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Benefits of Cloves And Its Side Effects

An indigenous spice, clove is a pivotal ingredient in Indian cuisine and the cuisines of other Asian countries like Indonesia, East Africa and Pakistan. Having a rich history to boast of dating as far back as the thirteenth century, cloves have become an important commercial crop in the contemporary world. Over the subject of production and distribution of the crop, wars have been fought especially to get under control the Malibu islands that were responsible for a major chunk of clove production throughout the world. Cloves are essentially known to tackle health problems like headaches, oral diseases, cancer, diabetes, microbial infections, etc. It also boosts the immune system in addition to protecting the liver and improving bone strength.

Benefits of Cloves And Its Side Effects

Table of Content

Cloves
Nutritional Value of Cloves
Nutritional facts Per 100 Grams
Vitamins and Minerals
Health Benefits of Cloves
Protects the liver
Keeps diabetes in check
For a healthy stomach
Strengthens the immune system
For treating oral diseases
To enhance bone strength
Rids headaches
Improves digestion
Fights lung cancer
Strong antibacterial agent
Fights bad breath
Anti-inflammatory properties
Uses of Cloves
Side-Effects & Allergies of Cloves
Cultivation of Cloves

Cloves

Clove is an extremely aromatic crop commonly used as a spice. Trees of the clove are evergreen with crimson flowers among large leaves on a plant generally measuring 8 to 12 meters in height. Clove owes its distinct taste to the chemical eugenol with just a small amount of the spice sufficing the purpose. It is widely used in aromatherapy, in the form of oil for dentistry and to treat other problems of the spleen, diarrhea, cold and cough, etc. It is used in cigarettes to add flavor and as a natural antiseptic besides being extensively used in cooking.

Nutritional Value of Cloves

Main constituent of clove is eugenol which comprises of 70-90% of the total clove constitution. Other oils like acetyl eugenol, vanillin, tannins and flavonoids form the remaining composition of the spice. The presence of these oils have enabled clove to be used in the preparation of toothpaste, as a local anesthetic for local dental treatment and as a means to eliminate cold, cough and fever.

Nutritional facts Per 100 Grams

274 Calories
13 g Total Fat
277 mg Sodium
1,020 mg Potassium
66 g Total Carbohydrate
6 g Protein

Vitamins and Minerals

3 % Vitamin A
0.63 Calcium
65 % Iron
20 % Vitamin B-6
64 % Magnesium

Health Benefits of Cloves

Mentioned below are the best health benefits of Cloves
Health Benefits of Cloves

Protects the liver

Due to the presence of antioxidants in high quantities, clove is an ideal choice to safeguard the body organs, especially the liver. Clove, with its hepatoprotective properties, counters the effects cause by free metabolic activity like the process of increase in lipid profile and radical production which results in the decrease of the level of antioxidants in the liver.

Keeps diabetes in check

In the case of diabetic patients, the amount of insulin produced by the body is not sufficient with the level of insulin required by the body. Research suggests that the use of clove leads to insulin generation in the body and keeping the blood sugar level in check.

For a healthy stomach

Cloves are highly effective in ensuring that the gastrointestinal tract stays healthy. It eliminates stomach problems such as diarrhea, bloating, nausea, vomiting, indigestion, intestinal gas, stomach ache, constipation, etc.

Strengthens the immune system

The clove bud is responsible for increasing the white blood cell count of the body thus boosting the immune properties that come with it. It reduces hypersensitivity of the body to foreign agents that are responsible for causing harm and discomfort to the natural functioning of the body.

For treating oral diseases

Cloves are an effectively recommended antiseptic and pain reliever for oral and dental problems. They can be used to cure gum relates diseases like gingivitis and periodontitis. They bud is pressed onto the teeth affected by the infection the one causing pain. Its oil is also used as a pain reliever and as an antiseptic.

To enhance bone strength

Cloves render hydro-alcohol extracts of phenolic compounds like eugenol, flavones, flavonoids and isoflavones. Research has proved that these compounds enable the body to retain its bone density and increase the mineral content of the bone. In patients suffering from osteoporosis, use of clove is noted to increase the tensile strength of the bones.

Rids headaches

Since ancient times, clove was believed to be a mild aphrodisiac in the realm of Unani medicine. Owing to its said properties, clove effectively reduces headaches. Applying clove oil on the forehead, around the nostrils or consuming a mixture of clove with milk and rock salt is highly effective in getting rid of a headache.

Improves digestion

Cloves enable the production and secretion of digestive enzymes, ensuring that the process of digestion is free flowing. Cloves also help alleviate problems like irritability in the stomach, flatulence, nausea and dyspepsia. Combined with honey,

cloves have been noticed to deliver excellent results in tackling with digestive disorders.

Fights lung cancer

Extensive research has been undertaken to study the effects clove has on tackling cancer. It has been brought to notice through these researches that clove is chemo-preventive. It is believed to be able to cure lung cancer in its early stage.

Strong antibacterial agent

Cloves have fared highly in combat with human pathogens. The use of clove bud/extract/oil is potent enough to kill such pathogens. It has been studied to highly affect the pathogens causing cholera.

Fights bad breath

Cloves, due to their distinct aroma are highly efficient in eliminating bad breath. Apart from being widely used as a major ingredient in the preparation of toothpastes, clove can be consumed in drinks or food though the day to tackle the problem of bad breath.

Anti-inflammatory properties

Anti-inflammatory properties

Cloves are excellent pain relievers. It stimulates the pain receptors of the body in the process to relieve the body of pain. The presence of eugenol in high quantities is known to essentially reduce pain associated with edema.

Uses of Cloves

Cloves are widely used as an antiseptic, to treat problems of oral hygiene and to tackle common cold, cough, flu and sinus. It boosts the immune system, eliminates problems like indigestion, headache, diabetes, liver ailments and enhances bone strength. It is used in teas, juices, sweets, food preparations, in cigarettes and in the form of oil.

Side-Effects & Allergies of Cloves

Use of clove in infants need to be in check as excessive use may lead to seizures. Due to the strong chemical composition prolonged use of clove oil on gums is believed to weaken the mucus membrane and the gums. Heavy doses are ill advised for pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers as it may lead to inflammation.

Cultivation of Cloves

Originally a native plant of the Spice Islands, clove witnessed its highest cultivation in Zanzibar in the early days. Currently, cloves are widely cultivated in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Madagascar,India, Pakistan, Tanzania and Sri Lanka.

Popular Questions & Answers

Hi, I have a problem of piles and I checked with gastro surgeon and confirmed I am in second stage. I have a problem like blood drops while using toilet and some burning sensation. Nowadays I am getting some bad smelling liquid coming out through my anus. I am taking hatikkai powder daily with Luke warm water after dinner. Now sometimes I am getting blood sometimes not. But discharge is there. I am bit confused but I have interest only on ayurveda homeopathy or Siddha because I have fear on surgery. Need someone's help.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Gurgaon
First of all make sure that it's only Piles and not fistula. If it's Piles, Safe effective and deep acting Homeopathic Medicines will certainly help you. Edibles To Avoid :- Amchoor Amchur, Ajwain, Elaichi Cardamom, Imli Tamarind, Laung Cloves, Teekha-Mirch (Red-Green), Fig, millet, Cluster Beans, Brinjal-Eggplant, sesame, peanuts, pickle, Buckwheat Flour,  Pain killar Medicines, >>>To eat more :- Guava, Orange, Apricot, Plums and Prunes, Banana, Pear, Mosambi (Sweet orange), Curd, Salad >>>To continue as usual :- Cumin Seeds, coriander, turmeric, Salt, Aniseed-Fennel, Kashmeeri Lal-hari mirch in minute quantity, and all other food items not mentioned above, unless not forbidden due to other ailments Take following medication: (1) Alpha Liv Syrup 2 tsf twice a day before food (2) R 13 - 15 Drops 4 times a day In 15 ML of water (3) Aesculus Hip Ointment thrice Daily. For 15 days.
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I have too much pain in my teeth because of a teeth is coming out from gum. And my gum get shallowed.

BHMS, MD - Homeopathy, PhD
Homeopath, Delhi
Hi Kindly get your dental examination done and consult a good homoeopathic doctor near you. Cloves are also used as natural pain relieving herbs. You can keep 1-2 pieces on the area affected to give temporary relief. Homoeopathic medicines will help you with instant results.
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Blood in stool, blood come after first poop then when I try to push further blood drops (fresh bright red), this happens only when I eat chicken, and blood reduces and complete stop within 4 days, this started 5 years ago when I consume meat for 2 days continuously, I assumed as piles and reduced eating meat, one time it come when I eat chicken from KFC and stopped within 3 days, 4 months ago It come again when I eat mango with green chilli on hot day and 300 km travel on bus, burning pain in anus and started to take banana blood stopped in 3 days, my father has piles, I'm 23 age, do I need test related to cancer, now when I eat meat I consume banana then there will be no blood but irritation in anus,

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Gurgaon
Edibles To Avoid :- Amchoor Amchur, Ajwain, Elaichi Cardamom, Imli Tamarind, Laung Cloves, Teekha-Mirch (Red-Green), Fig, millet, Cluster Beans, Brinjal-Eggplant, sesame, peanuts, pickle, Buckwheat Flour,  Pain killar Medicines,To eat more :- Guava, Orange, Apricot, Plums and Prunes, Banana, Pear, Mosambi (Sweet orange), Curd, Salad To continue as usual :- Cumin Seeds, coriander, turmeric, Salt, Aniseed-Fennel, Kashmeeri Lal-hari mirch in minute quantity, and all other food items not mentioned above, unless not forbidden due to other ailments Take following medication: (1) Alpha Liv Syrup 2 tsf twice a day before food (2) R 13 - 15 Drops 4 times a day In 15 ML of water (3) Aesculus Hip Ointment thrice Daily. For 15 days.
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I am suffering from piles problem from 3 yrs I have piles. I am 21 years old. 2 years ago its bleeding. But at this its no bleeding.

MS - General Surgery
General Surgeon, Kanpur
First of all you need to be examined by a general surgeon and proctoscopy to be done to find out what exactly it is, keep your stool soft by taking plenty of fluids orally and high fibre diet even you can take syp cremaffin 3 to 6 tsf hs daily, proper treatment follows according to examination.
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Popular Health Tips

Benefits Of Garlic Tea

MBBS,CCA,DCA,AASECT,FPA,AAD,F.H.R.SM.I.M.S
General Physician, Bangalore

You likely know the benefits of garlic in your diet, but garlic tea is another important natural remedy that can provide a number of health benefits. However, before adding any powerful herbal tea to your health regimen, it is important to understand how to properly prepare it, as well as what potential benefits it holds.

What is garlic tea?

Garlic tea is a warm brew made with garlic cloves, and while that may not sound like the most palatable beverage, it can be very beneficial to your health. Garlic is scientifically known as allium sativum and contains high levels of vitamins a, b and c, as well as sulfuric compounds, allicin, variousantioxidants and other active ingredients. When you eat garlic cloves or include them in your diet, you benefit from these components, but the concentration is often quite low.

For thousands of years, garlic tea has been a trusted natural remedy, dating all the way back to the ancient greeks. If you can get over the initially unpleasant flavor, you will be surprised by the additional energy and overall wellness that a daily cup of garlic tea can give.

There are some potential side effects that should be considered, such as heartburn, nausea, vomiting, general gastric distress, and a higher risk for bleeding disorders. These side effects are typically only experienced if you consume a large amount of garlic tea, or due to allergies. You should be able to avoid side effects if you practice moderation when drinking this specialty tea.

Garlic tea benefits

There are a number of notable benefits of garlic tea, such as aiding weight loss efforts, boosting immunity, soothing the respiratory system, lowering blood pressure, and increasing energy, among others.

1. Boosts immunity

Packed with antibacterial and antifungal compounds, such as allicin, garlic tea can give your immune system a major boost by protecting against a wide range of infectious pathogens, particularly those that are ingested along with your food.

2. Regulates blood pressure

Studies have linked garlic’s active ingredients with lower blood pressure, and garlic extract has also been shown to lower serum cholesterol levels. This can reduce your risk of atherosclerosis, heart attack, and stroke, as well as coronary heart diseases.

3. Improves respiratory system

If you are suffering from a cough, cold, sore throat or sinus congestion, a single cup of this tea can help clear out congestion and reduce inflammation in your respiratory tracts. It also helps in speeding up healing and eliminating the underlying infection.

4. Weight loss

Garlic tea is able to stimulate the metabolism, which can increase passive fat burning and aid in weight loss efforts, while also partially suppressing the appetite!

5. Provides energy boost

Drinking a cup of garlic tea every morningmay not pack a caffeine boost, but it can increase overall energy levels at the start of the day.

How to make garlic tea?

Making your own garlic tea at home is quite simple, and is much easier than finding a coffee shop that offers it on the menu! follow the simple recipe below and you’ll be sipping on this beneficial beverage before you know it!

Ingredients

4 garlic cloves3 cups of water1/2 cup of lemon juice2 tablespoons of honey

Step 1 – peel the cloves and remove any papery layers.

Step 2 – add the cloves and water into a saucepan or pot.

Step 3 – bring the water to boil, then turn off the heat.

Step 4 – add honey and lemon to the tea and stir it well.

Step 5 – strain the tea into a cup and enjoy 1-2 times per day.

Step 6 – store extra garlic juice in the refrigerator and reheat for use within 2 days.
 

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Know More About Nutmeg

MBBS,CCA,DCA,AASECT,FPA,AAD,F.H.R.SM.I.M.S
General Physician, Bangalore
Know More About Nutmeg

Replacing nutmeg in a recipe is easier than you think, as there are many different nutmeg substitutes out there in the culinary world. Nutmeg is a warm and earthen spice that is popular in a huge variety of global cuisines and dishes. However, despite being rather distinct, the effect that it has on food can be replicated by any number of other herbs and spices. Whether you have run out of nutmeg before making brownies or you’re entertaining someone with a nutmeg allergy, seeking out nutmeg substitutes is a simple solution, provided you understand their potential flavor profiles and potencies.

Nutmeg substitutes

The best substitutes for nutmeg include aniseed, cardamom, chili powder, mace, saffron, and turmeric, among others.

Allspice

This is actually a blend of three spices – cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg – and is a popular mixture for a variety of sweet and savory foods. Allspice not only includes a portion of nutmeg but also two othercomplementary spices, making it one of the best nutmeg substitutes available.

Aniseed

The licorice-like flavor of aniseed is a good replacement for the musky sweetness of nutmeg. In desserts and sweeter dishes, you can use aniseed as a slightly different, but equally delicious, ingredient.

Pumpkin pie spice

Ginger, nutmeg, allspice, and cinnamon make up this relatively modern spice blend. Able to be included in many autumnal foods – both sweet and savory – it is most famous for its connection with pumpkin pie. However, using a pinch of this will add small amounts of nutmeg, along with other complementary spices.

Cajun spice

Similar to cumin in its replacement powers, a small punch of cajun spice can give your dish a similar kick as nutmeg, but is not recommended for sweet recipes.

Cinnamon

This sweet and spicy option as a nutmeg substitute is ideal for baking. Cinnamon possesses a warm and recognizable flavor, but when used in smaller concentrations, it can mimic the taste and effect of nutmeg in sweet dishes. Only use half as much cinnamon as you would nutmeg, due to cinnamon’s significantly more potent flavor.

Cloves

Although nutmeg is usually considered sweeter than cloves, they both have a similar earthy, peppery bite to them. While using cloves can change the flavor profile of your dish slightly, the overall effect won’t be unpleasant, and even a perceptive palate won’t notice the difference.

Cumin

Cumin may be commonly associated with indian or mexican food, but its unique flavor makes it a viable nutmeg substitute as well. The end result may be a bit spicier, and less sweet, the two spices share enough similarities for the switch to work.

Ginger

If you are really in a bind, you can use dried ginger in place of nutmeg. While the former has a distinctly more powerful bite than nutmeg, it can help to season certain savory dishes. Use 1/2 teaspoon of dried ginger for every teaspoon of nutmeg called for in the recipe.

Mace

This is a different spice from nutmeg, but it is made from the same tree, which gives it a surprisingly similar characteristic in many different meals. If you are looking for a good replacement for nutmeg, this may actually be your best bet, as it is the closest option to the real thing!

Mustard

This replacement will be a much more potent flavor, leaning towards the savory and astringent side. However, in non-dessert meals, mustard can provide the refreshing bite of nutmeg.

Saffron

Use a very small amount of saffron to replace nutmeg, as it is significantly spicier. Fortunately, when using this in either sweet or savory recipe, it is difficult to tell the difference.

Turmeric

Bearing some of the same active ingredients and capable of providing the same health benefits, turmeric may leave your food a slightly different color, but the flavor profile won’t be too different, as they both share an earthy, woodsy taste.

Acidity - 6 Amazing Home Remedies That Can Help!

Fellowship Course in Panchkarma, BAMS
Ayurveda, Navi Mumbai
Acidity - 6 Amazing Home Remedies That Can Help!

Acidity is an ailment that troubles most people regardless of the absence of any other medical condition. It causes discomfort in the chest region along with heart burn and indigestion. If you are distressed with acidity, you may consider undergoing Ayurvedic treatment which would help in alleviating the problem to a great extent.

1. Tulsi leaves:
• Tulsi leaves help in stimulating the stomach for production of more mucus and are also rich in anti-ulcer properties which cause a significant reduction in the effects of gastric acid.
• It is recommended to chew 5 to 6 clean Tulsi leaves when you have acidity to soothe the stomach.

2. Bananas:
• The potassium content in ripe bananas helps in eliminating sudden bouts of acidity.
• Bananas also aid in relieving constipation problems and cause healthy bowel movement.

3. Cumin seeds:
• Cumin seeds which are commonly used in cooking dishes have anti-inflammatory properties that aid in soothing the digestive tract.
• These stimulate saliva production, boost metabolism and relieve the problem of bloating along with other discomforts caused by gastric troubles.
• You may chew a few cumin seeds when troubled with acidity or boil them in water and drink the solution.

4. Cold milk:
• The richness of calcium in milk aids in reducing acid problems and absorbing the acid which has already been produced.
• It helps in providing instant relief from the burning sensation owing to its coldness.

• But it is important to drink it plain without any additives like sugar.

5. Cloves:
• Cloves are known for their calmative properties which help to improve the process of peristalsis by which food moves down the stomach.
• When you put a clove in your mouth, just bite it once to help in releasing the extracts which would reach your digestive tract and immediately lower down the acid reflux.

6. Ginger:
• If you do not find raw ginger to be very pungent, you can keep a candied ginger slice in your mouth for instant relief from acidity.
• If you feel that you wouldn’t be able to chew raw ginger, you can boil it in water and drink it after it cools down.
• Ginger can be also eaten with a small piece of jaggery to help the juice reach the stomach and alleviate the acidity.

7. Mint leaves:
• Commonly referred to as ‘pudina’, mint leaves are known for lowering the acid content and improve digestion.
• If you feel that an acid attack is imminent, you can chop down a few mint leaves and boil it in water and drink the solution for eliminating bloating problems.

These few Ayurvedic remedies can help in soothing acidity along with its other symptoms.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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How Ayurveda Helps Manage Anti-Aging?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), PGD IN NATURO & YOGA SCIENCE
Ayurveda, Katni
How Ayurveda Helps Manage Anti-Aging?

As time passes in the mundane chores of our everyday life, the more we grow old. This is one truth of our lives is something that can never be altered. However, it does not mean that it has to be reflected on your body. There are a lot of anti-aging creams in the market, but instead of going through the tedious process of applying them over and over to get satisfying results, an inclusion of natural herbs and spices in your daily diet will not only reduce the signs of aging from your body but also make you feel and look younger.

Advantages of herbs and spices
Most of the herbs and spices contain a healthy amount of antioxidants, minerals and multivitamins, which help improve blood cholesterol levels and the regulation of the blood glucose level. Not to forget that the addition of a suitable amount of herbs and spices in your regular diet increases the taste quotient of even a bland meal. The herbs and spices that really work well as anti-aging agents are as follows:

  1. Basil: It contains a healthy amount of flavonoids which prevents the body cells from significant damage due to oxidation and strengthens the immune system in general thus, making you feel and look younger.
  2. Cardamom and mint leaves: This particular spice and herb are particularly useful to relieve your body from any symptoms of indigestion. It also helps in the detoxification of the body.
  3. Cinnamon: Cinnamon helps to control the blood sugar level of the body and also helps to protect the body from obesity.
  4. Cloves: Cloves helps to initiate better digestion with the help of the anti-inflammatory properties within the herb. This will help keep the digestion problems at bay and thus act as an anti-aging agent
  5. Ginger: Ginger helps to prevent migraines, provide relief from rheumatoid arthritis and the treatment of indigestion and inflammation. This will also help relieve skin inflammation which is where many of the skin disorders may make you look old.
  6. Turmeric: A pinch of turmeric in your daily main course can reduce chances of deadly disease like arthritis, asthma, gall bladder disorders and lung cancer. Garlic helps in the activation of liver enzymes which eliminates the toxins from the body.
  7. Parsley: Parsley contains a rich amount of iron and a regular intake might help in the cleansing of the blood. This will help remove blemishes and thus make your skin look younger.
  8. Bay leaves and saffron: A regular but limited intake of bay leaves and saffron provides you with a calm and serene temperament. This can lower stress and stop many of the harmful effects, such as aging related problems.
  9. Cumin: Cumin also contains a lot of iron which helps boost the digestive system and thus keeps your body functioning properly acting as an anti aging ingredient. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ayurveda.
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10 Ayurvedic Remedies To Treat Acidity!

MD
Ayurveda, Pune
10 Ayurvedic Remedies To Treat Acidity!

When there is excessive acid build-up in your body, you experience a burning sensation in your chest. This condition is called acidity.  

You feel a burning sensation in your chest, your mouth tastes sour and your throat may feel sore during bouts of acidity.  An antacid can give you quick relief, but sometimes, you might feel like it isn’t working very well for you. Ayurveda may help you in this case.

Ayurveda is safe, and it provides a natural way to heal acidity.

Here are some Ayurvedic remedies for acidity:

1. Bananas: The potassium in bananas is an excellent antidote to acidity. Eating a ripe banana can provide you relief from the discomforting symptoms of acidity.

2. MilkThe calcium in milk bars acid build-up and absorbs the extra acid produced. For best results, drink cold milk to ease your discomfort.

3. Mint leaves: Mint reduces acid production and cools the burning sensation in your stomach. Chop and boil some mint leaves; then drink the cooled solution for relief.

4. Tulsi: Tulsi boosts mucus production in the stomach and has antiulcer properties. To ease your discomfort, chew on 5-6 tulsi leaves.

5. CardamomElaichi, or cardamom, is a multi-purpose remedy. It stimulates digestion, reduces stomach spasms, soothes the stomach lining and prevents excessive acid production. Just crush two pods of elaichi in boiling water and drink it for quick results.

6.  ClovesCloves boost saliva production, which helps in digestion and reducing the symptoms of acidity. For relieving acidity, just bite a piece of clove and keep it in your mouth. The oils released from the clove will reduce acidity within no time.

7. Aniseed: Aniseed cools the stomach lining, which reduces the burning sensation. Simply chewing a few aniseeds or saunf seeds, can bring about instant relief.

8. Cumin: Cumin stimulates saliva production, which aids in improving digestion and metabolism. You can eat cumin seeds, or boil them in water and then drink the solution for relief.

9. GingerGinger improves digestion and helps absorb and assimilate essential nutrients better. It also protects your stomach from ulcers by boosting mucus secretion, which reduces the damage to the stomach lining caused by acid.

10. Amla: Also called the Indian gooseberry, amla has high amounts of vitamin C in it, which helps in healing the agitated lining of the stomach and oesophagus. You can consume one teaspoon of gooseberry powder to prevent acidity. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an Ayurveda.

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Table of Content

Cloves
Nutritional Value of Cloves
Nutritional facts Per 100 Grams
Vitamins and Minerals
Health Benefits of Cloves
Protects the liver
Keeps diabetes in check
For a healthy stomach
Strengthens the immune system
For treating oral diseases
To enhance bone strength
Rids headaches
Improves digestion
Fights lung cancer
Strong antibacterial agent
Fights bad breath
Anti-inflammatory properties
Uses of Cloves
Side-Effects & Allergies of Cloves
Cultivation of Cloves