Frontier Natural Products, Cloves, Whole, 1.36 oz (38 g)
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To ensure fresh flavor that's always pure and natural, our spices are quality tested and freshness dated.
Cloves are the dried, unopened flower buds of the clove tree.
The high oil content of these hand selected whole cloves makes them especially flavorful for pickling, flavoring hot drinks, spicing meats or grinding fresh for cooking use.
A simple remedy for a tootthache consists of placing a few whole cloves in your mouth, moistening them with saliva until they soften, then bruising them between your non-painful molars to release their pain--relieving oil. Just hold the softened cloves against your painful tooth for up to 30 minutes before discarding them and beginning the process again. Repeat several times per day.
Great stuff. Made old-fashioned pomanders with oranges and also gingerbread.
Posted by 5166423602381127049 on Aug 06, 2014
These cloves are the best ones I have come across. The flavor is great, I put 3 piece in 500ml hot water and the tea comes out very very nice/ I also use them in rice pudding and apple cake.
Heaps and heaps!
Posted by 4875938989947147632 on Jun 24, 2014
The lid came off in transit so my box was full of cloves, but you get a huuuge number for the price.
Posted by 4996890619615634776 on Mar 17, 2014
it smells strong and great
Haven't used this yet, but smells great
Posted by shedreamslittledreams on Sep 28, 2013
I purchased this in preparation to making mulled wine this fall and winter. Smells great. A little goes a far way.