Clove oil (Syzygium aromaticum) is produced by distilling the dried flower buds that are collected from the clove tree. It has been used for centuries due to its substantial medicinal and insecticide/pesticide properties.
Giving relief to toothaches or pain in the gums has been one of the most popular and traditionally prevalent uses of clove bud oil.
Contains eugenol, which is a natural anesthetic and antifungal
A powerful antioxidant
The flavonoids in clove oil have potent anti-inflammatory properties
An effective natural ant repellent because its strong scent masks the smell of their food trail
Has a warm and stimulating scent that is reputed to be an aphrodisiac
Combine with a carrier oil to:
an extremely diluted solution, may be used as a soothing balm for teething infants.
use as a part of a skin care routine to repair skin damage caused by free radicals
apply to joints and overworked muscles to provide relief from soreness and swelling
help relieve itching and promote healing caused by insect bites
apply to the foot to help kill athletes’ foot yeast causing bacteria
Add a few drops to the diffuser of your choice to:
ward off mosquitoes with its strong and spice aroma
set the mood for a romantic evening
help manage anxious energy and enhance concentration
Clove Bud essential oil blends well with Basil, Rosemary, Grapefruit, Lemon, Nutmeg, Orange Lavender, and Peppermint essential oils.
WORD OF CAUTION
Always mix Clove Bud essential oil with a carrier oil before applying topically. If used in large quantities or applied to the skin undiluted Clove oil can produce a strong burning sensation. A patch test should be performed before use for those with sensitive skin. Never spray any essential oil directly unto a pet’s fur/skin.
As a general rule, pregnant or nursing women should consult their physician before using essential oils.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.