Clove oil (also known as Syzygium aromaticum) is an essential oil extracted from the clove tree's flower buds. It has a historical use spanning centuries for medicinal and insecticidal purposes. One traditional application involves clove bud oil to alleviate toothaches and gum pain.


  • Clove oil is known to contain eugenol, which is recognized for its natural anesthetic and antifungal properties.
  • Clove oil is often noted for its potential as a powerful antioxidant.
  • Some sources suggest that the flavonoids in clove oil may have potential anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Clove oil is sometimes considered effective as a natural ant repellent, purportedly due to its strong scent, which may mask the smell of their food trail.
  • Clove oil is known for its warm and stimulating scent, which some believe is reputed to have aphrodisiac qualities.

  • USES

    Combine with a carrier oil to:

  • A highly diluted solution of clove oil is sometimes considered for use as a soothing balm for teething infants.
  • Some individuals incorporate clove oil as part of their skincare routine, believing it may contribute to repairing skin damage caused by free radicals.
  • Applying clove oil to joints and overworked muscles is suggested by some for potential relief from soreness and swelling.
  • Applying clove oil is sometimes suggested by some for potential assistance in relieving itching and promoting healing caused by insect bites.
  • Some suggest applying clove oil to the foot as a potential measure to assist in combating the yeast-causing bacteria associated with athlete's foot.

  • Add a few drops to the diffuser of your choice to:

  • The strong and spicy aroma of clove oil is sometimes thought to be used as a measure to help ward off mosquitoes.
  • The warm and stimulating scent of clove oil is believed by some to be suitable for setting a romantic mood for an evening.
  • Some individuals believe clove oil may help manage anxious energy and enhance concentration.


    Clove Bud essential oil is often suggested to blend well with Basil, Rosemary, Grapefruit, Lemon, Nutmeg, Orange, Lavender, and Peppermint essential oils.


    It is advisable to always mix Clove Bud essential oil with a carrier oil before applying it topically. Using large quantities or applying the oil undiluted may result in a strong burning sensation. Conducting a patch test before use is recommended for individuals with sensitive skin. Additionally, never spraying any essential oil directly onto a pet's fur or skin is important.

    It is generally recommended that pregnant or nursing women consult their physician before using essential oils.

    The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

    Clove Bud Essential Oil

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