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Clove oil is suggested for toothaches, and can help freshen breath. You may have tasted the sweet-hot flavor of clove oil in over-the-counter toothache medicines. All you have to do is chew a clove or keep it in the area of the tooth pain for 15-20 minutes for all pain to go away.

Try a drop of this healing oil (available at drugstores and health-food stores) to ease an aching tooth until you can see a dentist.
An ingredient in clove fights the bacteria responsible for diarrhea-the ailment you get from drinking the water in regions where health standards are substandard.

Heals cuts and bites: Studies show that the oil in cloves can help kill several strains of staphylococcus bacteria and one strain of pseudomonas-organisms that can cause skin infections.

Cloves are the most stimulating and carminative of all aromatics; given in powder, infusion, or tonic for nausea , emesis, flatulence, toothache, indigestion and dyspepsia, and used chiefly to assist the action of other herbs.

The medicinal properties of cloves reside in the volatile oil. This oil must be kept in dark bottles in a cool place

If distilled with water, salt must be added to raise the temperature of ebullition and the same cloves must be distilled over and over again to get their full essence. Use clove oil to massage sore muscles; some also use it for arthritis and rheumatism.

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Sometimes used as an aphrodisiac, cloves can also help men from reaching orgasm too early. It will also act as a aphrodasiac.