Cloves helps digestion, is anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antioxidant and even anesthetic. Cloves is a known remedy for its effectiveness in relieving toothache. This is such that cloves is part of the composition of most mouth baths prescribed to treat an oral condition, whether dental or gingival. It is sometimes enough to place a nail between two teeth to be quickly relieved thanks to its anesthetic action.
Cloves are not often thought of as a general tonic, yet it is excellent to give a boost to the body and to fight physical or mental asthenia. It is also effective against winter viruses such as flu, flatulence, diarrhea and intestinal parasites. Traditionally and because cloves allows the dilatation of the cervix, it is recommended to women about to give birth to consume an infusion of cloves to facilitate childbirth and reduce pain.
Cloves can be consumed directly in the form of dried nails, infusion or essential oil, decoction, alcoholic solution but also in compress, fumigation or even in the form of ointment. You can also very simply use cloves regularly in the daily kitchen.