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Cloves and Cinnamon Remedies

Other Names: Cloves, Laung, Ding Xiang, Fragrant spice, Syzgium Aromaticum, Eugenia Carophyllata
Traditional Usages:  Cosmetics, perfumery, flavouring, Flatulence, Asthenia, Diarrhea, Dyspepsia, Measles, Worms, Hypothermia, Asthma, Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Bad Breath, Cholera, Toothache, Coughs, Insomnia, Premature Ejaculation, Nausea, Stops Vomitting,
Resources: India, Zanzibar, Pema Island, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Molucca Islands in the Philippines
Parts Used: Dried flower Bud, Essential Oil
Administration Methods: Powdered, ground or whole cloves to obtain the essential oils, preparations for topical use.
Herb Action:  Antiseptic, Antibacterial, Antifungal, Antiviral, Topical anesthetic in dentistry, Antispasmodic, antioxidant.
Herbal Research: Cloves
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding. In concentrated form, oil of cloves may be irritating to mucosal tissues.  


Cloves and Cinnamon - Natural remedy for Allergies: Both have anti-inflammatory properties and can be very useful for a stuffy nose and inflamed membranes associated with allergies. Boil 10 cloves with a one-inch piece of cinnamon in five cups of water for 10 minutes. Let it cool down and drink as often as possible.

Cloves and Cinnamon - Natural remedy for Colds: Boil 10 cloves with one-inch piece of cinnamon stick in one pint of water. Strain, add one teaspoon of honey and drink three times a day.

Cloves and Cinnamon - Natural remedy for Laryngitis: Boil twelve cloves and a one-inch cinnamon stick in a cupful of water, strain, add one teaspoon of honey and drink three times daily.

Cloves and Cinnamon - Natural remedy for Vomiting: Eight cloves infused in one cup of boiling water for five minutes can do the trick. If you prefer, you can use a piece of cinnamon stick (one-inch) instead. 

Cloves and Cinnamon - Natural remedy for Wounds: Mix a teaspoon of clove or cinnamon essential oils with one spoonful of coconut or castor oil and apply to the wound.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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