1. Clove have warming, antibacterial and antiseptic properties, therefore, it relieves pain, lessens nausea and prevents or relieves vomiting.
2. Clove is often used as a topical tooth and gum painkiller. Chewing on a piece of clove after meals helps remove bad breath.
3. Clove has great preventative value for a number of disorders. For example, it discourages blood platelet clumping, which is associated with cardiovascular disease.
4. Clove contains volatile essential oils that aid digestion and relieve gas pain and distention.
5. Clove promotes peristalsis. Its astringent effect helps keep haemorrhages under control.
6. Clove encourages the loosening of phlegm from the respiratory tract. It also stimulates blood flow to the skin causing localized reddening.
7. For those who easily get cold inside the body, this herb increases internal heat, dispels internal chill and strengthens metabolism and circulation.
8. Clove strengthens stomach functions, and restores, nourishes, and supports the entire body.
9. Clove expels or repels intestinal worms
10. One of the most promising effects of cloves is derived from its cholesterol lowering effects. Every day for about one month, let six pieces of clove soak in half a glass of water overnight, remove the cloves in the mornings with a spoon or fork, and drink this water every day for about 1 month. This should help restore your cholesterol levels back to what is normal for your body.