Cloves are an ancient remedy that caught on early - very early. The earliest recorded evidence of cloves being used for medicinal purposes goes back to 1721 BC in biblical Syria. Those primitive healers did not need modern science to recognize one of nature's most potent herbs; cloves naturally exhibit anti-microbial, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory properties. This combination of attributes make it a powerful and diverse curative.
Despite thousands of years of medical research and discovery, there is still no known cure for the common cold. The best that most physicians can offer is a variety of pharmaceuticals to mask the unpleasant symptoms of the cold while the human body fights off the virus on its own. Unfortunately, most of these medicines come with a host of side effects from severe drowsiness and headaches to anxiety. Why not look beyond the mere symptoms of the cold and instead, help the body to combat the illness itself? That is exactly the approach that many alternative medicine solutions take.
Many of us rush out to buy Vitamin C supplements as soon as we feel a cold coming on, but research suggests that the common dietary supplement could have many more benefits than a temporary immunity boost. Here are ten reasons two uptake your daily intake of the vitamin for the long term.
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