Cloves can be found very easily in Indian kitchens as it enhances the flavor of the food as well as is full of Ayurvedic properties. It is said about minor problems like headaches and colds that it is overcome by the use of cloves. Apart from iron, carbohydrates, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, hydrochloric acid, it also contains vitamin A, vitamin C, manganese, and fiber which is very important for good health. Taking cloves in tea, lentils, and vegetables is very beneficial.
Consuming cloves also cure a poor digestive system, so cloves are also used in food made in homes. Use it to get rid of problems like indigestion, vomiting, gastric, diarrhea, etc. The effect of clove is hot, so avoid taking it when there is heat in the stomach.
Clove has antiseptic properties, which is why it is used in the treatment of bacterial infection, injury, burns, wounds, or other skin problems in the body. Clove oil is also easily available, but clove oil should be applied only after mixing it with some oil, not directly on the skin.
Natural pain reliever
Clove is a natural pain reliever. It is often used in toothache and treatment also proves beneficial. Eugenol oil present in it is very beneficial in relieving toothache. In the case of a headache, roasting it and tying it in a cloth, provides relief. Clove is also used in making toothpaste, mouthwash, and cream.
Treatment of arthritis
Pain in joints in arthritis is very painful. Many people are upset to get rid of this pain. In this case, regular massage of clove oil gives relief in pain, while swelling also decreases because flavonoids are found in high quantity in cloves.
Relaxation in respiratory diseases
If the cold is prolonged, the nose is blocked, difficulty in breathing, phlegm, asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, etc. Cloves are also very useful in treating problems. Clove oil is also used in these problems, but before using clove oil you should be aware of your body and skin whether it suits you or not.
Note- This article has been prepared on the basis of a conversation with Rajat Salunke, a doctor at Ashtavinayak Clinic. Doctor Rajat Salunke has been practicing for the last 13 years. He holds his degree from Karamveer Venkatrao Tanaji Randhir Ayurved College, Maharashtra.
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