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Botanical Name: Syzygium aromaticum


Cloves- Utilized throughout the world’s cuisines, Cloves is one of the most commonly used spices. Cloves can be added to tea to liven it up, as well as heated fruit and wine punches that use cranberry for a flavor base. Caribbean jerk seasoning also takes advantage of the aromatic pungency of Cloves, and is typically combined with citrus juice to deliver the desired tropical result. A jerk seasoning with ground cloves can be used on chicken, pork tenderloin or chops, beef steak, even stir fry or pasta dishes.

Cloves are also used in a great many Indian dishes. Curries often showcase it, as do accompaniments like chutney. Desserts that utilize cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice also often include this spice. You can simmer pears with cranberries and the spice for a wonderful end to any meal. Cakes, quick breads and cookies often call for it as well. Dishes such as chili and mole sauce also may benefit from this delicious spice.

In addition to culinary uses, cloves may also help to relieve tooth pain caused by cavities, and may help to settle an upset stomach. This amazing spice is also thought by some to be an aphrodisiac.


Magic/Occult: Cloves are a strong herb used for protection and exorcism magic. It can also be used for love spells and Money. As with Star Anise, the key to this herb is to use it in moderation. When adding to incense, be sure to add just a small pinch. This herb is better used in herbal sachets and herbal baths. Said to attract good luck to your home, to stop gossip, and to help sustain friendships.


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