Taking Charge of Your Health

Originally from Indonesia, cloves are normally
used for cooking, due to their pleasant smell and flavor. Furthermore, cloves are rich in nutrients
and essential oils that are important for our body. This spice has several benefits. Cloves act as an antiseptic, anti-fungal,
antibacterial, antioxidant, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and they can also help heal. Their use is recommended to treat coughs,
flatulence, inflammation, tooth aches, bronchitis, and also to help lose weight since cloves
improve digestion, making weight loss easier. Eugenol is the substance that gives cloves
their smell and also most of their medicinal properties. Thanks to eugenol, cloves have both antiseptic
and anesthetic properties. There are even studies about the influence
of cloves on cancers of the digestive system and joint inflammation, due to eugenol. Cloves also contain minerals such as iron,
manganese, potassium, selenium and magnesium. They also provide us with vitamin A, C, K,
and beta-carotene. In today’s video we are going to show you
this spice’s benefits: They are analgesic and antiseptic Cloves relieve toothaches, gum pain and sore
throats. They also serve as a great home remedy for
infections, burns and wounds. They improve circulation Cloves detoxify and improve blood circulation,
favoring the whole body and stimulating immunity. They serve as an expectorant Cloves act as an expectorant and lessen the
mucus stuck in your throat and esophagus. This makes it great for coughs. They accelerate the metabolism Cloves accelerate the metabolism, promoting
saliva and the production of digestive liquids. They are great digestives Cloves improve digestion due to the fact that
they improve digestive enzyme secretion. They fight constipation and can help ease
nausea and stomachaches. They help with cramps Cloves lessen muscle spasms and relieve cramps. They are oral antiseptics Cloves are great antiseptics, fighting the
bacteria found in your mouth and stomach and eliminating bad breath. They also help prevent cavities. They are beneficial for your thyroid Cloves are also beneficial for your thyroid
and can help with both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. They help control cholesterol Cloves help control bad cholesterol. They are an anti-inflammatory Due to the presence of eugenol, cloves are
a great natural anti-inflammatory, and can help fight inflammatory diseases. In order to benefit from cloves, when it comes
to internal problems, such as inflammations and digestive disorders, you should drink
clove tea. Clove essential oil, on the other hand, is
indicated to strengthen weak nails, and fight nail mycoses and cold sores. Finally, clove extract eliminates fungi and
moths. When dissolved in alcohol or water, it can
be used as an air freshener. When mixed with water, it can be used as an
oral antiseptic. Important: Cloves should not be used by pregnant
or breastfeeding women, children under the age of 6 or patients with gastrointestinal
or neurological diseases. Always apply a small quantity on your skin
beforehand in order to ensure that you don’t have any allergies.

35 thoughts on “10 Surprising Benefits and Uses of Cloves

  1. My favorite way of using cloves is in pumpkin pancakes and I love their aroma but honestly I have never heard of clove tea, it makes me wonder if it is more popular in a foreign culture? I will have to look up it's origins that tells alot.?

  2. Wow! I was late watching this video. lol Well, I only learned of the benefits of cloves about two weeks ago. I love them!

  3. No thnxs. I just read there are side effects????

    itching, rash;

    mild skin irritation; or.

    sore gums, mouth irritation, bleeding or swollen gums, or tooth changes after using clove inside the mouth.

  4. I keep cloves in a pill bottle in my purse and when I need a breath mint I just chew one. No aspartame chemical that are found in breath mints.

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