Cloves have been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine because of their many beneficial effects on human health.
ClevelandClinic identifies five groups of persons who would benefit most from a regular intake of cloves.
1. Those who are suffering from liver problems
Eugenol, the main chemical in cloves, has been shown to be helpful in alleviating the symptoms of liver cirrhosis.
Cloves have been shown to improve overall liver health. Cloves mitigate the liver-harming effects of inflammation and oxidative stress, both of which can lead to scarring if they are allowed to persist.
2. Cancer patients
It has also been shown that eugenol possesses anti-cancer properties. Science has shown that cloves can slow the development of cancerous tumors, which is promising. Also, it aids in the death of cancer cells.
3. People with diabetes
Sugar levels in the blood can be kept within normal parameters with the help of clove. Cloves help maintain healthy blood sugar levels by increasing insulin production. Maintaining normal blood sugar levels requires insulin to function as intended.
4. Those who suffer from osteoporosis
Cloves, thanks to their abundance of phenolic compounds, are commonly used to aid in the preservation and maintenance of bone density. This improves bone health and decreases the likelihood of getting osteoporosis.
5. Those who suffer from peptic ulcers in the stomach
Cloves are an effective remedy for ulcers in the stomach. According to research, clove can increase gastric mucus production. The mucus in the stomach prevents the acid in the stomach from dissolving the stomach's lining.
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