30g resealable pouch
Pure Spice’s Cloves contains No Additives and is Non Radiated
- improve digestion
- helps with temporary toothache
- boost immune system
- Relieve upper respiratory infections.
- Treat scrapes and bruises
- Liver protection
- Diabetics control
- Bone preservation
- helps with headaches
What are Cloves?
Cloves are one of the spices indigenous to Asian countries like Indonesia, India, Pakistan, and even areas of East Africa. It is native to the Maluku islands in Indonesia. They are a popular flavoring agent used in a variety of ways across the world, particularly in Asia and cloves form a culinary base in a number of different Asian cuisines.
Clove, just like many other spices originating in Asia, has a great history behind it.During the 13th and 14th centuries, cloves were transported all the way from Indonesia to China, India, Persia, Africa, and Europe. During this time, cloves had a very high price, and thus wars for monopoly over clove production and distribution began. Many wars were waged in order to control the islands of Maluku during both the medieval and modern periods. The Dutch emerged victoriously and held the Maluku islands for a very long time. Today, clove is a very important commercial crop all around the world.
Clove is the dried bud of the flower from the tree Syzygium aromaticum. It belongs to the plant family named Myrtaceae. The plant is an evergreen plant growing in tropical and subtropical conditions. Clove is an herb and people use various parts of the plant, including the dried bud, stems, and leaves to make medicine. Clove Oil is also famous for its medicinal properties.
Clove has been used for thousands of years in India and China not only as a spice and condiment but also as a medicine for many ailments.Ayurvedic medicine used cloves for tooth decay, halitosis, and bad breath In Chinese medicine, clove was considered to possess aphrodisiac properties.