benefits of cloves

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Benefits of Cloves

81. Plant Properties
Anti inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, anti infectious, antiparasitic, anti aging, antioxidant, analgesic, anti tumoral, anticoagulant, immune stimulant anticonvulsant, disinfectant, stomach protectant (ulcers) and warming.
82. Warts
A few drops of clove oil soaked into a band aid and applied to warts has been known to dissolve them it should be freshly applied every day. It may take up to a month to totally dissolve it.
83. Fatigue and Drowsiness
Researchers found that sniffing the spicy aroma of cloves reduces drowsiness, irritability, and headaches. It stimulates the mind, increases memory recall, and relieves mental fatigue.
84. Colds Flu Bronchitis Fever and Whooping Cough
Cloves fights germs, viruses and bacteria, and it encourages the loosening of phlegm from the respiratory system. It also promotes sweating with fevers, colds, and flu, which is very healing. It is often used in remedies for whooping cough.
85. Athletics foot nail fungus and skin problems
Clove oil is just as effective as oil of oregano in treating these conditions. It can be applied directly to the skin or nails, but if skin is sensitive or broken it must be diluted with extra virgin olive oil or coconut oil.
86. Antioxidant
Clove essential oil is the powerful antioxidant of any fruit or herb see the article at the end which compares antioxidant capabilities of a few essential oils.
87. Under Eye Puffiness
Add one drop to your eye cream and apply sparingly in the morning. Clove bud oil promotes blood circulation, helping to reduce the puffiness. Clove oil is used for diarrhea, hernia, and bad breath. Clove and clove oil are used for intestinal gas, nausea, and vomiting.
88. Properties
Clove bud oil has many useful properties, it is perhaps best known for its association with dental practices. For a tried and true toothache relief, add a few drops of the oil to a cotton swab before applying topically to the gums for a much needed respite. The oil is also great if you have had any dental work recently done, as it can be used to soothe the condition known as dry socket,
89. Habitat
The clove tree grows up to 8 to 12 meters, and is very abundant in countries in the Old World, such as Zanzibarand South Asian countries. The flowers are at first a pale color, turn green over time, and then become bright red when they are ready for harvesting. The window within which the flowers have to be harvested is very delicate, since otherwise the flowers lose their properties and volatile oils.
90. Better digestion
Cloves improve digestion by stimulating digestive enzymes and hence reduce flatulence, gastric irritability, dyspepsia and nausea. One remedy for digestive disorders had the powder made of roasted cloves taken with honey.

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