Clove

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Integumentary
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Immune and Lymphatic
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Superfoods
Herbs and Botanicals
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People
Cloves are the flower bud of a tree known as "Syzygium aromaticum" and commonly used as a spice. Additionally, cloves are known for their potent medicinal properties and have been used to decrease inflammation, aid in treating coughs and colds, enhance immune system function, help fight bacterial infections, help with toothache and oral health, promote digestive health, help protect against cancer, regulate blood sugar, stimulate blood circulation, boost testosterone levels, enhance sexual health, and help relieve headaches and stress.
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