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Besides it’s culinary use, clove has many other uses and benefits.
Do you know the meaning of its name?
The word “clove” comes from the Latin “clavus”, which means nail. It really resembles a nail.
Clove is a source of nutrients, such as vitamins A and E, and beta-carotene.
And that’s why in today’s video you will learn about its benefits:
Helps with thyroid functioning
Natural analgesic and antiseptic
The benefits of clove come from its antiseptic, healing, antifungal, antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. Phew!
However, you must pay attention to its contraindications:
Pregnant women or nursing women, children under 6 years old, and patients with gastrointestinal problems and neurological diseases must avoid consuming clove, clove tea, and clove oil.
Also, remember to not consume it in excess or apply clove in irritated areas, which can cause skin rashes.
When using clove on your skin, don’t forget to use a carrier oil to get all the benefits.
Who could say that such a small spice could do so much for our health? Did you know about any of these benefits?
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