already contem


                  Introduction :  Garlic, known by its botanical name Allium sativum which was known to be known to Egyptians, used in traditional medicine where China dominates with 80% of the total global supply.  In garlic, bulb is used as the most common part which is normally divided into flesh sections called cloves.  They grow mainly in tropical regions and grows well in cooler climate.  Cloves are enclosed in a white or pink purple tinged papery membrane and are actually swollen specialized leaves.There are two basic types of garlic: hardneck and softneck. Hardneck garlics are characterized by hard, woody central stalks that extend down to the basal plate at the bottom of the bulb.  Softneck garlics are thought to have evolved from hardneck garlics. Softnecks have a non-woody pseudostem formed from overlapping leaf sheaths and rarely send up a flower stalk. Medicinal Uses :  Garlic is widely used as a medicine worldwide and is regarded as an aphrodisiac.  Garlic