What are the benefits of Clove Oil and How to use clove oil?

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In the winter season, keep a small vial of clove oil ie clove oil in your house. It will give you relief from many seasonal diseases. Learn how to use it here…

How to use Clove Oil: Clove is used prominently in Indian kitchen. Along with pulao, stuffed vegetable, decoction, etc., cloves are definitely used during worship and havan.

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Because clove is also a medicine, also a spice and also a Havan material. From this you can understand that after all, the meaning of using so much space is clear that cloves have many properties. Most people know about the use of cloves. But very little is known about the use of clove oil. So here you are being told about the use of clove oil. How can you stay healthy by using it especially in winters, know here…

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What are the properties of clove oil?

  • Rich in antifungal properties
  • has antiviral properties
  • is antiseptic
  • Iron
  • Phosphorus
  • sodium
  • potassium
  • Contains Vitamin-A and C.
  • In which diseases is clove oil useful?
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  • It is most commonly used in toothache.
  • gives relief from cough
  • Gives instant relief in headache
  • Helps to relieve stress
  • Beneficial for asthma patients
  • removes the problem of indigestion
  • Provides relief in skin allergies
  • heals pimples fast
  • Benefit in respiratory problems
  • Gives relief in joint pain
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How to use Clove Oil

  • Whenever you use clove oil except for toothache and food use, do not use it alone. Because it is very active and reacts immediately. Therefore, there is a need to be careful while using it and also to gather the right information.
  • To use clove oil in toothache, apply clove oil on a cotton swab and apply it in the tooth.
  • Using this oil in food, after cooking the food, put a few drops on top and then cover it for 5 to 7 minutes.
  • In case of sore throat, mix one drop of clove oil with two drops of almond oil or olive oil and massage it on the throat.
  • Massage clove oil mixed with almond, olive oil or coconut oil even if there is tightness in the chest. Keep in mind that as many drops of clove oil, take twice as many drops of other oil.
  • Do not use clove oil mixed with mustard oil on the skin. Because both these oils are very hot, so mixing them on the skin, there is a risk of reaction.
  • If you have trouble in breathing or if you are having problems due to cold, then you can also take steam of this oil. Although it gives more benefit than applying it on the throat and chest.
  • If you have a problem of itching or rashes, then you can mix it with almond oil and apply it on that place.
  • You can stop the pimple from growing by using this oil even when the pimple comes out. For this, with the help of ear bud, apply a little clove oil directly on the pimple. Use only twice a day. Pimple will be completely cured in 2 to 3 days.
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Who should not use clove oil?

  • Do not use if you have problems with anaphylaxis.
  • Do not use clove oil if your skin is very sensitive.
  • Avoid using clove oil if you have a bleeding disorder.
  • If you have the problem of low blood pressure or low blood sugar, then you should not use clove oil in food at all.
  • Using clove oil without diluting it in water or in large amounts in food can cause nervousness, nausea, vomiting, throat irritation or respiratory problems.
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