Clove Bud Essential Oil
Botanical Name: Eugenia caryophylatta
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Plant Part: buds and stems
Strength of Aroma: Potent
Aromatic Scent: warm, spicy
heart warming, soothing; toothaches, bad breath, indigestion, cough, asthma, headache, stress and blood impurities
- The most important and common use of clove oil is in dental care. The germicidal properties of the oil make it very effective for relieving dental pain, tooth ache, sore gums, mouth ulcers, and preventing cavities. In India, clove oil is added to a small cotton ball and put at the end of the tooth which has the cavity every day before going to sleep. The cavity would vanish in a few days.
- The characteristic smell of clove oil also helps to eliminate bad breath.
- Clove oil, in an extremely diluted form, can be used as a soothing balm on infants who are teething by applying to the baby s gums.
- It is also used to clear the nasal passage. This expectorant is a useful treatment for various respiratory disorders including coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma, sinusitis, and tuberculosis. Chewing a clove bud is traditionally recommended to soothe sore throats.
- Clove Bud oil is commonly used as a component in insect repellent and insect-repelling candles because the vapor is too potent for the olfactory senses of many insects.
- Use Clove Bud Essential Massage Oil to stimulant and energize.
- Feeling lost, alone. in fear or doubt? Surround yourself with this warm aroma and feel the connection with your inner knowing. Take long, slow, deep breaths. Know that you are never alone.
- Add several drops into warm bath water to ease headaches and other stress filled discomforts. Putting a little Epsom salt or Himalayan Crystal Salt in the bath water increases the therapeutic quality of the treatment. Himalayan Crystal Salt feeds the body with natural minerals which may not be present in one’s dietary intake.
- Add a little Sweet Orange essential oil for an extra boost. Relax, re-charge, release imbalances NOW.
Blending: Clove oil blends well with basil, cinnamon, grapefruit, lemon, nutmeg, peppermint, sweet orange, lavender, and geranium essential oils.
Please note: Always consult a health care practitioner.
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