Cloves are the unopened flower buds of the clove tree. As a spice, in whole or powder form, cloves are used in cuisines all around the world. They are also used as a food preservative. One has to think only of a ham garnished with whole cloves to realize how ubiquitous and versatile the use of the spice has become. The clove scent is common to perfumes. The plant’s aroma is also very important because it is commonly used in perfumes and mouthwashes. Even though people around the world have used clove because of its aromatic and culinary qualities, they have not forgotten about how it can be used to help lessen or cure the effects of certain illnesses. Clove oil has both antiseptic and anesthetic properties; for example, it has been used in treating toothache for centuries. Ground or whole cloves flavor meat, sauces, and rice dishes. Cloves are often used along with cinnamon and nutmeg in sweet dishes, especially "pumpkin pie" flavored items for the autumn and winter holidays, and in drinks such as mulled wine, cider, or chai.
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