Packaging & Storage :

  • Wide Mouth Glass Jars in 30ml, 200ml, 300ml, 420ml, 500ml, 650ml & 950ml
  • 1000Ltr Paper IBC Tank
  • Jerry Cans in 10Ltr, 18Ltr & 20Ltr
  • 21 Mt ISO Tanks
  • 200Ltr New steel Drum

Other packing types available upon request

Cloves

Cloves, the unopened flower buds of the tropically grown Syzgium Aromaticum are highly aromatic. Cloves are an essential ingredient in the Food industry and known for its unique flavour. Cloves are used in a variety of Ayurvedic & Chinese medicine, especially in  dentistry where the essential oil (extracted from the clove leaf) is used as a painkiller for dental emergencies. Clove oil is also used as an ingredient for Ayurvedic and Herbal Toothpastes

Health Benefits and Usage of Cloves

The active principles in the clove are known to have antioxidant, anti-septic, local anesthetic, anti-inflammatory, rubefacient (warming and soothing), carminative and anti-flatulent properties.

The spice contains health benefiting essential oils such as eugenol. It is a phenyl-propanoids class of chemical compound which gives pleasant, sweet aromatic fragrances to the clove-bud. Eugenol has local anesthetic and antiseptic properties, hence; useful in dental care essentials as well as in treatment procedures.

The other important constituents in this spice include:

essential oils: acetyl eugenol, beta-caryophyllene and vanillin, crategolic acid;

tannins: gallotannic acid, methyl salicylate (painkiller);

the flavonoids: eugenin, kaempferol, rhamnetin, and eugenitin;

triterpenoids: such as oleanolic acid, stigmasterol and campesterol

and several sesquiterpenes.
The active principles in the clove may increase gut motility as well as improve the digestion power through increasing gastro-intestinal enzyme secretions. Thus, helps relieve indigestion and constipation problems.

The spice also contains a good amount of minerals like potassium, manganese, iron, selenium and magnesium. Potassium is an important electrolyte of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure. Manganese is used by the body as a co-factor for the antioxidant enzyme, superoxide dismutase.

Further, the spice buds contain very good amounts of vitamin A and beta-carotene levels. These compounds are known to have antioxidant properties. Vitamin A is also required by the body for maintaining healthy mucus membranes and skin in addition to essential for vision. Consumption of natural foods rich in flavonoids helps to protect the body from lung and oral cavity cancers.

Additionally, this spice is a good source of vitamin-K, vitamin-B6 (pyridoxine), thiamin (vitamin B-1), vitamin-C and riboflavin. Consumption of foods rich in vitamin C helps the body develop resistance against infectious agents and scavenge harmful oxygen-free radicals.