Nails can not only admire . Spice of the same name will
make the dish with fragrant , and your body - healthy

Description carnation Dianthus - the name of the dried unopened flower
tropical flower buds of clove tree myrtle family. History of cultivation
cloves has its roots in ancient China, there is evidence that more than
2 thousand years BC. Oe. local aristocrats have used it to refresh
breathing. In Europe, pink has been seen as the Arab and Indian merchants,
prices for it were very high, and as a consequence of its very few could
afford. It was only at the beginning of the XVI century Portuguese explorer Francisco
Serrano visited the Mollukkskih Islands, one of the places where it is cultivated,
was able to bring it to Europe. After this, the supply of spices in Europe were
long monopolized by the Portuguese and Dutch merchants, and only
the end of XVIII century, when the monopoly was abolished, the price of cloves fell
so much so that became available for many Europeans. Today
carnations grown in most countries with warm climates, and leaders
for its production are the Philippines, Madagascar, India, Sri Lanka and has
Mollukkskie referred to the island. Clove has a pungent taste and strong odor
so that is one of the most popular and widely used spices
in cooking. Its use as a seasoning in various marinades and sweet
dishes. When mixed with other spices cloves are used in meat dishes,
added to sauces, soups and broths, as well as in confectionery, canned fish
and meat products. In addition to the food industry widely cloves
use in medicine, cosmetics, and cigarette and alcoholic beverage production.
Composition of clove 100 g of ground cloves contain the following: * Water - 6.7 g * Protein
- 6 grams * Fat - 20.1 grams * Carbohydrates - 27 g * Dietary Fiber (cellulose) -
34.2 g * Ash - 5.9 g Vitamins to stud: * Vitamin A (beta carotene) -
0.084 mg Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - 0.115 mg Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - 0.267
mg * Niacin (vitamin B3 or vitamin PP) - 1.46 mg Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
- 0.59 mg * Folic acid (vitamin B9) - 93 mcg Vitamin C (ascorbic
acid) - 80.8 mg Vitamin E (Tocopherol) - 8.52 mg * Choline (vitamin B4)
- 37.4 mg Vitamin K (fillohinon) - 141.8 mcg Nutrients in the nail:
* Potassium - 415 mg * Calcium - 1102 mg * Magnesium - 264 mg * Sodium - 243 mg
* Phosphorus - 105 mg Trace elements in nail: * Iron - 8.68 mg * Manganese
- 30 mg * Copper - 347 mcg * Selenium - 5.9 mcg * Zinc - 1.09 mg Calories
clove clove 100 g contains on average about 323 calories. Cloves
Useful properties of carnation Dianthus promotes early recovery
strength after a nervous and physical exhaustion, and has analgesic,
wound healing, antiseptic, antibacterial, antispasmodic action.
It normalizes the gastrointestinal tract and stimulates digestion,
increases the tone of the uterus, and normalizes the menstrual cycle, helps to normalize
blood pressure and activates the reproductive function. Useful cloves
in diseases of the throat, vascular dystonia, flatulence, intestinal
colic, colitis, hypotension, asthma, periodontal disease, otitis media, diarrhea and diseases
rectum. Recent studies have shown that in some cases pink
able to slow down and even stop the growth of cancer cells. At the
Scientists have studied the properties of this plant, so they hope to create a new
drug to fight leukemia and cancer. Infusion and decoction of cloves
good help for toothache, and disinfect and refresh the cavity
cavity, and is made from clove essential oil used in the manufacture of medicinal
drugs and cosmetics, and aromatherapy and dentistry. Carnation:
Carnation has the following contra-contra-indications: hypertension *
* Pregnancy and lactation * diseases of the nervous system * Individual
intolerance are also not recommend it to give young children (under 2 years)
and abuse in ulcers, gastritis with high acidity.

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