Asian cultures have been using cloves for centuries to address stomach problems and digestive issues. Western world discovered aromatic cloves along with other spices after the discovery of the new world. Flower buds of the tree are harvested and dried to produce aromatic spice. They are widely used for medicinal as well as in culinary cuisines. Active ingredients in cloves are known to produce antioxidant, anti-septic, anesthetic, anti-inflammatory, anti-flatulent and carminative properties. Due to its antiseptic value, many dental products contain cloves. Cloves also help to improve gut mobility, gastrointestinal enzyme secretion, and digestion. This is why it has been used as a main ingredient to treat indigestion and constipation. In addition to Vitamin A, K, B-1, B6, and C contents, cloves also carry many minerals including potassium, manganese, iron, selenium, and magnesium. They help the body to develop resistance against infectious agents and fight free radicals. Many new products especially supplements including Coleanse Pills contain cloves to alleviate digestive issues including constipation, nausea and vomiting.