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Allergies to Cloves

by Danielle Hill
Clove is a highly aromatic herb, widely used as a spice in cooking, as an ingredient in fragrances and as an herbal remedy for varied ailments. Many processed foods and products use trace amounts of clove oil, derived from the plant. Individuals with an allergy to cloves usually react to the oil its...
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