Clove

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Clove may just seem like a bold-smelling spice, but it can serve a number of purposes in human health, including in the treatment and management of cystic fibrosis. Clove has a number of antibacterial properties that can directly reduce the severity and pathogenicity of bacterial infections. Since cystic fibrosis manifests in the form of chronic lung infections, the strong immune-boosting properties of cloves can significantly improve your chances of preventing new infections from attacking. You can brew clove tea or eat cloves directly to utilize the many nutrients of the herb.

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