- EXPORT QUALITY CLOVES
- BOOSTS IMMUNITY
- GOOD FOR YOUR TEETH
- FIGHTS INFECTIONS
- Fights sore throat, cough and cold
- Eases headaches
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- It contains essential oils such as eugenol that has antiseptic properties which is useful in dental care. It is known to cure mild tooth pains.
- Cloves help relax the smooth lining of the gastrointestinal tract and help relieve indigestion and constipation problems.
- It also contains minerals like potassium, manganese, iron, selenium and magnesium that are help control blood pressure and also act as antioxidants.
- Further, the spice buds contain very good amounts of vitamin A which helps the body maintain a healthy mucus membrane and beta carotene which protects the body from lung and oral cavity related problems.
- It also contains vitamin c that C helps the body develop resistance against infectious agents and protects from free radicals.
Note : Sometimes consumption of clove can lead to stomach irritation, therefore its consumption is advised with care.
1. Good for your teeth
If you have ever paid attention to the label of your toothpaste, you would have found clove as one of its ingredients. Due it its strong germicidal properties and a compound called Eugenol, clove oil fights dental pain, toothaches, sore gums and mouth ulcers very effectively. Due to its strong aromatic properties, gargling with clove oil and warm water can help you fight bad breath. Just add four drops of clove oil in a glass of lukewarm water and gargle at least twice a day for effective results.
2. Stronger immunity
Clove oil can work wonders in boosting your immunity. The antioxidant property present in the oil acts as a scavenger against the free radicals that can cause various diseases like cancer and heart ailments. The dried flower bud of clove contains compounds that help in improving the immune system by increasing the white blood cell count, thereby, improving delayed-type hypersensitivity.
3. Fights infections
Blessed with a multitude of antiseptic properties, clove oil can be used to treat cuts, wounds, fungal infections, insect bites and even stings. However, direct application of clove oil may prove harmful. If the wound is too sore, it is advisable to dilute clove oil by adding almond or coconut oil. These carrier oils will prevent your sensitive skin from burns that can be caused by direct application of clove oil
4. Fights sore throat, cough and cold
For its high anti-inflammatory properties, clove oil can come handy during times of sore throat, cough, cold and sinusitis. Consuming the excellent expectorant clove oil can not only clear the nasal passage and gives you respite from respiratory problems but it also has a cooling effect on nasal cavity and throat.
5. Eases headaches
Down with a chronic headache? Head to the kitchen, mix four drops of clove oil with salt and apply it on your forehead for instant relief. The flavonoids in clove oil have anti-inflammatory agents, these anti-inflammatory properties will help ease the inflammation and also have a cooling effect. Clove oil can be used to reduce as an excellent pain reliever for muscle pain and joints.