Clove Tea Recipe

Clove Tea Recipe

How to Make Clove Tea

Recipe by Gennysser
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Clove Tea Recipe

Course: DrinksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Servings

2

servings
Prep time

15

minutes
Total time

15

minutes

INGREDIENTS YOU WILL NEED

  • 1 tsp 1 cloves

  • 3 cups 3 water (filtered or distilled)

  • 1 tsp 1 agave nectar or any honey of your choice

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Add the cloves and water into a saucepan.
  • Bring the water to boil and allow the ingredients to boil in low heat for about 4-5 minutes.
  • Turn the heat off and let it stand for an additional 4 minutes.
  • Strain the tea from the pot to a cup using a tea or coffee strainer.
  • Add the agave nectar or honey and stir.

Benefits of Clove Tea

(Syzygium Aromaticum)

Clove Tea Recipe

This cloves tea recipe will have a positive action on the stomach. Clove tea may be used as a traditional remedy in conditions such as nausea, indigestion, gas and bloating. Not only you’ll be enjoying this warm hearting tea, but you will also reap all its benefits. Clove can bring relief in gastroenteritis, and may counter infection.

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Clove Benefits

Cloves

A Potent Antiseptic: Clove can prevent foodborne infection and food poisoning. It is worth trying for irritable bowel syndrome, where it may reduce nerve sensitivity within the gut easing spasm and urgency.

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Anti-inflammatory: Cloves contain compounds, and specifically one known as Eugenol, which have anti-inflammation traits that could help reduce bodily inflammation.

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Clove for Cough and Respiratory Health: Cloves have been traditionally used for respiratory health such as cough and asthma. It contains expectorant properties that may help with breathing better.

Nutrient Rich: Cloves are packed with important nutrients such as manganese, vitamin K and dietary fibers.

Cloves are flower buds that come from the Syzygium Aromaticum tree. These little buds are used widely and serve a purpose for many traditional medicines. Cloves are originally from the Molucca island of Indonesia and the southern Philippines. They’re grown extensively in Tanzania and Madagascar.

If you liked this recipe, I encourage you to try my Sage Tea Recipe.

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