Use of Clove as Medicines
Cloves are used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for indigestion, loose stools, flatulence and nausea.
Clove is a medicinal spice used in Ayurveda from the ancient period. In Sanskrit, ‘Lavanga’ is botanically known as Caryophyllus Aromaticus. Cloves, as might be expected, are much used in Hindu Medicine, as an aromatic adjunct. They are regarded as light, cooling, stomachic, digestive and useful in thirst, vomiting, flatulence, colic, etc. An infusion of cloves is given to appease thirst. The following pill, called ‘Chatuhsama vati’, is commonly used in indigestion. Take of cloves, ginger, ajwain and rock salt, equal parts and make into 8 grain pills.
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