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|Ayurvedic Name: Sanskrit-Lavangha, Hindi- Laung, Bengali-Lavang.|
|International Name: English-Cloves, Persian-Kharanfal. German-Gewurznelkev.|
|Habitat: It is indigenous to Sri Lanka and India both.|
|Part Used for getting Oil: Fruit and flower bud.|
|Source and method for getting Oil: Distillation of fruit and flower.|
|Constituent of the Oil-Alcohol: heavy volatile oil, camphor resin, caryophyllic acid, nitric acid.|
|Action: Carminative, stimulant, antiseptic and antispasmodic; local anaesthetic and rebufacient.|
Use in Ayurveda:
•In various forms of gastric irritability, colic, dyspepsia and to increase the flow of saliva.
•Also used in toothaches by stuffing the painful dental cavities with cotton with a drop or two of clove oil.
•It helps digestion and kills germs which may create digestive system disorders.