The clove looks PROBABLY SAFE for most people when ingested in quantities present in food, you do not have enough information about the safety of taking clove orally in medicinal amounts.
The oil or clove cream containing clove flowers is PROBABLY SAFE when applied to the skin. However, frequent and continuous application of clove oil to the mouth or gums can sometimes cause damage to the gums, pulp of the teeth, skin and mucous membranes.
Inhaling smoke from clove cigarettes or injecting clove oil into veins is not likely to be dangerous and can cause side effects such as breathing problems and lung infections. skin can also cause irritation and tenderness in the mouth, as well as damage to the tissues of the teeth.More news: Puerto Rico Birds (Birds of Puerto Rico) Photo Gallery by Raul Quinones at pbase.com
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Children : In children, clove oil is NOT PROBABLY SAFE to take by mouth. It can cause serious side effects such as seizures, liver damage and fluid imbalances.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding : Clove IS PROBABLY SAFE when taken orally in amounts present in food. There is not enough reliable information on whether clove intake is safe in medicinal doses in pregnant or lactating women. Be wary and avoid consumption.
Bleeding disorders : Clove oil contains a chemical called eugenol that appears to slow blood clotting. There is concern that taking clove oil could cause bleeding in people with bleeding disorders.