As an adult I started to crave clove in my ham, unlike when I was a small child and hated it. So I started piercing my ham with cloves. I didn't use as much as my mother and was mindful that my kids might not like such a strong taste. Surprise, the kiddos loved them! It's all a matter of personal taste.
There are multiple configurations that cloves and clove oil are featured in. You can use clove oil for healing, cleaning and even killing weeds. I would recommend that you consult your primary physician before you use clove oil in any of the medicinal configurations.
In this book "Clove Oil!" we learn that cloves were one of the earliest traded spices with trades confirmed from the year 1700 BC. These dried flower buds are from the Spice Islands where you can find the clove tree which is part of the Myrtle family. They're now found in other tropical locations such as Jamaica, West Indies and Brazil.
Cloves and clove oil can be found in supermarkets and most health food stores. You can experiment to find what uses are most helpful for your lifestyle. This is a great way to eliminate chemicals from your home.
Your journey to living the natural way can begin here. To get started you can purchase this book on Amazon.