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Benefits of clove with some tips on how to use it



What is clove and what are its properties?


Clove (Syzygium aromaticum) is the small flower bud of an evergreen tropical tree that bears reddish-brown buds to be used in many areas as a spice and seasoning. Cloves are distinguished by their strong smell and pungent flavor and are used in the cooking of many dishes, such as meat dishes and baked goods, as they are considered one of the distinctive flavors. culture has moved to the Indian Ocean and Sri Lanka.


Properties and benefits of cloves


  1. Clove contains many health and composition properties : That make it of high nutritional value, and these characteristics make it very important and beneficial for humans because it is:
  2. Rich in minerals and nutrients : Because it contains carbohydrates, proteins, energy, dietary fiber, in addition to minerals such as potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium, and some vitamins, the most important of which are vitamin E, folic acid, niacin, iron, zinc, phosphorus, thiamine, vitamin C and vitamin A, a small number of cloves put in food provides food in all of these nutrients.
  3. It is full of biochemicals : As it contains bioactive compounds that can be obtained from clove extracts such as flavonoids, hexane, methylene chloride, ethanol, thymol, eugenol, and benzene. These compounds act as antioxidants, liver protectors, anti-inflammatories, and antimicrobials.
  4. Bacteria are killer because cloves carry antimicrobial properties : Which stop the growth of microorganisms such as bacteria, the most important of which are Escherichia coli bacteria which cause food poisoning. It also improves oral health and eliminates bacteria that cause gum disease through the use of a mouthwash made from extracts of cloves and tea tree oil and basil.
  5. Promoting the death of cancer cells : Cloves contain rich benefit components extracted as oils, clove oil helps stop the growth of cancerous tumors and promotes the death of these cancer cells, especially esophageal cancer, and the eugenol in cloves promotes the death of cancer cells, especially cells that grow in the cervix.
  6. Digestive Health Booster : Cloves have long been used in traditional medical treatments to help with stomach problems. Cloves contain compounds that aid digestion and control irritation of the digestive system. Eating cloves after roasting stops vomiting due to their narcotic properties. It is also used to get rid It helps to get rid of ulcers.
  7. An assistant for patients with diabetes and bone : Clove acts to control the level of sugar in the blood as it acts similarly to insulin in the body, and eating it along with a healthy diet for diabetics reduces the severity of their disease, and clove extracts maintain bone density and the number of minerals it contains, which reduces the risk of osteoporosis.


Nutrients in Cloves


Cloves contain many nutrients, the most important of which are:

  • Vitamin K.
  • Vitamin C.
  • Vitamin A.
  • Iron.
  • magnesium.
  • phosphorous.
  • Sodium.
  • Calcium.
  • potassium.
  • manganese.


Warnings and side effects of cloves


  1. Despite the benefits of cloves, there are some side effects of its use, here are the most important of these side effects and warnings about them:
  2. Cloves are safe to use for the most part as long as they are used in the proper and straightforward amounts, but if it exceeds the safe limit it can cause problems.
  3. Using cloves for children is dangerous and can cause them health problems, such as imbalance of body fluids and liver damage (cirrhosis).
  4. Clove oil is safe to use on the skin, but increased use of it for dental and gum pain relief can cause some problems.
  5. Dried cloves can cause allergic reactions and irritation in some, so be careful.
  6. Inhaling cigarette smoke with cloves can lead to certain risks to the respiratory system and suffer from certain infections.
  7. Cloves can cause bleeding in some because it contains substances that prevent or slow down clotting, and their use is also not recommended before and after surgery.
  8. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should pay attention to the amounts of cloves that are safe for their condition.


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Week Dishes is an educational blog that shows the experiences of Chef Mohamed, the culinary and gastronomy teacher, and especially in global pastry.

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