The use of clove in whole or ground form is mainly for culinary purposes and as a flavouring agent in food industry. Its flavour blends well with both sweet and savory dishes. It is highly valued in medicine as carminative, aromatic and stimulant. In Indonesia, the lion share of production is consumed in production of ‘kretek’ cigarettes.
The antiseptic and antibiotic properties of clove oil are used in medicine especially in dentistry, oral and pharyngeal treatments. It has wider applications in preparations of toothpaste and mouthwashes, soaps and perfumes. It is also reported to help diabetics in sugar assimilations.
Cloves are the flower buds of the clove tree, an evergreen also known as Syzygium aromaticum.
Found in both whole and ground forms, this versatile spice can be used to season pot roasts, add flavor to hot beverages and bring spicy warmth to cookies and cakes.
You may know cloves as one of the main ingredients in gingerbread baked goods or a staple spice in Indian cuisine.
In addition to their sweet, aromatic flavor, cloves are known for their potent medicinal properties.
- Contain Important Nutrients
- High in Antioxidants
- May Protect Against Cancer
- Can Kill Off Bacteria
- May Improve Liver Health
- May Help Regulate Blood Sugar
- May Promote Bone Health
- May Reduce Stomach Ulcers
250 gms, 500gms, 1KG