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How to deal with diseases of cloves

Carnations are grown by many gardeners. It perfectly adorns the flower beds and flower beds. And as any plant the carnation is subject to attack of wreckers and illnesses, we will result the basic of them.

Caterpillars scoop. They attack during budding. Caterpillars go to eat at dusk, so you can see them only in the evening. It is at this time that they are harvested or sprayed on plants with biological insecticides. If the pests are too fertile, use the usual insecticides: Aktellik, Arrivo, Bi-58 new, Zolon, Fitoverm.

Thrips. The leaves and petals of the carnation are covered with whitish spots and deform, and the inflorescences lose their decorative effect.

Heavily damaged plants are best destroyed; the rest are sprayed with insecticides at least four times every five days. The frequency of treatments is due to the fact that the drug does not act at all stages of the development of thrips.

Gallic nematode - the most dangerous pest of the Turkish carnation, damaging the roots. At first, the affected plants are characterized by weak growth or symptoms similar to signs of mineral starvation. Then the leaves turn yellow and the roots begin to die off (swellings or galls form on them). A pest in the soil can last for years, waiting for favorable conditions.

Sick plants are removed, and the soil is shed 3-4 times with a solution of aktar, rogor. You can treat the site of infection and boiling water to the root zone of the soil warmed to 48-50 degrees. The soil is covered with foil and insulated so that the high temperature lasts longer.

The introduction of nematocides significantly reduces the number of nematodes, but does not guarantee the complete destruction of the pest.

Well disinfect the soil from nematodes crops of watercress (2-3 times per summer).

Young carnations often die from the withering of stems and root rot, which cause different types of fungi and bacteria. On heavy and overmoistened soils and in case of overdose of nitrogen fertilizers, wilting appears faster.

Southern sclerocial rot. The color of the plant turns pale, and it gradually fades. The lower part of the stem becomes brown and covered with white dense bloom, similar to wet cotton wool.

Phialophoresis. Starting from the bottom, the stems gradually fade and turn yellow. Individual leaves become reddish. On a cut of a stalk brown specks or rings are visible.

Rhizoctoniosis. Due to the rotting of the stem at the root collar, water and food cease to flow into the plant, the leaves become discolored to a straw-yellow color and dry out. In wet weather a brown, dense felt bloom appears at the bottom of the stem.

Verticillary wilting. Leaves droop, without changing color, and do not fall. The plant dries slowly. On the affected stems a pinkish bloom forms.

Fusarium wilt. Leaves turn yellow and fade. The stem below turns brown. Later, the affected plant becomes completely brown, including the roots. On the surface of the leaves and stems appear pink "pads" - spores of the fungus. The disease can provoke the introduction of fresh manure into the soil for planting carnations.

Fusarium wilt stems sometimes develops with fusarium leaf spot and bud rot, which is caused by another species of the fungus of the genus Fusarium.

Prevention and control of fungal wilting

Do not injure plants during weeding or loosening. When sowing seeds, planting and transplanting add glyokladin. Prophylactically, plants are shed under the root of biological products. Or they disinfect the soil with a solution of potassium permanganate (weekly, three or four times) after planting carnations or germination.

At the first signs of illness, the plants are watered (not only under the root, but also on the leaves) with a solution of any fungicide: rovral, topsin, foundationol, Bordeaux mixture. Completely affected specimens are removed.

Bacterial wilt. The carnation lags behind in growth, the tops of the shoots become dull gray and wither, the upper leaves shrivel, the root system dies off. At cut, the stem vessels are pale brown.

Bacterial cancer. Plants grow too slowly or do not grow. On root root and roots appear growths, they are whitish at first, then brown with an uneven bumpy surface. Later growths and tissues around them rot.

Prevention, as with wilting. Sick plants are burned.

The leaves, buds and stalks of the carnations infect different spots of powdery mildew, rust, smut, bacteriosis and viruses.

Preventive measures, as well as against wilting, and at the first signs of the disease cloves are sprayed with solutions of foundationol, skor or euparine at least three times every 10 days. Apply copper-containing drugs. Lime soil helps to fight rust.

Plants do not save with bacterial blotch and viruses.

Category: Diseases, Pests, Cloves

How to deal with diseases and pests cloves

Hello, friends! Today's topic, probably, will not be very interesting for everyone, but it will be important for everyone. It is very good that we do not know about all the problems associated with our flowers, trees and shrubs. But this does not mean that we are insured against trouble. Therefore, it is better to know, but never to apply, than to shrug, not understanding what is happening.

So, today, using the carnation as an example, we will look at most of the diseases and pests affecting many plants in a garden in a country house.

  • caterpillars scoop,
  • beet weevil,
  • fly clove,
  • Gorchakov elephant,
  • brilliant black boride
  • gall nematode,

as well as polyphagous pests:

  • peach and tobacco aphids,
  • tobacco thrips,
  • spider mite,
  • ordinary earwig,
  • slobbery penpitsa.

Sick of viral infections, root rot and other fungal diseases.

Clove Pests

Clove seed shovel. Moth with brownish-gray front wings with a wide white stripe. Hind wings brown gray. Flies in May and July.

Caterpillars are reddish-gray with brown stripes on the back and a yellowish strip on the sides. They feed in the summer and until frost on a clove. The pupa is red-brown.

Control measures

Early transplanting, timely thinning of seedlings.

Mechanical destruction of eggs and young caterpillars.

When caterpillars appear, leaves are sprayed with the preparations “Charley”, “Kinmiks”, “Diazinon”, “Talstar” twice, with an interval of 7-8 days.

It can also be sprayed with infusions of insecticidal plants, such as wormwood or potato tops.

Burdock infusion: the green leaves of the burdock are crushed, they fill 1/3 of the bucket with them and fill it with water. Insist for three days, then filter and spray the cabbage. Processing is repeated 3-4 times with an interval of 7 days.

Infusion of tomato tops: 400 grams of greens are passed through a meat grinder, insist for 2-3 hours in a small amount of water, filtered and adjusted to 10 liters. Treatment is carried out twice with an interval of 8-10 days.

Catching butterflies light traps.

Clove Diseases

Alternaria Fungal disease, especially actively developing at elevated temperature and humidity. Infection persists on plant debris.

It affects all aboveground plant organs. Manifested on the leaves along the central vein in the form of rounded or elongated brown or ash-gray spots.

The leaves curl and dry. On the stems, the affected tissue dies, causing deformation and even death of the entire plant.

Buds do not bloom and dry out or partially bloom. The affected areas are covered with an olive-black velvety coating.

Viral diseases

Cloves are susceptible to several viral diseases (especially mosaic and jaundice), most often transmitted by aphids or cuttings.

The mosaic appears as yellow or grayish-brown spots on the leaves, causing curliness and deformation of the leaves.

Ring spots appear as mottled on the leaves, and necrotic spots and rings form over time.

Striped cloves appear along the veins on the leaves as yellowish or reddish stripes and spots.

Hardening mottling causes lightening of the veins in young leaves and the formation of chlorotic spots or patterns along the veins.

Any viral disease causes growth retardation and deformation of the aerial organs. Also usually observed mosaic and variegation.

Heterosporiosis

A specific mushroom disease of the clove, grown both in open and in protected ground, is particularly strongly developed in warm, wet weather. Infection persists on plant debris.

Starts on the leaves. Manifested in the form of round white or light brown spots with a dark red rim. The diameter of the spots is 5-10 millimeters.

Elongated spots on stalks of the same color. Over time, they form an olive-black velvety plaque, then the affected tissues fall out.

The leaves wither, the stems become thinner in the affected areas, they become brittle, the flowers do not develop or acquire ugly features.

Later covers the entire plant, including sepals and seeds. Flowering is weak.

Clove Rust

Fungal disease that develops in the spring on thrush, and then passing on to the cloves.

The greatest danger is for the repair carnation in protected ground.

It affects the leaves, stems, sepals. Manifested in the form of brown convex pads with a diameter of up to 1 millimeter, containing a large number of fungal spores.

Yellow spots are formed on the leaves, then the leaves dry out. As a result, photosynthesis is disturbed, and the plant dies.

Favorable conditions for the development of rust are high humidity, especially the presence of droplet moisture, excessive nitrogen fertilization, and excessive soil moisture.

Septoriosis Clove

Mushroom disease. Infection persists on plant debris.

Manifested on the leaves in the form of small round yellow-brown spots with a reddish-purple border.

Over time, the center of the spots turns white, cracks and falls, holes with a wide border are formed. Black sclerotia of the fungus forms on the affected tissue.

Phyllosticosis of carnation

Mushroom disease. Infection persists on plant debris.

It appears on the leaves in the form of small rounded or elongated spots of whitish-gray color with a broad crimson border.

On the upper side of the leaves are formed small fruit bodies of the fungus, which overwinter. Affected leaves turn yellow and dry up.

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Viruses. Viral diseases of cloves cause leaf discoloration, yellowing of leaf veins, variegation, as well as growth retardation.
Control and prevention measures: Sick plants are removed.

Viruses often spread through infected tools when gardening or cutting flowers, the main carriers are aphids and thrips.

Bacterial wilting clove. The affected plants are stunted, the tops of the shoots become dull gray and wither. The upper leaves shrink, the root system dies off.

The vessels of the stem have a pale brown color.
Control and prevention measures: Sick plants are removed. You can try to shed under the root and spray Fitosporin-M, Alirin-B, Planriz with biological preparations.

Phialophoresis of cloves. Whole plants gradually wither and turn yellow, starting from the bottom. Individual leaves have a reddish color.

The roots are healthy at first. On a cut of a stalk brown specks or rings are visible.
Control and prevention measures: Sick plants are removed, on the ground attacks do not plant carnation.

Fusarium wilting cloves. At the beginning of the carnation, the leaves wither and turn yellow, then the plant dries to a straw color and dies.

On the cut of the stem, brown vessels are clearly visible in the lower, dried part. Stems are hollow, with dust inside. Reddish sporangia are formed on them.
Control and prevention measures: High temperatures and acidic soils are favorable for the development of the fungus. Such conditions should be avoided and hygiene requirements must be observed.

For the prevention of cuttings treated with the drug Baktofit

Fusarium rot stems. In the axils of the leaves, on the root of the neck or in the places of damage, gray-brown spots of rot are formed. The fungus penetrates the plant not through the roots, but through sores or weak points, especially in damp conditions.

Control and prevention measures: Shoots affected are cut. Dry the plants immediately.

Brown rot. On young plants appear brown depressed spots of rot. With high humidity on the soil, especially under fallen leaves, long, shiny, whitish filaments of mycelium are visible.

Control and prevention measures: At the first signs of a disease, plantings are sprayed or watered with Rovral from a watering can. Shed under the root of Biopreparations Fitosporin-M, Alirin-B. When planting and transplanting use biopreparation Gliokladin.

White rot.

Shoots or whole plants wither, brown spots form on the stems, inside - white felt mycelium with black vegetative bodies - sclerotia.
Control and prevention measures: Affected plants are removed. Mass planting is treated with Rovral.

Alternaria carnation.

Between the leaf veins appear chaotic ash-gray spots with a dark border around the edge and an olive-brown patina of sporangia in the middle. Later spots merge together. Affected leaves, flowers and shoots die off.
Control and prevention measures: Sick plants destroy, reduce air humidity and spray plantings less often.

Chemical control methods include irrigation with Rovral or Baymat preparations.

Black carnations. Leaves form rounded gray-brown spots with a red-brown purple rim.
Control and prevention measures: The diseased parts of the plant are removed. Planted cloves in full sun where the plants dry faster.

On leaves and stems, depressed light spots are formed, and on the reverse side - yellowish at first, then brown pads. Spores of the fungus spread through the air.
Control and prevention measures: Lower diseased leaves immediately cut off. Treat with preparations Topaz, with care Bordeaux mixture, Abiga-Peak.

Spider mite

Yellowish specks appear on the leaves, later - extensive bleached and dried areas. Small (0.2-0.5 mm) mites live on the underside of the leaves among the finest cobwebs.
Control and prevention measures: The appearance of ticks contributes to high temperature and dry air.

In the case of light damage, plants can be treated with soap or mineral oil. With a strong treatment with drugs Fitoverm, Akarin, Vertimek, Lightning, etc.

Leaf miner. Small yellow punctures appear on the leaves, later - light pests. The light brown pupae of the miners lie on the leaves and then fall to the ground.

Control and prevention measures: When buying seedlings carefully inspect the plants for pests. The affected plants are immediately removed, until insects are released from the pupae. You can use drugs Actellic, Karbofos, Fufanon.

Spring fly. Shoots in the center of the bush become dull gray and flabby, they dry up and rot.

White larvae, 5–8 mm long, gnaw through the stalks inside the stems.
Control and prevention measures: Loosen the soil around the plants after the leaves die. From chemicals you can try the preparations of the flyer, medvetoks, Zemlin, Karate Zeon, tobacco dust, Tabazol, Aktara.

Thrips. Young leaves are deformed, the point of growth is curved.

Flowers with spots, petals at the edges turn brown. In flowers, especially in the area of ​​stamens, thrips actively reproduce.
Control and prevention measures: Affected plants destroy. In the greenhouses, sticky blue traps are hung. This is especially important for young plants, as even single insects can disfigure them.

Supplement drugs Aktara, Aktellik, Fufanon, Fitoverm, Tanrek, Iskra, etc. After 4-5 days, the treatment is repeated, because insecticides do not affect all stages of development of these insects.

Control and prevention measures: Old leaves and other dying off parts of plants are removed. In the winter months they reduce the humidity of the air. Plants contain dry, do not spray and do not allow dew to form. Of the chemical drugs drugs Skor, Chistotsvet, Fundazol, Rovral, Ronilan, Euparin.

Caterpillars On the leaves, buds and flowers appear gnawing, black feces of caterpillars are often visible.
Control and prevention measures: Plants periodically inspect, especially in the evenings, and collect caterpillars. In mass plantings it is sometimes advisable to use plant protection products. Biological insecticides: Lepidotsid, Bitoksibatsillin, Bicol, chemical: Bi-58 New, Fufanon, Zolon, Aktellik, Fitoverm, Arrivo, Tsipi, Tsiper and others.
Author photo: Central Science Laboratory, Harpenden Archive, British Crown, Bugwood.org

Pest control carnations

Pest control carnations

Among the many pests of the carnation, there are many threatening species such as the spider mite, the gall nematode, and harmful scoops. Also dangerous is gladiolus thrips, which feels excellent on a carnation. One of the main diseases of cloves is the speckled virus.

The variegation of the carnation causes bright spots on the leaves of the affected plant, and these spots on the flowers of red shades are especially colorful. With a strong infection, the flowers can not fully dissolve, the shape becomes curved. The disease is easily transferred mechanically to other cloves.

The latent carnation virus only strengthens the mottling disease, which in principle is not very striking in itself. This disease is similar to the potato M virus. It is transmitted mechanically by the juice, as well as through the mediation of aphids.

Another common virus is the causative agent of adherent mosaic. With the defeat of the veins of young leaves become lighter, then the entire length can be seen with the naked eye bright spots. Such plants bloom with variegated flowers. The virus is spread by aphids and juice.

If the plant has bright spots in the form of rings, at the place of formation of which the leaf sometimes dies off, then undoubtedly we are dealing with ring spots. The leaves at the edges form waves, the color becomes brown, the shape is bent. Old leaves are especially prone to curling. The virus is growing juice.

The following symptoms are characteristic of thrips ring engraving: the appearance of chlorotic, soon white necrotic ringlets, spots, strokes form on young leaves and stems, there is a danger of variegation and small flowers. Along the edges of old leaves and in the area of ​​spots maroon fringes are formed. The virus is transmitted by aphids and juice.

The trips of the necrotic blotch of carnations are particularly light gray and reddish spots, strokes and dots on the foliage, often necrotic. The virus is transmitted by aphids and juice.

The studs trips of the carnation are characterized by light, brownish or reddish lines and strokes along the length of the veins, the alfalfa mosaic differs when the virus is infected with chlorosis and foliage deformity;

Among the diseases, a special position is occupied by Fusarium.It refers to mushroom diseases, with a heavy lesion it has several symptoms of manifestation: wilting of the flower, purulent processes of the base of the stems and roots, death of individual shoots and purulent formations inside the buds. In general, infected plants die. The virus is able to remain in the ground.

To overcome fusarium use methods characteristic of asters. In addition, in the fight against viruses that live in the ground, experts advise that a month before planting a clove in the ground, add 40% thiazon at a rate of 3.2 kg per ten square meters.

Means in equal quantities is brought and well mixed with the earth to a depth of twenty centimeters.

Another fungal disease widespread among carnations is rust. Symptoms of the disease: the appearance on the stems and leaves of a convex, brown wart-pustules, around which appear yellow spots. The flower is covered with spots that look very similar to rust. Affected stems are easily separated from the base, the leaves dry out prematurely.

Poor quality flowers are obtained from infected plants. With the abundant development of the disease, the plants may die. The virus is able to remain in the remnants of the plant.

To get rid of rust, you should destroy plant residues and dig the soil to a considerable depth with the arrival of autumn, add phosphorus-potassium fertilizers, remove and destroy diseased plants or individual organs.

Spraying with a 1% Bordeaux mixture per ten liters of water per 100 g of copper sulphate and lime or polycarbacin per 10-liter bucket of water 40 g of 75 or 80 percent wettable powder is effective. It is also necessary to moderately water the plants.

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    Alternaria

    Symptoms of Alternaria, which is caused by a pathogenic fungus, are round or oblong spots along the main vein of the leaf. Later, they appear black with an olive tint. Similar spots girdle and stem, provoking its withering. The leaves curl and dry.

    The fungus of disease spreads through infected plants and plant debris. A favorable factor for its reproduction is excessive moisture. The disease usually develops in warm weather with heavy rainfall.

    Among the varieties of cloves that are most susceptible to Alternaria, it is necessary to mention "Shabo". Wild and cultivated flowers are generally resistant to the disease.

    Prevention measures. In order to prevent the damage of carnations by Alternaria, it is necessary to try to grow strong, healthy plants. To do this, they need to be fed with fertilizers containing potassium and phosphorus. Excessive soil moisture should not be tolerated; good drainage should be ensured during planting so that rainwater does not stagnate. Care should be taken to make nitrogen supplements, since their excess may also contribute to the development of the disease. You should not grow carnations, especially Shabo, on one site for more than two years in a row. For planting use seeds only healthy flowers.

    Control measures. If you identify symptoms of Alternaria, the diseased plants are destroyed. Then spraying is carried out several times with 1% Bordeaux liquid, 0.25% solution of copper oxychloride or other preparations (Xom, Ridomil-Gold) with an interval of 10-15 days.

    If you use questionable seed for planting, treat it with fungicides or heat it at 50 ºС for 15 minutes.

    Ascohitosis cloves

    Another fungal disease of cloves is ascochytosis. It manifests itself as gray spots with a dark rim, in which later black or dark brown sclerotia are formed in the form of small dots.

    Just like the previous disease, it spreads with diseased plants and plant debris.

    Prevention measures. It is necessary to remove and destroy plant residues in the fall. Recommended preventive spraying before the start of flowering Bordeaux mixture or preparations containing copper ("Hom", "Abiga-peak", "Oksikhom, etc.). During the growing season using the tool "Profit".

    Control measures. When a disease is found on the cloves, they are removed and destroyed by burning. Unaffected plants are sprayed with Bordeaux liquid or other fungicides.

    With the defeat of bacteriosis or bacterial wilt, roots, stems, shoots, leaves of a plant suffer. The disease can develop rapidly - the carnage dies within a month. With the defeat of the root system on it and the root of the neck, growths are formed. Further, carnation is observed rot and death of the roots. The leaves turn gray-green and fade. Another symptom may be the appearance along the central vein of a leaf of chlorotic swellings, when pressed, which releases fluid. 1-2 cm long cracks appear on the stems. Muddy mucus can flow from them. With the defeat of the vascular system of the plant, it becomes pale brown, clogged, which leads to wilting of the flower.

    Prevention measures. If the carnation is planted with cuttings, only healthy plants are selected for cutting. The same applies to the seeds - they must be taken only in specialized stores or from proven flowers. Before planting, the cuttings of the cuttings are treated in a solution of potassium permanganate. Prophylactic spraying with copper-containing agents, drugs "Gamar", "Fitoflavin" is used.

    Control measures. When the first symptoms of bacteriosis appear, the affected plants must be removed from the soil and burned. Ground under the roots is watered with fungicides "Alirin-B", "Fitosporin-M", "Planriz" or others.

    Botrytis (gray rot)

    Botrytis affects the carnation when the weather is cold and wet for a long time. Also contribute to the development of thickened planting, unventilated premises, an excess of fertilizers with nitrogen.

    The disease manifests itself on the flowers of carnations with a gray bloom.

    Prevention measures. In order to avoid damage to plants by gray mold, greenhouses are well ventilated, which makes it possible to reduce the level of air humidity. In order to prevent the spread of the disease, fungicides are sprayed during protracted precipitation. It is important not to injure plants during loosening or weeding. In the spring and autumn, preventive spraying of copper sulfate is carried out, and during the vegetative period they are treated with “Fundazol”.

    Control measures. Diseased plants are promptly removed from the ground and destroyed.

    Spotting

    Clove and viral ring spots, a dangerous disease that does not exist, can affect the disease. Its characteristic features are light speckled on leaflets. As the disease progresses, necrotic spots and rings are formed on the leaves of the carnation. The plant inhibits growth, there is a lag in development. The tips of the leaves become wavy, curling down.

    Prevention measures. It is necessary to buy planting materials only in well-established specialized stores or farms that are certified for the quality of seedlings. When planting and other plant manipulations, garden tools are subject to processing. It is also necessary to combat pests that are carriers of viruses.

    Control measures. None.

    One of the most dangerous diseases for cloves is mosaic. It is characterized by light green spots on the leaves and cups. As the disease progresses, the spots necrotize and fall out, forming through holes. Leaves dry out. Petals of flowers are covered with small light strokes. In the end, the development of the disease occurs the death of the plant.

    Prevention measures. Compliance with the rules of agricultural engineering - the main condition for the prevention of mosaic. It is especially important to remove weeds that can spread viruses, as well as to deal with sucking pests - carriers of the disease.

    Control measures. To date, methods of dealing with viral diseases have not been developed.

    The carnation also suffers from rust, the causative agent of which is a harmful fungus. It affects the leaves, stems and petioles of the plant - they form brown swellings and yellow spots. Stems become brittle, break and shrink.

    Rust develops on plants that grow in conditions of high humidity, suffer from an excess of nitrogen and potassium deficiency. In greenhouses, the disease spreads in the autumn-winter period at a temperature of 18-20 ° C.

    Prevention measures. Prevention consists in moderate watering and preventing stagnation of moisture. Recommended foliar fertilizing with the use of potassium nitrate (0.5%). Greenhouses should be aired more often. Landings should not be thickened. It is also important to destroy weeds, which can be intermediate carriers of the fungus-pathogen.

    Control measures. Rust treatment is carried out using fungicidal sprays. Bordeaux liquid, "Topaz", "Baktofit", etc. are used. They get rid of diseased plants in a timely manner.

    Rhizoctoniosis

    Rhizoctoniosis provokes stem rotting at the root collar. As a result, water and nutrients stop flowing to the aboveground part of the plant. The leaves become light yellow, dry out. The roots are affected by rot.

    Prevention measures. Observance of temperature and humidity regimes recommended for growing cloves. Timely fertilizers and soil loosening - it is necessary to ensure adequate access of oxygen to the roots. Landing should not be done at too great a depth.

    Control measures. Treatment of plants and soil with the preparations “Maxim”, “Alirin B”.

    Sclerotinia

    If you notice a fluffy bloom on the lower leaves or stems, the plant is likely to succumb to sclerotinia. The disease leads to root rot.

    Prevention measures. Observance of humidity and recommended temperatures when growing cloves in greenhouses. Do not forget that the stud does not like flooded soil. It should more often loosen the ground.

    Control measures. Treatment with “Alirin B”, “Glyocladin”, “Maxim”.

    Tracheomycosis (verticillary wilt)

    The causative agent of tracheomycosis, or verticillary wilt, is a fungus of the genus Verticillium. Infection mainly occurs through the soil. There the fungus enters with the remnants of infected plants. Symptoms of the disease: the lower leaves turn yellow and dry up, the plant fades. The fungus infects the vascular system of the clove.

    Prevention measures. For the purpose of prevention, it is necessary to observe the proper agricultural practices, alternate planting of crops on the site, fertilize with phosphorus-containing and potash fertilizers.

    Control measures. Rejection and destruction of diseased plants. Conducting treatment "Fundazole" (2%), liming the soil.

    With fusarium wilt, redness of the stems of the carnation, yellowing and wilting of the leaves, incomplete blooming of the flowers, rotting of the roots and root collar are observed. The fungal pathogen enters the vascular system of the plant and gradually leads to the death of the flower.

    The favorable factors for the development of Fusarium are thickened plantings, high temperatures and moist soil with high acidity.

    The spores of the pathogenic fungus persist in diseased plants, plant debris and soil.

    Prevention measures. To protect cloves from such a serious disease, it is recommended to mulch the soil with sand or fine gravel. Do not get involved in nitrogen fertilizers, especially ammonia fertilizers and excessive irrigation. But potash-phosphorus supplements for prevention do not interfere.

    Control measures. The treatment of this disease is almost impossible. Therefore, the main method of struggle will be to prevent the spread of the disease to healthy flowers. In order not to miss the first symptoms of the disease, you need to inspect the plants more often. When sick plants are found, they are dug up and burned. Planting cloves treated with fungicides twice with an interval of 10-15 days. After tillage, it is loosened. Cloves return to the site where there was an outbreak of Fusarium, after three or four years.

    Rules for the care of cloves

    • Flowers do not require special care for themselves.
    • Short-term thaws can destroy them. In the sun, they begin to grow, and at the first frost they die.
    • In winter, non-frost-resistant varieties of flowers are best covered since the autumn period. They can be covered with other plants, for example, peony stems or lutrasil.
    • Carnations should be planted in the sunny places of the garden. Around stones or on slopes.
    • For normal development and growth of plants suitable ordinary garden land.
    • Water flowers should be moderately and make sure that there is no stagnation of water.
    • If groundwater is located close to the surface, then it is better to plant cloves on mounds.
    • Before the plants begin to bloom, they can be fertilized using various mineral fertilizers, but you should not use fresh manure.

    Breeding

    Propagate carnations better in the spring season.

    Breeding methods:

    1. Cuttings - it should be about 4 pairs of leaves. Cutting length - 4-10 cm. They should be cut off under the nodes. At the bottom it is necessary to make an incision 1/3 of the thickness. Put it in a pre-moistened soil, its role can perform perlite or sand. Cuttings after planting covered with banks or film. Watering will require moderate and periodic. Reproduction clove cuttings
    2. Seeds - they are sown in early March or April in pre-prepared pots. In late May, grown seedlings are planted in the garden.To do this, prepare the soil in advance: clean it from weeds, loosen, fertilize and moisturize. With this method, it is necessary to ensure that the temperature of a couple of days kept above 15-20 ° C. The disadvantage of this method is that it can grow flowers of the same shades that already exist on the site.
    3. Layering - they should be planted in the same way as cuttings. The difference is that the cuttings are covered with a film, and the layers are covered with sand.

    Varieties of carnations

    • Sandy view - reaches a length of 10-30 cm. Flowering begins in July and lasts until September. The petals of the variety are carved, and the flowers are white.
    • Pinnate the view is cushion-shaped, the plant height is 25-30 cm. The leaves are bluish and small, and the flowers are fringed with a diverse color palette.
    • Lush the view is similar to a sandy variety, but the length of a plant can reach 70 cm. Flowers with petals have a fringe along the edge, and shades can vary from white to dark red.
    • Travyanka - Lush bushes with a lot of shoots are obtained. Their length reaches 25 cm. The leaves are small dark green, and the flowers are red or carmine.

    Diseases and pests

    Pests of carnations:

    • Earwigs,
    • Bare slugs,
    • Scoops,
    • Medvedki,
    • Aphid
    • Spider mites,
    • Clove thrips.

    Pest Control Techniques:

    1. If the pests have just started to overcome the flowers, then you can simply remove them manually.
    2. If the plant is already damaged and the pests have begun to multiply, then it is better to purchase any of the listed products in the store and spray carnations on them:
      • Confidor
      • Fitoverm,
      • Acarin,
      • Aktara.
    3. Use folk remedies, for example, to spray cloves with copper sulfate.
    4. Remove and burn damaged leaves.
    5. Take preventive measures: loosen the soil, inspect the plants every day, remove all weeds.
    Ring spots

    Diseases of flowers are divided into several types:

    • Viral:
      • Mosaic - most often young leaves of a plant suffer from it. As the disease progresses, they first appear holes, and then they collapse into tubes. On the flowers you can observe light strokes.
      • Mottling - not all buds bloom, chlorotic spots can be seen on the leaves. Flowers affected by the disease, slowly grow and develop, the leaves often break.
      • Bushiness - The plant begins to produce many stems and ceases to bloom, becomes like a dwarf shrub.
      • Ring spots - yellowish specks in the form of little rings can be seen on the leaves, they begin to blush and shrink.
    • Bacterial - have 3 types of lesions:
      • If the roots are affected, the flower will quickly fade.
      • In chronic diseases, cracks appear on the leaves, stems and shoots of the carnation, from which a turbid liquid is released.
      • Chloride swellings can be seen on the leaves of flowers.
    • Fungal Diseases - light brown hues appear on the stems, which are filled with spores. As time passes, they explode and spores roll out, infecting the nearest neighbors.

    Disease control:

    1. Viral diseases are fought by culling cuttings, destroying vectors of the disease. We need time to get rid of weeds with signs of disease.
    2. With bacterial diseases is carried out by treating slices before planting with potassium permanganate.
    3. To prevent the appearance of fungi, it is necessary to water the flowers only at the root, to get rid of the affected leaves and stems.

    Landscaping when using perennial carnations

    Landscape designers love to use perennial carnation in their projects:

    • Specially grown large-flowered plants are cut for sale and making bouquet arrangements.
    • To give shape to flower gardens, perennial carnations are planted at their edges.
    • With the help of flowers create live borders and rabatki.
    • Used to create rock gardens.
    • Carnations resembling pillows are used as green carpets.
    • To decorate the decorative lawn.
    • To create "alpine" slides.
    • To create pools of fresh flowers.
    • To decorate the entrances to the arbor.

    Combinations with other plants

    • If the carnations have bright shades, then it is better to plant neutral bushes around them.
    • They are well combined with elegant gypsophila, Venica kohia, yarrow or dichroic crosses.
    • They are most often planted with bearded irises.

    Perennial carnations are unpretentious, so they can often be found at any gardener, but still they, like other plants, should be looked after, namely:

    1. Properly land in a prepared soil.
    2. Watch for watering so that there is no excess moisture, as this can lead to the appearance of fungi.
    3. Before their flowering produce fertilizing with mineral fertilizers.
    4. Remove weeds around them.
    5. Monitor the occurrence of pests and diseases in time to take measures to combat them.
    6. Perform maintenance work.
    7. Cover the flowers for the winter, using other plants.

    How to deal with pests and diseases of cloves

    Carnations are grown by many gardeners. It perfectly adorns the flower beds and flower beds. And as any plant the carnation is subject to attack of wreckers and illnesses, we will result the basic of them.

    Caterpillars scoop. They attack during budding. Caterpillars go to eat at dusk, so you can see them only in the evening.

    It is at this time that they are harvested or sprayed on plants with biological insecticides.

    If the pests are too fertile, use the usual insecticides: Aktellik, Arrivo, Bi-58 new, Zolon, Fitoverm.


    Thrips
    . The leaves and petals of the carnation are covered with whitish spots and deform, and the inflorescences lose their decorative effect.

    Heavily damaged plants are best destroyed; the rest are sprayed with insecticides at least four times every five days. The frequency of treatments is due to the fact that the drug does not act at all stages of the development of thrips.


    Gallic nematode
    - the most dangerous pest of the Turkish carnation, damaging the roots.

    At first, the affected plants are characterized by weak growth or symptoms similar to signs of mineral starvation.

    Then the leaves turn yellow and the roots begin to die off (swellings or galls form on them). A pest in the soil can last for years, waiting for favorable conditions.

    Sick plants are removed, and the soil is shed 3-4 times with a solution of aktar, rogor. You can treat the site of infection and boiling water to the root zone of the soil warmed to 48-50 degrees. The soil is covered with foil and insulated so that the high temperature lasts longer.

    The introduction of nematocides significantly reduces the number of nematodes, but does not guarantee the complete destruction of the pest.

    Well disinfect the soil from nematodes crops of watercress (2-3 times per summer).

    Young carnations often die from the withering of stems and root rot, which cause different types of fungi and bacteria. On heavy and overmoistened soils and in case of overdose of nitrogen fertilizers, wilting appears faster.

    Southern sclerocial rot. The color of the plant turns pale, and it gradually fades. The lower part of the stem becomes brown and covered with white dense bloom, similar to wet cotton wool.


    Phialophoresis
    . Starting from the bottom, the stems gradually fade and turn yellow. Individual leaves become reddish. On a cut of a stalk brown specks or rings are visible.

    Rhizoctoniosis. Due to the rotting of the stem at the root collar, water and food cease to flow into the plant, the leaves become discolored to a straw-yellow color and dry out. In wet weather a brown, dense felt bloom appears at the bottom of the stem.

    Verticillary wilting. Leaves droop, without changing color, and do not fall. The plant dries slowly. On the affected stems a pinkish bloom forms.


    Fusarium wilt
    . Leaves turn yellow and fade. The stem below turns brown.Later, the affected plant becomes completely brown, including the roots.

    On the surface of the leaves and stems appear pink "pads" - spores of the fungus.

    The disease can provoke the introduction of fresh manure into the soil for planting carnations.

    Fusarium wilt stems sometimes develops with fusarium leaf spot and bud rot, which is caused by another species of the fungus of the genus Fusarium.

    Prevention and control of fungal wilting

    Do not injure plants during weeding or loosening. When sowing seeds, planting and transplanting add glyokladin.

    Prophylactically, plants are shed under the root of biological products.

    Or they disinfect the soil with a solution of potassium permanganate (weekly, three or four times) after planting carnations or germination.

    At the first signs of illness, the plants are watered (not only under the root, but also on the leaves) with a solution of any fungicide: rovral, topsin, foundationol, Bordeaux mixture. Completely affected specimens are removed.


    Bacterial wilt
    . The carnation lags behind in growth, the tops of the shoots become dull gray and wither, the upper leaves shrivel, the root system dies off. At cut, the stem vessels are pale brown.

    Bacterial cancer. Plants grow too slowly or do not grow. On root root and roots appear growths, they are whitish at first, then brown with an uneven bumpy surface. Later growths and tissues around them rot.

    Prevention, as with wilting. Sick plants are burned.

    The leaves, buds and stalks of the carnations infect different spots of powdery mildew, rust, smut, bacteriosis and viruses.

    Preventive measures, as well as against wilting, and at the first signs of the disease cloves are sprayed with solutions of foundationol, skor or euparine at least three times every 10 days. Apply copper-containing drugs. Lime soil helps to fight rust.

    Plants do not save with bacterial blotch and viruses.

    Basic information

    Before you tell you how to take a clove from parasites (expert reviews will be presented later), you should find out what is helminthiasis.

    The biggest danger in helminth infection is that most people can act as carriers for years and not even be aware of it. According to WHO, approximately 1/3 of the total population of the planet suffers from a parasitic disease.

    Helminthiasis is a disease that develops as a result of the vital activity of such parasites as pinworms, roundworms, and others. Experts have about ¼ million different helminths.

    Their presence in the body can not only cause mild ailment, but also be fatal.

    It should be particularly noted that parasites can live in almost any organ or part of the human body, poisoning the body with the products of its vital activity.

    Is the clove effective against parasites? How to take and in what cases should this drug be used? It is necessary to use the considered product only after helminthiasis is diagnosed by an experienced specialist.

    In medical practice, this disease is usually called helminthic invasion. It is possible to reveal its presence by the following features:

    • decreased performance, general weakness,
    • intoxication of the body and all its manifestations,
    • nausea, loss of appetite, significant weight loss,
    • bowel problems,
    • fever,
    • discomfort in the abdomen, pain,
    • gritting teeth in a dream
    • itching in the genital area and around the anus.

    Most of these symptoms indicate that the parasites have settled in the digestive tract. Although they can be in any other place.

    In this case, the manifestations of helminthiasis depend on the localization of helminths.

    So, if a patient has a lung lesion, he suffers from shortness of breath, and if the parasite hits the liver, then pain may occur on the right side under the ribs.

    It should be noted that sometimes such a disease is asymptomatic.

    Thus, knowing the main signs of helminthiasis, the patient can consult a doctor in time, who will prescribe the necessary treatment.

    Today, there are many different methods of dealing with worms. The most proven and reliable of them are folk remedies.

    They existed long before the development of modern medicine and well helped our ancestors to get rid of the diseases from which humanity suffers to this day.

    One of the most effective means is clove. From parasites (how to take this seasoning, we will tell further) it helps very well. This opinion is shared not only by supporters of traditional medicine, but also by ordinary doctors.

    Beneficial features

    What is used carnation against parasites? How to take this folk remedy? As such an unusual medicine, experts recommend acquiring ordinary dried flowers, having an oblong shape and ending in 4 petals. These buds are best for treating helminthiasis.

    The composition of the plant in question includes a huge amount of trace elements and vitamins, which makes it an incredible benefit for the sick body.

    Other features of the plant

    Few people know, but the clove has a high nutritional value. It contains proteins, carbohydrates, fats and a lot of fiber. In addition, the flowers of this plant include ash, essential oils and aromatic compounds.

    Due to the beneficial substances that make up the cloves, it is very often used in various fields of medicine. However, it is used as:

    • antiseptic,
    • analgesic and spasmodic,
    • diaphoretic and diuretic drug.

    How does it work?

    Why is the parasite carnation used so often (how to take this remedy, should an experienced doctor tell the patient)? Due to its healing properties, this product fights well with worms. In addition, he has the following actions:

    • relieves pain and discomfort
    • disinfects all affected organs, contributing to the destruction of adults, as well as their larvae,
    • increases the body's defenses due to the high content of trace elements and vitamins,
    • helps to cope with vomiting and nausea
    • displays the products of the exchange of worms due to the large amount of fiber.

    How is parasite carnation used?

    Take (photo of buds presented in the article), this tool is desirable only after consulting with the doctor. You can use completely different ways of processing it. Someone boils the plant, someone crushes it into a powder, and someone makes a different mixture.

    So how is parasite carnation used? How to take a child this tool and an adult? Consider a few proven and effective recipes.

    Experts say that in the fight against helminthiasis, the most effective is the powder form of cloves. To do this, dried buds are crushed in a coffee grinder, and then take one dessert spoon, washed down with water.

    It should be noted that the powder form of such a tool may consist not only of the buds of the above-mentioned plant, but also of other herbs.

    How to prepare a mixture of "wormwood and cloves" from parasites? How should this medicine be taken? We will answer these questions right now.

    First you need to take the above ingredients in dried form in equal quantities, and then individually grind them into powder using a coffee grinder.

    Next, both components should be combined and mix thoroughly.

    Take this tool should be one dessert spoonful once a day before bedtime or half an hour before the last meal, washed down with plain water.The course of therapy with this drug is three weeks.

    Also for the treatment of helminthiasis often use a mixture made from such components as wormwood, clove, tansy (few people have known how to take this medicine from parasites).

    This preparation is made as follows: each of the listed plants is crushed separately, and then combined and mixed.

    It is necessary to take such a remedy on the first day for half a dessert spoon half an hour before dinner, on the second day of reception — as much, but before breakfast and dinner, and for 3–9 days before each meal (no more than three times a day).

    There are many options for how to prepare a clove decoction for the treatment of helminthiasis.

    Most often, it is done as follows: dry plant buds are poured with boiling water in a ratio of 1:10, and then allowed to infuse for four hours.

    It is necessary to accept the received broth on a half of a glass (in the mornings and in the evenings) throughout a month.

    Contraindications to receiving funds from cloves, reviews

    Like any highly effective folk remedy, clover decoctions, blends and powders have their own contraindications. As a rule, they include the following states:

    • gastritis with high acidity,
    • hypertension,
    • stomach ulcer.

    According to experts, giving drugs on the basis of cloves is strictly prohibited to children under two years and women during pregnancy.

    Such bans are explained by the fact that the plant in question contributes to enhanced blood flow.

    By the way, it is for this reason that it should be taken with extreme caution by representatives of the weaker sex before or during menstruation.

    As for patients, most of them are very pleased with the results of treatment with the considered folk remedy. They claim that clove powders and decoctions helped them to get rid of worms and restore lost health.

    8 useful properties of cloves - The Alphabet of Health

    In each house in the kitchen there is a jar of clove buds.

    Do we know that this spice is included in the herbal pharmacopoeia of Britain? Do we know that fragrant clove is a part of the well-known anti-parasitic dietary supplement? Perhaps, to look at a jar with spice in a new way and to take advantage of the beneficial properties of cloves?

    Unusual-looking clove buds are famous not only for their burning taste and spicy aroma, but also for their healing effects.

    This spice has long been used in traditional medicine recipes for the prevention and even treatment of certain diseases.

    So, we read about the unique medical properties of unopened buds of the clove tree Syzygium in this article.

    The chemical composition of fragrant cloves

    Just one bud, and what a variety of nutrients! The chemical composition of cloves is unusually large. Its beneficial properties are explained by the high content of vitamins, minerals and, of course, essential oil.

    Vitamins of clove buds: provitamin A (beta-carotene), vitamins of group B (B1, B2, B3 or PP, B4, B6, B9), vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin E (tocopherol) and vitamin K (phylloquinone).

    Clove contains useful minerals: potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, manganese, copper, selenium, zinc. The low content of omega-3 and omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids.

    20% of one bud is essential oil containing aromatic substances eugenol, karyofillen, ylangen, etc. Only in cloves and tannins, and also glycosides and mucus.

    If we consider the content of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, then in the clove of proteins 6%, lipids 20%, carbohydrates about 27%. Approximately 30% of the spice is fiber.

    How to choose a clove

    A fragile, too dry bud indicates the absence of essential oils.

    When you throw a high-quality kidney into the water, it floats vertically, with its foot down or falls to the bottom of the glass.

    If the “carnation” lies horizontally on the surface of the water, then there are no essential oils in it. Such a carnation is not suitable for therapeutic purposes.

    Carnation: beneficial properties and contraindications

    Clove is an aromatic spice that every hostess has in the kitchen. This seasoning looks like a small dark-colored wand, one end of which resembles a flower. The spice is loved for its unusual, rich and bitter taste, giving an unusual flavor to different dishes.

    At the same time, cloves can be used not only in cooking - this spice has healing properties and, if used wisely, helps to cope with many diseases. To prepare a healing decoction or infusion of spices, you just need to find the right recipe. This article will help to make it.

    Applying cloves

    In addition to cooking, seasoning, more precisely, useful decoctions and extracts from it, are used in gynecology, in dentistry, in cosmetology, they also help patients with oncology, cope with the pathologies of the gastrointestinal tract, normalize blood pressure.

    Spice has the following properties:

    • Antiseptic,
    • Painkillers
    • Toning,
    • Soothing
    • Antivirus,
    • Diuretic
    • Sweatshops,
    • Spasmodic,
    • Wound healing
    • Antimicrobial.

    The health benefits of cloves

    How does a carnation grow?

    A fragrant clove has very good properties, however, if there is an individual intolerance, or if it is used excessively, it can also cause harm to the body. To avoid this, take medicinal decoctions and extracts of cloves should be carefully, or completely abandon them, if there are medical contraindications.

    Medicinal properties of spices are applied:

    • In case of dental diseases - To get rid of the toothache easily and quickly, you just need to rub the gum gently with a clove of gum, or just chew it. With temporary fillings, you can use condiment essential oil, which not only provides an anesthetic effect, but also eliminates bad breath.
    • With headaches - Medicinal decoctions on the basis of spice help to quickly get rid of migraines without pills.
    • For asthma attacks and low pressure - for the treatment of diseases are widely used decoctions of spices. In asthma, it is recommended to use a mixture of honey with garlic, with the addition of spice oil.
    • With dry cough - this disease is perfectly treated with a decoction of cloves and sea salt, as well as tea with the addition of this spice.
    • For gynecological problems - normalizes a menstrual cycle at women, facilitates childbirth, fights against barreness.
    • With pathogenic infection and helminth infections - correctly taking the decoction of spices, you can cleanse the body of parasites in just a week. Broth recipe will depend on how the body is infected with parasites.

    Cloves: useful properties and recipes

    Due to the unique composition, the clove is very popular among adherents of traditional medicine, as well as among professional doctors. Spice can be easily used at home for making all sorts of useful potions.

    People often use recipes for the treatment of complex and not very diseases:

    Ear ache

    • get rid of this unpleasant pathologists will help a special decoction. You can prepare it according to this recipe: add 5 sticks of spice into a glass of cold pressed sesame oil, then boil the mixture for 15 minutes. Cool the broth ready, drip three times a day into the sore ear.

    Arthritis

    • To the pharmacy massage oil (anyone) add about 7 drops of clove oil, stir. Wipe the affected joint with this mixture several times a day.

    Eye inflammation

    • Mix the ground seasoning powder with water, apply the mixture to the eyelid of the sore eye. To carry out such treatment for several days, until the complete removal of the inflammatory process.

    Digestive problems

    • 1 teaspoon of fresh honey mixed with a small pinch of black pepper and freshly ground cloves, take this mixture twice a day. If there is a chronic disease of the stomach, such a method of treatment should be abandoned.

    Runny nose, cough, cold

    • Mix the chopped seasoning with 1 teaspoon of honey, you need to have this mixture slowly, so that it is absorbed into the oral mucosa.

    How to apply slimming cloves - recipes

    Slimming Carnation

    Gorgeous demonstrates clove spice useful properties for weight loss. To achieve guaranteed weight loss, the use of spices must be strictly according to the recipe.

    Tea will help to cope with fatty deposits in problem areas, which is very easy to make yourself:

    • You need to mix half a teaspoon of chopped spices, and the same amount of ground ginger. Add 1 teaspoon of green tea, pour 300 ml boiling water over the mixture and let it brew for 40 minutes. It turns out a strong concentrated composition that should be used as a tea brew. Drink this tea should be during the day without sugar, you can add lemon to taste.

    Another recipe for weight loss:

    • oil for self-massage of problem areas. It is quite simple to prepare it: you need to mix 2 tablespoons of ground spices with any massage oil, give the mixture a good brew for 24 hours. Use for massage the hips, buttocks, abdomen and sides.

    The benefits of cloves for women's health

    Since ancient times, the spicy plant is used to treat all kinds of gynecological diseases - remedies based on seasoning help improve uterus tone and normalize the monthly cycle.

    In addition, with the help of cloves, you can stimulate childbirth, as well as treat inflammation of the urogenital system in women.

    For the preparation of a useful therapeutic agent, you can use the following recipe:

    • add crushed spice (1 tablespoon) to 1 liter of water, let the mixture stand for a day. Take the infusion need for 10 days before bedtime, 50 ml. This tool helps to get rid of many gynecological problems in a short time.

    The benefits of cloves for the face and hair

    Women have long known cosmetic properties of spices with a strong aroma.

    Condiments are good for the face, as they provide an antioxidant effect and help fight the first signs of aging.

    They are also used for hair - to enhance their growth and get rid of dandruff.

    Take advantage of the beneficial and healing properties of spices help recipes masks:

    1. To get rid of dandruff, as well as strengthen the hair bulbs, you can simply add the essential oil of the plant to your usual shampoo.
    2. To get rid of acne, should be added to a teaspoon of olive oil a few drops of spices essential oil. Warm up the mixture a little, moisten a cotton pad in it, and treat the face skin with it.
    3. Anti-aging face mask - mix gray clay (5 g) with pomegranate juice (10 ml) and three drops of spice essential oil. Apply to face, soak for 20 minutes, then rinse.

    What is useful tea with cloves?

    Clove Tea Recipe

    Tea made with spices will help protect the body from sore throats and ODS during the cold season.

    It is also recommended to be taken simply for the prevention of respiratory diseases, such a drink boosts immunity, soothes the nervous system, warms with chills, helps to cope with a headache.

    A simple recipe for healthy healing tea:

    • For 500 ml of water, use 3 flowers of cloves, 2 slices of lemon, a little grated ginger, half a stick of cinnamon, 30 ml of fresh orange juice, and 1 teaspoon of black tea. All ingredients are mixed, then poured with water and brought to a boil. The resulting decoction is used as welding. You can drink this tea several times during the day, adding honey or sugar to taste.

    Broth cloves for vessels

    Clove Broth Recipe

    To clean the vessels, you can take a decoction or infusion of spices, the medicinal composition of which is suitable for both men and women.

    Prepare the tool will help this recipe:

    • 20 pieces of seasoning buds pour a glass of boiling water, cover tightly with a lid and leave to infuse overnight. Strain the infusion ready, take it three times a day, half an hour before meals. In the evening, already used flowers of the plant once again pour boiling water to drink the next day.

    On the third day of treatment, an infusion of new spice flowers is prepared. The medicine must be taken within six months. It is also useful in diabetes, as it lowers blood sugar levels.

    How to take a clove for potency?

    Doctors given the benefits of carnation for the health of men.

    • To enhance potency It is recommended to add a few drops of spice essential oil to a regular bath with warm water, which should be taken about 20 minutes.

    You can also prepare a tincture to enhance erection:

    • Pour a tablespoon of dried plant buds into a thermos and pour them with 1 cup of hot milk. Two hours to withstand, then strain. Drink half a cup in the morning and evening.

    Clove Oil: Properties and Applications

    Aromatic essential oil, whose properties have been known for a long time, helps to relieve headaches, relieves cellulite (when added to massage oil), provides an antiseptic effect, and can also serve as an analgesic.

    It is possible to use already prepared oil for medicinal purposes, which is sold in pharmacies.

    Coffee with cloves: useful properties

    It is recommended to drink coffee with spice in the morning, this drink stimulates mental work, moreover, cloves significantly soften the harmful effects of caffeine on the body.

    Drink with this seasoning normalizes cerebral circulation, it warms and tones well. Especially recommended to drink this coffee in the cold season.

    Milk Clove Benefit

    For the preparation of the drink should use fresh milk (preferably homemade), and whole spice buds.

    • For 1 liter of milk, you can use 1 tbsp. spoon seasoning. The plant is filled with hot milk and infused in a thermos for about an hour. It is possible to drink such a drink for both women and men - he is withtabs blood pressure, lowers blood sugarand if you add a little honey, it copes with colds.

    Broth clove for hypertension

    The recipe for decoction for the treatment of hypertension:

    • 40 buds of the plant pour water (4 cups), boil the mixture over low heat until about 500 ml of liquid remain in the saucepan. Strain the broth, you need to drink it 1 tablespoon three times a day.

    Infusion of carnation for colds

    For the treatment of seasonal and not only colds, as well as for the throat, you can use teas brewed with the addition of fragrant spices - by adding a little ground seasoning to black tea, you can also add honey and lemon. Drink this tea should be often.

    For gargling you can use warm water with a few drops of spice essential oil dissolved in it.

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