Clove - 100 q
The clove grows in tropical forests, with a height of about 10 to 15 meters, with a smooth body and it is an evergreen tree. Homeland is Indonesia.
The clove takes a special place in the cuisine of most countries due to its admirable taste and aroma. It is used as spice in the preparation of marinades, sauces, pudding, kisel, compote and a variety of sweets, confectionery and dishes.
Benefits of clove
Clove buds are rich in aromatic compounds such as evgenol, carophthalen, beta-myrsen, pinene. It contains up to 20% of essential oils, glycosides, carophiles, oleanic acid, mucus, humulene, oils, vaccines, vitamins A, B1, B2, PP, C, magnesium, calcium, sodium, phosphorus and iron. Essential oils give the clove a unique aroma and burning taste.
Clove essential oil is used in pharmaceutical production in many developed countries. It is used in the preparation of ointments, balms and medications that are irritating, healing, pain-killer, anti-inflammatory.
In order to be protected against moth and mosquito, stick cloves tightly on the surface of 1 whole lemon or orange and put in the corners of the room.
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