Benefits of eating cloves, medicinal properties and home remedies for healthy oral health

Be it hundreds of years ago or today's time, the benefits, properties, and home remedies of eating cloves remain the same even today. In this post, you will know the benefits of eating cloves, medicinal properties, and home remedies. You will definitely read this post of ours till the end. And with the information given by us, you will be able to

What is clove? 

Clove is used as medicine. And as well as spices, cloves are also used. Cloves are both medicine and spice. It is of brown color. In addition, cloves are also strongly aromatic. Cloves grow in trees. The clove tree is evergreen. It is grown in many countries. Many medicinal properties are found in cloves. By using this we can avoid many diseases. It is easily available to us in the markets.

Clove names in 12 languages  

Hindi - clove, long English – Clove, Clovis Sanskrit - Devkusum, Warij Urdu - Laung, Lavang Gujarati - Loving Telugu - Karuppu, Lavangmu Tamil - Kirambu, Kirampu Bengali - Lavang Nepali - Lawang Marathi - Lavang Arabic - kernels, kernels Malayalam - clove, gramampu

The scientific name of clove

The scientific name of clove - Syzygium aromaticum (Syzygium aromaticum)

Medicinal properties of cloves

Copper  Protein Phosphorus  Vitamin A Carbohydrates  Vitamin B Energy  Vitamin C Sugar  Iron Glucose  Fiber Zinc  Manganese Niacin  Sodium Selenium  Potassium Thiamine  Calcium

Benefits of eating cloves in diseases

Clove removes toothache

Eating cloves in toothache provides relief toothache. We use cloves raw or in the form of oil in toothache. The medicinal properties of cloves destroy the insects present in the teeth. And gives us relief from toothache.

Method of use

(1) - Keep the clove in place of the toothache.

(2)- Put clove oil in cotton and keep the cotton on the painful tooth.

Benefits of eating cloves for bad mouth

If someone has the problem of bad mouth, then no one can talk to that person's face to face. But by consuming cloves, we can get rid of bad breath. Let's know. 

Benefits of eating cloves in a bad mouth.

Method of use

(1) – Put 1 to 2 clove buds in the mouth and suck it slowly.

(2) – Boil some cloves of cloves in water and consume this water. This method is also very beneficial in bad breath.

How can cloves be consumed?

We can consume cloves in many ways. So let's know these methods –

We consume cloves mixed with vegetables and pulses. Clove can be consumed by mixing it in the decoction. Consume clove tea. Chew the clove raw and eat it. Boil cloves in water and consume that water. Grind cloves finely and consume them with water. Mix clove paste in the paste and use it. Make clove oil and use it. Make a paste of clove and use it.

Where are cloves found? 

In India, cloves are produced in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Kerala. And also in the western areas, cloves are cultivated. Cloves are evergreen trees. In today's era, we get cloves easily in shops.

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