All women should know these 7 clove tips

Brown and hard, dried in the sun, this clove flower bud is a spice with a pungent and warm taste. For more than 2,000 years, clove has been a spice used in Asia for its medicinal and culinary properties. It later reached Europe in the Middle Ages and became as famous a trade commodity as pepper.

Today, 95% of the world’s clove production is used to make Indonesian cigarettes. The clove tree is a fragile tree that only bears fruit after the eighth year of its existence. Flowering is rare because the flower buds are harvested before the petals appear. The harvested material is then dried until the nails turn brown.


An infusion of cloves helps combat various digestive problems, especially stomach pain and bloating.
To prepare it, steep 4 or 5 cloves in a large cup of boiling water for about ten minutes.

2 – Clove for bad breath

To avoid bad breath, suck a clove after every meal. This ensures good breath. Very good for teeth and breath.

3 – It relieves toothache

Eugenol is a valuable antiseptic in crisis situations with sore gums and teeth. “It actually acts on peripheral opioid receptors, nerve endings that allow us to perceive pain autonomously,” explains Franck Dubus, doctor of pharmacy. Prefer an oily maceration in mouthwash or a mother tincture, which limits the risk of irritation.

4 – During the massage you will be relieved from muscle and rheumatic pain

You can try the pain relieving massage oil recipe or try the clove based one. Because cloves have an anti-inflammatory effect. It can also relieve your muscle, joint and rheumatic pain. To do this, add about 10 drops of clove essential oil to 30 cl of vegetable oil (jojoba or sweet almond oil). Use this preparation to massage painful areas three times a day. Pain should be relieved within 48 hours.×280&×280%2C0x0%2C1263x585&nras=2&correlator=1646284239641&frm=20&pv=1&ga_vid=1133921657.1704708285&ga_sid=1704708285&ga_hid=1594822943&ga_fc=0&u_tz=60&u_his=1&u_h=720&u_w=1280&u_ah=672&u_aw=1280&u_cd=24&u_sd=1.5&dmc=8&adx=464&ady=2602&biw=1263&bih=585&scr_x=0&scr_y=400&eid=44759875%2C44759926%2C44759837%2C31079266%2C42532523%2C44795921%2C95320869%2C31078663%2C31078665%2C31078668%2C31078670&oid=2&psts=AOrYGsl35XKYLbjzMtgqO5EHuHyXBpjTEwRVHKtrg3yfLPPEPjW01mHqkj4gUdn5uvHCQUYXRNsoVxOYsjd0y5Y8muTVeg&pvsid=1494905262983055&tmod=153018732&uas=0&nvt=1&!2&btvi=2&fsb=1&dtd=6567


If you want to prevent winter ailments, consider clove essential oil. Its antiviral and antibacterial properties help you avoid flu, colds and other winter infections…

First method to benefit from its benefits: dilute 1 to 2 drops of essential oil in a teaspoon of olive oil and swallow before a meal. Second method: Dilute 1 to 2 drops of essential oil on a piece of sugar so that it melts under the tongue before eating. Regardless of the technique used, you can use it one to three times a day, for a maximum of a week.

6 – IF you have a urinary tract infection (or kidney stones)

To calm and relieve urinary tract infections, you can also opt for an infusion of cloves as described above. You can also add a drop (well, just one) of lavender essential oil to increase its effectiveness against your cystitis. Of course, this shouldn’t stop you from seeing a doctor!


Clove effectively combats hair loss (take a few cloves, add olive oil, leave for two days and then apply to hair.