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Clove

Introduction:

We all know cloves very well. Almost every home has it. For years it has been used in our homes, not only in cities but also in small villages. It is especially used in fragrances and in pan-masala. It is also used a lot for masks. It is also used medicinally. Cloves come in two varieties: blackish and brown. Blackened cloves are considered better. Nowadays some of its oil is extracted from cloves by machines. So take the blackened cloves.

Analysis of elements:
1. Jalatatva - 23.30%
2. Protein - 5.20%
3. Fat - 8.90%
4. Carbohydrate - 47.90%
5. Mineral substances - 5.20%
6. Fiber - 9.50%
7. Calcium - 0.74%
8. Phosphorus - 0.10%
9. Iron - 4.90 mg of  Per 100 grams
10. Calories - 293 per 100 grams

Properties:
Clove is spicy, bitter, short, palatable, pungent, sweet, warm, digestive, fiery, oily, hearty and eye-catching. Vanti, it is expectorant and antiseptic.

Usage:
(1) On cold: Drink clove extract.
(2) Fainting: Apply clove wear in the eye.
(3) Blindness (less visible at night): Rubbing cloves in the urine and rubbing in the eyes.
(4) Toothache: Take clove oil on Rs.
(5) On anorexia, indigestion and cholera: Clove extract and drink twice a day.
(6) On Thali Khasi: Clove key swallow its juice.
(7) On swelling: Apply a bowl of clove.
(8) On the heel coming to the pregnant woman: Soak a few cloves in hot water. Drink a little of that water occasionally.
(9) Headache: Rub clove oil on the forehead or apply it in a bowl of water on the forehead.

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