Clove is widely chewed on throughout the world because of its digestive and antibacterial properties. However, there are also certain anthelmintic qualities of cloves that make it an effective natural remedy for hookworms. By increasing the strength of your immune system and preventing the hookworms from reproducing and spreading, clove can stop the infection in its tracks, while also stimulating the circulatory system to promote rapid healing. Clove essential oil can be used for a more concentrated dose, but chewing on cloves is the easiest and most popular means of consuming this spice.
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