Clove or Laung is a storehouse of health benefits. It holds great importance traditionally, especially in East Asia. In Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese medicine, it has been used extensively. By the 17th century clove gained recognition throughout the world. Apart from adding flavour and aroma to your curries and biryani, people use its oil, leaves, stems and dried buds for various medicinal and health purposes.
Its has high anti-microbial, anti-fungal, antiviral, antiseptic and stimulating properties, clove oil is a popular home remedy for various ailments. Here are some benefits you can reap by using clove oil. According to Dr. Ashutosh Gautam from Baidyanath, “Clove oil is one of the richest sources of antioxidants.
In aromatherapy, it is used as an antiseptic and pain reliever, especially for toothaches and stomach pain. It is often mixed with other oils to treat various disorders. For instance, those who have troubled sleep can apply some warm clove oil along with sesame oil on the forehead to feel calm and relaxed.