- 1 clove
- 2 Benefits of clove oil
- 3 nutritional value of cloves
- 4 side effects of clove oil
- 5 References
Is cloves (in English: Clove) of common herbs, and is used in many fields including use as a flavoring for many foods, drinks, and enters in many industry products; Such as: teeth, soap and toothpaste, cosmetics, and it can be used to treat some health problems, and contains large amounts of powerful antioxidants that give medicinal properties, which helps in which to reduce, and treat a lot of problems, and can be used clove supplements herbal; It occurs either in the form of tablets or liquids, or tea, and prefers not to eat with other herbal supplements; To avoid interaction with them; Such as: ginger, turmeric, garlic, etc., and preferably follow the instructions on the label of the product; To avoid any side effects of unwanted occurrence.  
Benefits of clove oil
The clove oil from the oils that are extracted from the clove plant, which is one of the most common oils used in dentistry for its properties soothing, as can be taken, and its use is the need for a prescription, in addition to that many uses has in everyday life, and the benefits that contribute where clove oil recall the following:   
- Solving skin problems: it is one clove oil and effective natural remedies in moisturizing dry skin and help to prevent the appearance of stretch marks, and swelling under the eyes, and skin; By putting it on a clean cloth, and apply it to the skin.
- Pain relief: the clove oil is commonly used to relieve dental pain, where it can be placed on the affected tooth for a period, or the use of his papers, and put it on the area of pain, it can also help to reduce the pain associated with teething children, relieve bloating pain, pills that may appear on skin, nerve pain; That applied to the area of pain, and Tdena until the skin absorbs the oil.
- Improve blood circulation: and this is through its role in calming the pain, Valqrnfel is the active ingredient that helps to increase blood flow to the region's painful, which helps reduce pain, can also be put clove oil on the front area to open blood vessels, which helps reduce pain headaches, and tension.
- Repel insects: It owns cloves smells help to use it in the expulsion of many insects, where it can be planted around the house, or using the leaves, put clove oil on the body to reduce the approaching insects, and mosquitoes from it.
- Reduce the pain of the stomach: it used clove oil old to relieve stomach pain, soothe the nerves, also has a role in helping digestion in cases of eating foods it is undesirable, and is taken by adding some drops of this oil herb to one intake drinks to ease the pain stomach.
- Improve bone health: to contain clove oil compounds; Such as: eugenol, flavonols and flavonoids; Which protects bone density and keeps the minerals in it, as this oil contains important food for bone health; Such as manganese, and omega-3; Which increases the absorption of calcium, vitamin C, and vitamin K.
- Improve the health of the immune system: due to the containment of clove oil on important vitamins and minerals that help to strengthen the immune system; Including vitamin C, iron, and eugenol; Which is effective against bacteria, viruses and harmful, and has many properties that help reduce blood toxicity, and increase the body's resistance against many diseases.
- Stress relief: it can be used clove oil to help reduce stress, tension, and fatigue through its use in massage sessions, it can also be used tea cloves with basil, cardamom, honey; To soothe the senses, relieve stress, and muscle cramps.
- Improve sugar levels: as one of the studies showed that clove oil can help to reduce insulin resistance, and blood sugar levels, and improves glucose tolerance, and the secretion of insulin in the body.
- Reduce the risk of obesity: where it can reduce clove extract from the incidence of obesity that occurs due to a healthy diet rich in fat, also it helps to reduce body weight, accumulated fat in the abdominal area, and liver.
- Treatment of sores: where he owns cloves anti-microbial properties, and viruses; Including the virus that causes ulcers, which may reduce the pain associated with it, where it can be applied to the skin, but preferably diluted with another type of oils, and use caution when used on sores. 
- Prevention of food poisoning: as some lab tests showed that clove oil can help to protect the body from poisoning by stopping the growth of bacteria that cause food poisoning. 
The nutritional value of cloves
The following table shows the contents of 100 grams of ground cloves on food items: 
Side effects of clove oil
The use of clove oil is safe when used appropriately, and dose moderate, but may have a toxic effect, side effects in the event of excessive use, and must pay attention to that some might suffer from an allergy to cloves, and people suffering from liver disease, blood clotting, impaired immune system, plant allergies can be the use of cloves have unsafe, also prefers not to be used by a pregnant woman before consulting a doctor; Because it is not known for its impact on pregnant women and children, and the most common side effects of this oil are skin irritation; In which the pain, swelling, redness occurs, and a feeling of heartburn, and other side effects of the following:   
- Damage to the gums, dental pulp.
- Diseases of the skin and mucous membranes.
- The sensitivity of the mouth, and irritation of the tissue.
- Breathing problems, sore throat, cough, and lung disease.
- Liver damage.
- Fluid imbalance.
- Abdominal pains.
- Vomiting, and nausea.
- Difficulty urinating.
- Dizziness and coma.
- ↑ "Cloves", www.nutritionfacts.org, Retrieved 11-5-2019. Edited.
- ^ أ ب "Clove", www.drugs.com,4-3-2019، Retrieved 11-5-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "Top 10 Uses For Clove Oil", www.everydayhealth.com,14-11-2017، Retrieved 11-5-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Vishruta Biyani (13-6-2016), "Top 10 Health Benefits of Cloves"، www.medindia.net, Retrieved 11-5-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Megan Metropulos (30-1-2018), "Cloves: Nutritional facts and health benefits"، www.medicalnewstoday.com, Retrieved 11-5-2019. Edited.
- ↑ MaryAnn Pietro (10-11-2017), "Best essential oils for treating cold sores"، www.medicalnewstoday.com, Retrieved 11-5-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Cathy Wong (5-4-2019), "The Health Benefits of Cloves"، www.verywellhealth.com, Retrieved 11-5-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "Basic Report: 02011, Spices, cloves, ground", www.ndb.nal.usda.gov, Retrieved 12-5-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "CLOVE", www.rxlist.com, Retrieved 11-5-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Shawn Watson (12-3-2019), "Treating Toothache With Clove Oil"، www.verywellhealth.com, Retrieved 11-5-2019. Edited.
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