Herbal clove tea

Looking for an organic herbal tea to fight infections and relieve pain? Enjoy the natural benefits of an infusion of organic clove on your health.

From the clove tree, clove is considered a super spice because of its powerful medicinal properties. Its active ingredient eugenol is known for its natural anesthetic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antioxidant properties.

Want to know how to use clove tea as an aphrodisiac? Looking for a recipe for a natural remedy for gastroenteritis? Learn the recipes for clove tea and its effects on your health.

Clove tea this powerful natural remedy


The use of clove in herbal medicine is ancient. The use of eugenol or clove oil in dental products is common. Theanesthetic action of clove oil fights toothache. Clove tea freshens your breath by eliminating bacteria colonizing your mouth.

By activating saliva and gastric juices, clove relieves digestive disorders. In case of heartburn, the best grandmother's remedy remains the clove infusion.

The antiviral virtues of clove treat respiratory ailments common in winter.

Want to get rid of your gastroenteritis naturally? Count on the effectiveness of clove against nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and spasmodic pain.
Used as much in medicine as in cooking, clove also acts on the skin against pimples.

Gourmet associations that increase the benefits of clove tenfold

Vary the pleasures by associating the clove with other plants.
To get rid of a cold or flu, infuse lemon, cinnamon and a teaspoon of cloves in water. Spice up this antiseptic preparation with honey.

To repair damaged hair, macerate cloves in olive oil.

For a stimulating aphrodisiac cocktail, drink a spice infusion of ginger, cinnamon and cloves.

An Ayurvedic blend containing organic cloves gives you energy by stimulating your metabolism.

Find in a cup the exceptional properties of cloves in an herbal tea ideal for relieving many ailments