benefits of cloves

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Benefits of Cloves

41. Perfumes
Clove oil is also used in making perfumes because of its powerful and unique aroma. Many people believe that clove oil is useful in preventing and treating cancer. However, the American Cancer Society clearly mentions that there is no scientific evidence on the curative properties of clove oil.
42. Aromatherapy
Clove oil blends well with many essential oils including basil essential oil, rosemary essential oil, rose oil, cinnamon essential oil, grapefruit essential oil, lemon essential oil, nutmeg essential oil, peppermint essential oil, orange essential oil, lavender essential oil, geranium essential oil. This makes clove oil a popular element in aromatherapy and other herbal combinations.
43. Risks
One should be careful while using clove oil, because it is very strong even in small quantities and must be diluted before application or ingestion. Since eugenol (a main part of clove essential oil) is not very common, some people discover violent allergies when taking too much at once. Use small amounts of any essential oil if you have never used it before.
44. Health benefits of clove oil
The health benefits of clove oil can be attributed to its antimicrobial, antifungal, antiseptic, antiviral, aphrodisiac and stimulating properties. The oil is used for treating a variety of health disorders including toothaches, indigestion, cough, asthma, headache, stress and blood impurities.
45. Used for upset stomach
Clove is used for upset stomach and as an expectorant. Expectorants make it easier to cough up phlegm. Clove oil is used for diarrhea, hernia, and bad breath. Clove and clove oil are used for intestinal gas, nausea, and vomiting.
46. Anti Inflammatory Activity
Clove extract to diets already high in anti inflammatory components (like cod liver oil, with its high omega 3 fatty acid content) brings significant added benefits, and in some studies, further reduces inflammatory symptoms by another 15 30%. Clove also contains a variety of flavonoids, including kaempferol and rhamnetin, which also contribute to clove s anti inflammatory (and antioxidant) properties.
47. A Nutrient Dense Spice
Clove s unique phytonutrient components are accompanied by an incredible variety of traditionally recognized nutrients. Using our nutrient ranking system, we determined cloves to be an excellent source of manganese, a very good source of vitamin K and dietary fiber, and a good source of iron, magnesium, and calcium.
48. Description
Cloves are the unopened pink flower buds of the evergreen clove tree. The buds are picked by hand when they are pink and dried until they turn brown in color. Cloves are about 1/2 inch long and 1/4 inch in diameter and with their tapered stem, they resemble tiny nails.
49. History
Cloves are native to the Moluccas, formerly known as the Spice Islands of Indonesia. They have been consumed in Asia for more than 2,000 years. Owing to their sweet and fragrant taste, Chinese courtiers dating back to 200 BC would keep them in their mouths in order to freshen their breath when addressing the emperor so as to not offend him.
50. Individual Concerns
Cloves are not a commonly allergenic food and are not known to contain measurable amounts of oxalates or purines. Clove seems safe for most people when taken in food amounts, but not enough is known about the safety of taking clove by mouth in larger medicinal amounts. Children should not take clove oil by mouth. It can cause serious health problems.


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