Have you ever heard about the benefits of bay leaf and cloves?
In today’s video, you will learn how and why to make a tea of bay leaf and cloves to alleviate joint and back pains.
Originally from the Mediterranean, bay leaf has been used for many years for medicinal reasons, and also as a seasoning in different cuisines. Did you know that?
Besides, it is rich in anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antioxidant properties, and is also a source of important vitamins for our health.
All of that makes bay leaf great to help with indigestion, regulate the menstrual flow, reduce stress and anxiety, and also act as a natural anti-inflammatory, thanks to a compound called eugenol.
Bay leaf is used in anti-inflammatory medications, and also to fight body inflammation, helping reduce joint pain. Isn’t it amazing?
Did you already know these benefits of bay leaf?
Clove, a spice from Indonesia, is easily found in supermarkets and natural health stores. But its medicinal function has also been known for a long time. Did you know that?
Cloves have anesthetic properties, being great to treat pain and discomfort. Clove can also boost the immune system and reduce pain and inflammation, helping the bones and joints, thanks to its flavonoids, manganese, and eugenol.
Watch the video to learn how to make tea with bay leaves and cloves.
If the pain persists, seek an expert doctor to analyze your situation and identify its cause.
Note: if consumed in excess, this tea may cause side-effects, such as drowsiness, gastrointestinal alterations, abdominal cramps, and headaches.
Pregnant women must avoid medications with clove, as it causes uterine contractions.
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