First and most asked questions is what’s a CLOVE???
Cloves are unopened dry flowers buds from a family tree called Myrtaceae, scientifically known as Syzygium aromaticum.
Studies have revealed that Cloves has an antibacterial properties that helps promote our health including supporting liver, cancer and stabilizing blood sugar levels. It’s massive efficiency can’t be overemphasized, as it’s used for traditional medicines. Just a teaspoon of clove contains Calories, Carbs, Fiber and Manganese.
Some Benefits Of Cloves
1)Can kill bacteria
Cloves have been shown to have antimicrobial properties, meaning they can help stop the growth of microorganisms.
The oil obtained from clove is a good source of a compound called eugenol. The strong germicidal properties of clove help combat toothache, sore gums and ulcers.
2)Regulates Blood Sugar Level
3)Cloves have antioxidants that help in fighting radical damage to the body and boost our immune system.
4)Cloves also have antiseptic(you can sense it on your taste bud) the antiviral, and antimicrobial properties can fights common infections such as cold, and cough.
How Do I Consume It??
1)You can blend dry and add to your meal while cooking or baking, just a teaspoon.
2)You can cook and drink as tea
3)Soak inside empty container with water, cover and drink occasionally.
As we all know too much of everything is bad, below are the side effects of clove
1)It’s not advisable for children consumption
2)Too much intake causes erection problems, as well as trouble having orgasm( ejaculation)
3)Itching and skin irritation, mouth irritation, bleeding or swollen gums.