Cloves are one of the highly prized spices, widely recognized in the world. They’re anti-fungal, antibacterial, antiseptic & analgesic. They’re packed with antioxidants & are good sources of minerals, omega-3’s, & vitamins. The spice contains eugenol which has local anesthetic properties that can temporarily alleviate toothaches while helping pull out any infection. In tea form, it can lessen, or prevent, colds & flu & is used as an expectorant, making it easier to cough up phlegm. #dherbs
How to Make Clove Tea With Ground Cloves | eHow ~ I was looking for how I used to make clove tea and came across this one (not same recipe). Just using as a base to calculate the amount I'll add to my 8c water (another site has 2x as much, so I'll go in between). c:
*Medicinal Clove Tea Recipe and Benefits. Due to the antifungal nature of cloves, drinking this tea may cause some die-off symptoms. You may want to wait until you’ve made some dietary changes and have stuck with them for a while before adding a strong medicinal tea such as this.
Clove tea is a good option for a flavorful, nutritious hot beverage. A potent spice available year round, clove offers a variety of health benefits, according to the June 2007 issue of "Phytotherapy Research," and its oil is widely sold as a nutritional supplement. It is primarily clove's eugenol content that provides its health benefits....