Heals skin infections:
Being loaded with antiseptic properties, clove tea plays a key role in dealing with various skin problems.  You can also apply this tea onto skin to protect against skin injuries or scrapes, fungal infections of the skin such as athlete’s foot or ringworm.

Gum pain and toothache:
If you are suffering from toothache or gum pain, gargle your mouth with warm clove tea to combat these symptoms. Clove tea removes the bacteria from your mouth.

Treats sinus infections:
People who are suffering from sinus should drink a cup of warm clove tea to clear the infections and gain quick relief from sinus.

Helps in high fever:

Clove is anti-inflammatory in nature, clove tea fights off bacterial infection. It is also antipyretic in nature, thus lowering your body temperature along with boosting immunity levels.

Aids in digestion:
A cup of clove tea before lunch or dinner can stimulate blood flow and improve saliva production for better digestion of food.
Acts as a natural sanitizer:

Not many people are aware of the fact that cold clove tea acts as an excellent hand sanitizer. All you need to do is pour clove tea over your hands and rub your hands. This will create friction, which in turn aids in cleansing the dirt and bacterial load present on the skin.

Soothes arthritic pain:

If you are suffering from arthritis and its agonising pain, try ice-cold clove tea compress for effective relief.

Preparation of clove tea
Add one teaspoon of clove in mortar and pestle and grind them coarsely.Add this powder to a cup of water and allow it to boil for 5 – 10 minutes.After it starts boiling, add half a teaspoon of tea powder and let this mixture steep for few more minutes.

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