Definitions for "Cloves"
Keywords:  sparingly, ham, buds, pungent, rioja
The brown, hard dried flower buds of an aromatic Southeast Asian evergreen. They are useful in both whole and ground forms. Ground, they are used in cakes and soups. Whole, they add great flavor to mulled wines and ciders. Cloves also have natural preservative qualities.
a powerful spice. Should be used sparingly. Used with cinnamon in rice and chutney.
ham, corned beef, baked beans, bean or onion soup, squash
Keywords:  laung, colocasia, arbi
laung colocasia arbi
Keywords:  gousses, bulblet, diente, rznelke, gew
Gousses Gew├╝rznelke, f Diente See bulblet.
Stems( MPM-V32) Average of 5% or more stems by weight DEFECT SOURCE: Harvest SIGNIFICANCE: Aesthetic, economic adulteration
Keywords:  'clou, french, oak, mark, comes
usually the mark of new French oak.
The word 'clove' comes from the French 'clou', meaning...
The active ingredient in cloves is eugenol, which has long been known to kill bacteria and viruses. One other important note on cloves is that it is one of the few things known to actually destroy most parasite eggs.
Contains one of the most powerful germicidal agents in the herb kingdom. It increases circulation of the blood and promotes digestion and nutrition. Cloves contain vitamins C, A, B-complex and many powerful minerals.