Clove appeared in Europe with the Silk Road. Since then, it is used as spices. It has contributed to the invention and fame of some culinary preparations, such as gingerbread. Its analgesic virtue has been exploited in dentistry since the sixteenth century. Exported to China, its perfume was used to freshen the breath before approaching the emperor.
To grow cloves is a matter of patience, because the tree gives fruit only after 6 to 8 years, and gives much better yields only after 25 years.
The cold winter favors the development of certain viruses responsible for diseases of the respiratory system and ENT infections: cold, flu, tonsillitis, sinusitis, angina. To protect yourself, opt for an aromatherapy with clove essential oil. Such treatment will also kill viruses that settle on your skin so you avoid contaminating your loved ones. Clove oil is both anti-infectious, antiseptic and bactericidal.
With all our concerns, we do not have sufficient resources to fight against the parasitic worms that infest our digestive organism. However, you will be able to use a clove essential oil treatment to benefit from its antiparasitic and antispasmodic properties. For these reasons, clove oil has become Europe's first bio-remedy for diarrhea and stomach spasms.
Clove is an effective treatment against urogenital diseases, cystitis and salpingitis. Women who are about to give birth may also benefit from its uterotonic character.
Clove can serve as a dietary supplement for people wishing to lose weight, being a great appetite suppressant. for young people, it relieves fatigue and reduces the risk of overwork.