Cloves (Syzygium aromaticum, syn. Eugenia aromaticum or Eugenia caryophyllata) are the aromatic dried flower buds of a tree in the family Myrtaceae. The clove tree is small and evergreen. The clove oil especially has been used by traditional folk healers down the ages, as well as by modern pharmacists and dentists in alleviating the symptoms associated with toothache and dental decay. Clove herbal tea is another remedy which is recorded in the herbal literature of many Asian cultures, this tea is seen as a cure for problems such as nausea and as an aid to eliminating excess gas in the stomach and the intestines, and the clove herbal tea is prepared by boiling and steeping the dried clove buds in water. Disorders such as diarrhea and a hernia are treated in the Chinese system of medicine by giving the patient clove oil. All pathogenic fungi and other troublesome fungal infections such as athletes foot can be treated using the tincture of clove oil, which is strongly fungicidal.Some types of viral infections can be treated by the potent and effective antiseptic ability possessed by the cloves; the plant is also strongly bactericidal. The cloves are often used in the treatment of all sorts of diseases caused by infections - thus in tropical areas of Asia the clove is used extensively as a remedy for treating a water borne disease such as cholera and insect borne diseases such as malaria, it is used in the treatment of tuberculosis, as well as in ridding the body of external disease caused by parasites such as scabies.Cloves can also be used to alleviate very uncomfortable symptoms in the digestive system, including excess abdominal gas, problems such as colic, and bloating in the abdominal region. Muscle spasms can be relieved if the cloves are applied as a topical ointment, at the same time, the anti-spasmodic action of the clove also aids in the alleviation of coughs and other problems of the respiratory system.
Shipping Facility : First class international courier like DHL, UPS, TNT, Express mail.