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Spicely Organics Organic Cloves Ground -- 1.6 oz


Spicely Organics Organic Cloves Ground
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Spicely Organics Organic Cloves Ground Description

  • Crafted in Small Batches
  • USDA Organic
  • Gluten Free Certified
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Kosher
  • Vegan

Spicely Organics Organic Cloves Ground are the powdered version of the dried, aromatic flower buds of the Syzygium Aromatica evergreen tree, known as cloves. Our organic ground cloves are a perfect supplement for savory and sweet dishes from various cuisines from around the world. <p>

 

Using at Home
Organic ground cloves enhance the flavor of Asian curries, Middle Eastern meat dishes like the Tagine, Western meat dishes, and hot drinks like tea and Gluh wine. Our ground cloves pair perfectly with cinnamon, vanilla, red wine, onions, and star anise and complement many spice mixes for favorite dishes. <br>

 

Health
Aids with digestion, protecting the liver, boosting immune systems, and controlling diabetes-related blood sugar levels. Fights oral diseases like gum inflammation, provides relief from headaches, and displays aphrodisiac properties.<br>

 

Benefits
Our all-natural ground cloves have a distinct flavor that will enhance the taste of savory as well as sweet dishes.

Cloves have been used for medicinal purposes and as a flavoring agent in food for hundreds of years.<br>

 

History
Cloves are indigenous to Asian countries like Indonesia, India, and Pakistan. Scientists believe that cloves are native to the Maluku islands in Indonesia. Cloves were found in a ceramic vessel in Syria with evidence that dates the vessel back to the third century BC. Muslim traders from the Middle East first discovered cloves. The highly priced spice was traded like oil. The traders made their way to the Arab Peninsula and from there to Africa and Europe. Europeans like the Portuguese and the Dutch took turns to seize control over the spice trade in South East Asia and several wars waged over the control of the Maluku islands. The Dutch emerged victorious in the 16th century and held the Maluku islands for the next three hundred fifty years.


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Free Of
Artificial coloring, gluten, MSG, soy, preservatives, wheat, eggs, GMO's, peanuts, sugar, salt, irradiation, dairy, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Organic cloves ground.
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