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Clavo de olor


¿Qué es?

El clavo de olor es una hierba. La gente utiliza los aceites, los capullos de las flores secas, las hojas y los tallos para hacer las medicinas.

El clavo de olor se utiliza para el malestar estomacal y como un expectorante. Los expectorantes ayudan a expulsar la flema al toser. El aceite de clavo de olor se utiliza para la diarrea, las hernias y el mal aliento. El clavo de olor y el aceite de clavo de olor se utiliza para los gases intestinales, las náuseas y los vómitos.

El clavo de olor se aplica directamente a las encías (uso tópico) para el dolor de muelas, para controlar el dolor durante el procedimiento dental y para una complicación que puede ocurrir después de la extracción de un diente que se conoce como "alveolitos seca." También se aplica a la piel como un contra irritante para el dolor y para la inflamación de la boca y la garganta. En combinación con otros ingredientes, el clavo de olor también se aplica a la piel como parte de un producto de varios ingredientes que se utiliza para impedir que los hombres alcancen el orgasmo demasiado pronto (eyaculación prematura).

En los alimentos y bebidas, el clavo de olor se utiliza como un agente que proporciona fragancia y sabor.

En la industria manufacturera, el clavo de olor se utiliza en la pasta de dientes, en los jabones, los cosméticos, los perfumes y los cigarrillos. Los cigarrillos de clavo de olor, también llamados kreteks, contienen generalmente un 60% a 80% de tabaco y 20% a 40% de clavos de olor molidos. El eugenol, uno de las sustancias químicas en el clavo de olor, actúa como el mentol para reducir la dureza del humo del tabaco.

¿Qué tan efectivo es?

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database (La Base Exhaustiva de Datos de Medicamentos Naturales) clasifica la eficacia, basada en evidencia científica, de acuerdo a la siguiente escala: Eficaz, Probablemente Eficaz, Posiblemente Eficaz, Posiblemente Ineficaz, Probablemente Ineficaz, Ineficaz, e Insuficiente Evidencia para Hacer una Determinación.

La clasificación de la eficacia para este producto es la siguiente:

Posiblemente eficaz para...

  • La eyaculación prematura cuando se aplica directamente sobre la piel del pene, en combinación con otros medicamentos. La crema que se ha estudiado (SS Cream) contiene la flor del clavo de olor más la raíz del ginseng Panax, la raíz de angélica, la Cistanches deserticola, las especies Zanthoxyl, la semilla de Torlidis, la raíz de Asiasari, la corteza de canela y el veneno de sapo.

Insuficiente evidencia para hacer una determinación para...

  • El dolor de muelas. El aceite de clavo de olor y el eugenol - una de las sustancias químicas que contiene - han sido usados durante mucho tiempo en forma tópica para el dolor de muelas, pero la Administración de Alimentos y Drogas de los EE.UU. (FDA) ha reclasificado el eugenol, descalificando su eficacia. La FDA ahora considera que no hay suficientes pruebas que indiquen que el eugenol es eficaz para el dolor de muelas.
  • "La alveolitis seca" después de la extracción de un diente.
  • Los vómitos.
  • El malestar estomacal.
  • Las náuseas.
  • El gas (flatulencia).
  • La diarrea.
  • La hernia.
  • El dolor y la hinchazón (inflamación) de la boca y la garganta.
  • La tos.
  • Otras afecciones.
Se necesitan más pruebas para evaluar la eficacia del clavo del olor para estos usos.

¿Cómo funciona?

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El aceite de clavo de olor contiene una sustancia química que puede disminuir el dolor.

¿Hay preocupación por la seguridad de su uso?

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El clavo de olor parece ser seguro para la mayoría de la gente cuando se toma en las cantidades que hay en los alimentos, pero no se tiene suficiente información acerca de la seguridad de tomar clavo de olor por vía oral en cantidades medicinales, que son cantidades mayores. Los niños no deben tomar aceite de clavo de olor por vía oral. Puede causar problemas de salud graves.

El aceite de clavo de olor parece ser seguro cuando se aplica a la piel. Sin embargo, la aplicación frecuente y continua de aceite de clavo de olor en la boca o en las encías a veces puede causar daño a las encías, a la pulpa de los dientes, a la piel y a las membranas mucosas.

La inhalación del humo de los cigarrillos de clavo de olor es peligrosa y puede causar efectos secundarios tales como problemas respiratorios e infecciones pulmonares.

El clavo de olor seco también puede causar irritación y sensibilidad en la boca, así como daños a los tejidos de los dientes.

El aceite de clavo de olor no es seguro para inyectar en las venas. Puede causar graves problemas respiratorios y daño pulmonar.

Advertencias y precauciones especiales:

Niños: En los niños, el aceite de clavo de olor NO ES SEGURO para tomar por vía oral. Puede causar efectos secundarios graves tales como convulsiones, daño al hígado y desequilibrios de fluidos.

Embarazo y lactancia: El clavo de olor parece ser seguro cuando se toma por vía oral en las cantidades que hay en los alimentos. Sin embargo, las mujeres embarazadas o amamantando no deben tomar clavo de olor en dosis medicinales. No se sabe lo suficiente acerca de la seguridad del uso de estas grandes cantidades.

Trastornos hemorrágicos: El aceite de clavo de olor contiene una sustancia química llamada eugenol que parece retardar la coagulación sanguínea. Existe la preocupación de que el tomar aceite de clavo de olor podría producir sangrado en las personas con trastornos hemorrágicos.

Cirugía: El clavo de olor parece ser capaz de retardar la coagulación sanguínea. Por lo tanto, hay la preocupación de que podría causar sangrado durante o después de la cirugía. Deje de usar clavo de olor por lo menos 2 semanas antes de una cirugía programada.

¿Existen interacciones con medicamentos?

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Menores

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Medicamentos que retardan la coagulación sanguínea (Fármacos anticoagulantes / antiplaquetarios)
El clavo de olor podría retardar la coagulación sanguínea. El tomar aceite de clavo de olor junto con medicamentos que también retardan la coagulación puede aumentar las probabilidades de aparición de moretones y sangrado.

El clavo de olor contiene eugenol. El eugenol es la parte del clavo de olor que podría retardar la coagulación sanguínea. El eugenol es muy fragante y es el que le da el olor característico al clavo de olor y a la pimienta de Jamaica.

Algunos de los medicamentos que retardan la coagulación sanguínea incluyen aspirina, clopidogrel (Plavix), diclofenac (Voltaren, Cataflam, otros), ibuprofeno (Advil, Motrin, otros), naproxeno (Anaprox, Naprosyn, otros), dalteparina (Fragmin), enoxaparina (Clexane), heparina, warfarina (Coumadin) y otros.

¿Existen interacciones con hierbas y suplementos?

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Hierbas y suplementos que podrían retardar la coagulación sanguínea
El clavo de olor podría retardar la coagulación sanguínea. El usarlo junto con otras hierbas o suplementos que también retardan la coagulación de la sangre podría aumentar el riesgo de aparición de moretones y sangrado. Algunas de estas hierbas incluyen angélica, salvia miltiorrhiza, ajo, jengibre, ginkgo, trébol rojo, cúrcuma, sauce y otros.

¿Existen interacciones con alimentos?

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No se conoce ninguna interacción con alimentos.

¿Qué dosis se utiliza?

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La siguiente dosis ha sido estudiada en investigaciones científicas:

APLICADA A LA PIEL:
  • Para el orgasmo prematuro en los hombres (eyaculación precoz): Se usa una crema (SS Cream) preparada con diversos ingredientes. Contiene flor del clavo de olor, raíz de ginseng Panax, raíz de angélica, Cistanches deserticola, especies de Zanthoxyl, semilla de Torlidis, raíz de Asiasari, corteza de canela y veneno de sapo. Esta crema se aplica al pene una hora antes de tener relaciones sexuales pero se debe lavar inmediatamente antes de tener relaciones sexuales.

Otros nombres

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Bourgeon Floral de Clou de Girofle, Bouton Floral de Clou de Girofle, Caryophylli Flos, Caryophyllum, Caryophyllus aromaticus, Clous de Girolfe, Clove Flower, Clove Flowerbud, Clove Leaf, Clove Oil, Clove Stem, Cloves, Cloves Bud, Ding Xiang, Eugenia aromatica, Eugenia caryophyllata, Eugenia caryophyllus, Feuille de Clou de Girofle, Fleur de Clou de Girofle, Flores Caryophylli, Flores Caryophyllum, Gewurznelken Nagelein, Girofle, Giroflier, Huile de Clou de Girofle, Kreteks, Lavang, Lavanga, Oil of Clove, Syzygium aromaticum, Tige de Clou de Girofle.

Metodología

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Para saber más sobre cómo este artículo fue escrito, refiérase a la metodología metodología (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/spanish/druginfo/natural/methodology-sp.html) de la Base exhaustiva de datos de medicamentos naturales.

Referencias

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Para ver todas las referencias de la página de Clavo de olor, por favor diríjase a http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/spanish/druginfo/natural/251.html.
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