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Benefits of Cloves
61. Gives you clear skin
Clove is a great and almost instant method to get rid of blemishes and pimples, because of its anti bacterial and anti inflammatory properties. It also is known to be very effective in keeping blemishes or marks that usually appear after a pimple has subsided.
62. Supplementing With Cloves
Cloves have a strong flavor and tough texture that doesn t really make them the best stand alone snack food, which can make it tough to consume cloves on a daily basis. There are a few ways around this though. Ground cloves, or oil, can be inserted into empty capsules and swallowed with ease. Some people also like to add clove (and cinnamon) to smoothies. Aside from the health benefits, this can add a real flavor punch.
63. Cloves and Harmful Organisms
Research has repeatedly shown that cloves and eugenol are effective at establishing an environment that is not friendly to harmful organisms. When Portuguese researchers evaluated eugenol against giardia, they observed it inhibited giardia growth and may offer potential as a natural therapy against giardiasis.
64. The Analgesic Benefits of Cloves
The analgesic property of clove oil can be used for treatment of various dental problems like tooth aches. A cotton ball soaked in the clove oil can work wonders on the aching tooth. Clove oil is also used to relieve pain from sore gums and improves overall dental health.
65. The Antiseptic Benefits of Cloves
Clove and clove oil are antiseptic in nature and work as an effective remedy for some common problems such as cuts, fungal infections, burns, wounds, athlete s foot and bruises. The antiseptic properties of clove oil are why it s a common ingredient in various dental creams, toothpastes, mouth wash, and throat sprays.
66. Moisturizes Dry Skin and Helps Other Skin Problems
Clove oil for dry skin is a great natural remedy. The best way to take advantage of this treatment is to get the oil in liquid form and spread it on your skin with a clean rag. It s also used in many products that are made specifically for helping lessen the appearance of stretch marks, baggy eyes and puffy skin.
67. Cosmetics and perfumes
Clove oil is widely used as massage oil and thus added in many skin creams and lotions. It is also added in soaps due to its antiseptic property and soothing effect. Due to its characteristic aroma, it is also used in making perfumes.
Taking in large amounts of cloves or clove oil may cause nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, burns in the mouth and throat, sore throat, seizures, difficulty breathing, rapid heartbeat, sleepiness, intestinal bleeding, and liver or kidney failure. More serious effects have been reported in young children, even with small doses.
Clove oil and eugenol, one of the chemicals it contains, have long been used topically for toothache, but the FDA has reclassified eugenol, downgrading its effectiveness rating. The FDA now believes there isn t enough evidence to rate eugenol as effective for toothache pain.
70. Bud oil
Bud oil is derived from the flower buds of S. aromaticum. It consists of 60
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