Cloves are an ancient spice Chinese used over 2000 years to "sweeten the breath". Historically used for digestive problems, headaches, and earaches. They are also a natural anesthetic (due to the eugenol oil) which is why they were often used for dental procedures in centuries past. http://yldist.com/a2z4health/
Helpful Herbs: Clove Todays Helpful Herb: Clove Clove is a popular spice used in foods and aromatherapy around the world. The dried buds of the plant are ground to create the common spice we use in cooking. The stems, buds, and leaves of the plant are steam-distilled to create an richly aromatic essential oil. Both the spice and the essential oil have been found to have numerous health benefits.
CLOVE ESSENTIAL OIL: The active component of cloves is eugenol oil. This oil makes up 60-90% of each clove and has long been thought to kill bacteria, viruses and fungi. This oil also acts as an antiseptic, anesthetic, digestive stimulant expectorant, aromatic, antispasmodic, astringent and accounts for its various uses. https://www.etsy.com/listing/196510427/natural-organic-toothpaste-mint-clove-2?ref=listing-2
Eugenol is a welcome addition to perfumery, flavoring, and used in a simlar function to essential oils. HBNO is pleased to offer #Eugenol_Oil in retail packing to bulk and wholesale quantities. We can supply any amount of oil needed to anywhere in the world.
Parsley: 1.Reduces the risk of breast, digestive tract, skin, prostate cancers. Contains high levels of apigenin(a flavonoid) remarkable anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory & antioxidant properties. 2.Improves immune function. Its essential oil helps suppress over-stimulated immune response -fights allergies, autoimmune & chronic inflammatory disorders. 3.Contains eugenol(oil) -helps reduce pain & swelling of arthritis. 4.Source of Vit.C. 5. Source of folic acid which against heart attack…
Oregon's Wild Harvest - Cloves, ORGANIC - 1 lb. by Oregon's Wild Harvest. $32.00. Natural antioxidant. Herb Identity Guaranteed. 100% Vegetarian. The use of Cloves is well documented throughout history and across many cultures. This important spice is still valued in Ayurvedic (Indian), Chinese, European and Native American traditional medicine. The aromatic essential oil that gives this spice its characteristic aroma is eugenol. This natural antioxidant compound ha...