Small cloves have a special place in the world of spices. Cloves are used in medicines ranging from tea to pulao and toothpaste. It has many properties that are beneficial to you. Cloves rich in anti-oxidants, anti-bacterial, antiseptic properties protect us from many diseases. Clove is bitter in taste and is aromatic because of an element called eugenol. Today we're going to tell you how much this little long can be used.
Relaxing from stomach problem
Cloves are very beneficial for the stomach. The fibre present in it helps in digestion and constipation. An empty stomach is relieved by adding a few drops of clove oil or drinking clove water in a glass of water. In addition, it is beneficial for vitamin C immune systems, blood clotting of vitamins and magnesium brain function.
Vitamin C and anti-oxidant properties help us in colds and colds. Throat infection is relieved by adding clove water or some cloves to spiced tea. Keeping whole cloves in the mouth can also be relieved from sore throat.
Helping in cancer prevention
Eugenol found in cloves has anticancer properties, which help in the prevention of cancer. Consumption of clove extracts prevents cancer cells and tumours from growing. The use of eugenol in cloves also has its own disadvantages and that is why clove extracts, clove oil should be used in very limited quantities. Excess intake can damage the liver, especially the liver of children.