Clove is a dried, open flower that is obtained from a beautiful medium-sized evergreen tree. This tree grows to a height of ten to twelve meters with a straight trunk. The leaves are long, nine bananas and fragrant. The tree flowers at the age of nine. The clove flower is about half an inch long and fragrant.
Living has been used in China and the subcontinent for over 2,000 years. It is used in everything from hot spices to dental diseases. People also chew it to get rid of bad breath. In Iran and China, it is considered a force to be reckoned with. The clove tree belongs to Maluka Zanzibar region. The Chinese began using this spice in the third century BC. Cloves were imported to Alexandria in the second century AD. By the fourth century, it had spread throughout the Mediterranean. By the eighth century, it was used throughout Europe. Today, Zanzibar is the largest producer of cloves. According to chemical analysis, cloves contain carbohydrates, moisture, protein, volatile oil, aether essence (fat), crude fiber and minerals. Hydrochloric riboflavin. Niacin, Vitamin C and A are also found. Its nutritional value is 430 calories per gram.
Benefits and uses:
Living has many medicinal properties. It is a stimulus. Reduces seizures and convulsions. Helps to expel odor from the stomach. Clove is used as a medicine in many cases. These include both Joshandha and Suffolk. Clove contains ingredients that stabilize blood circulation and maintain body temperature. Clove oil gives new life to the skin through external massage. Its massage produces heat and redness. It strengthens the stomach, stimulates the liver and kidneys. Combined with constipation and laxatives, it does not cause abdominal pain like other laxatives. Clove oil also has clove-like properties. Eating three to five drops relieves stomach pain, bloating, indigestion and vomiting.
Living accelerates the flow of enzymes. As the digestive system improves, it is used sparingly in various stomach ailments and indigestion. Lick the powder of dried cloves mixed with honey to stop vomiting and nausea. The anesthesia of cloves makes the esophagus and stomach swell. So the vomiting stops.
Clove is very successful in treating cholera. If four grams of cloves are boiled in three liters of water until half of the water has evaporated and the rest of the water is taken in a sip, the severe symptoms of cholera disappear.
Chewing a clove with edible salt (a pinch) makes it easier to expel mucus. Sore throat is reduced. And the cough stops. It also relieves sore throat. Burnt cloves are also used to treat sore throats and coughs caused by the accumulation of mucus. Eating three to five drops of clove oil with a pinch of honey and garlic relieves the pain of spasmodic cough. This cough occurs in tuberculosis, asthma and pruritus. This medicine should be taken once daily at night before going to bed.
Living is also an effective treatment for asthma. Put 6 cloves in 30 ml of water and boil it to make a decoction. Adding a teaspoon of honey to it and drinking a teaspoon of decoction thrice a day increases the excretion of mucus. And asthma is relieved.
The use of clove in toothache relieves pain. Its antiseptic ingredients also eliminate dental infections. Applying clove oil in the cavity of the affected tooth eliminates the pain. Sucking clove also cures sore throat.
Heat a clove in sesame oil (a teaspoon) and put three to five drops in the ear to relieve earache.
Applying salt milk and crushed clove paste on the forehead is an old home remedy to relieve headaches. Salt reduces stress by extracting moisture.
The use of cloves is very common in foods and dishes. It is also used in betel nut. After fever, feeding the patient with clove grazing increases appetite and relieves the patient’s weakness. Clove is a strong fire. It also strengthens the nerves.