Since old times, this famous spice has been used as part of numerous Asian and Chinese dishes.
For the most part cloves is used with spices like pepper, turmeric, ginger etc, as all these spices have a lot in common. Cloves is added into soups,
grill sauces, pickling and also is used as one of the ingredients of sri lankan curry powder.
Clove oil is used as an insect repellent and as part of fragrant
healing. The fragrance of cloves can calm your mind. Clove oil is added into lamps and when making incense sticks. It also has the ability to warm up your body and ease blood
circulation. Therefore it is good for those who have varicose veins.
clove oil is a good home remedy for inflammation and sprains.
This spice is a decent wellspring of vitamin-C. consumption of
foods rich in vitamin C helps the body to create resistance against diseases like cold and cough.
The vital oil, eugenol in
this spice has been helpful in dentistry as an anesthetic and it also
has the ability to kill germs in teeth and gum. Research have found that Eugenol can also lessen glucose levels in
diabetics.Further, the spice buds contain great measures of vitamin A
and beta-carotene levels. These mixes are known as cancer prevention
properties. Vitamin A is needed for vision.