Cloves were considered as the top luxury during the middle age, there were even wars to seize control of the clove-filled Moluccas Islands. The abounding antioxidants in clove oil will boost our immune system by reducing oxidative stress and is used as an antiseptic in essential oil therapy. This aromatic spice is a very good source of dietary fibre, vitamin K and minerals like manganese, iron, magnesium, and calcium. Cloves are also helpful in maintaining liver health, controlling diabetes, preserving bone strength, and even fighting against cancer. Cloves essential oil has been long used in the treatment of oral diseases, especially as a painkiller for toothache, and now it is a popular ingredient in most of the mouthwashes.
Cloves are available all year round because of the different harvest seasons in different countries. Cloves produce greatly in rich loamy fertile soils of the humid tropics and can also flourish successfully in the red soils of the midlands of Kerala. In India, clove is mostly grown in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka. Clove oil is used in perfumes and cosmetics as it blends very well with a lot of scents and essential oils and provides an exotic touch to the products. The strong smell from the bioactive chemicals of the clove is the perfect ant repellent to keep them away. We provide professional training to farmers so that they can use advanced technology for good quality and consistent supply.