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This is Clove.

Benefits

1. Anti-parasitic

2. Anti-bacterial

3. Anti-fungal

4. Anti-viral

5. Toothache relief

6. Natural preservative

Description

Clove has been shown to have anti-parasitic properties, which makes it useful in deworming or killing parasites.

Clove also naturally kills bacteria, viruses and fungus, making it a natural preservative in foods that contain it.

You may notice that a tea made from cloves can slightly numb the mouth. For this reason, clove is many times used for toothache and other types of dental pain.

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Research

Anti-Parasitic

Syzygium aromaticum L. (Myrtaceae): Traditional Uses, Bioactive Chemical Constituents, Pharmacological and Toxicological Activities

Batiha El-Saber, G., Alkazmi, L.M., Wasef, L.G., Beshbishy, A.M., et al., Biomolecules, 2020

Anti-Bacterial

Bioactivity of Szygium aromaticum (L.) Merr. & L.M.Perry extracts as potential antimicrobial and anticancer agents

Taha Yassin, M., Abdulrahman Al-Askar, A., Abdel-Fattah Mostafa, A., El-Sheikh, M.A., Journal of King Saud University - Science, 2020

Anti-Fungal

Anti-Viral

Screening for Antiviral Activities of Isolated Compounds from Essential Oils

Astani, A., Reichling, J., Schnitzler, P., Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2011

Toothache Relief

Biologic properties of eugenol and zinc oxide--eugenol

Markowitz, K., Moynihan, M., Liu, M., Kim, S., Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, 1992

Natural Preservative

An overview of natural antimicrobials role in food

Pisoschi, A., Pop, A., Georgescu, C., Turcus, V. et al., European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2018

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