|Synonyms||Eugenia spp., Oil of Cloves|
|Botanical Name||Syzygium Aromaticum|
|Appearance||Colorless to Pale Yellow Liquid|
|Shelf Life||36 Months|
|Extraction Method||Steam Distilled|
Benefits and Usage
Clove is widely accepted as a reliable solution for dry socket and for relieving the pain and discomfort associated with various dental disorders.
Clove oil is wonderful for decreasing the pain and discomfort related to tension headaches.
Clove oil energizes the circulatory system, clearing the mind as well as decreasing mental exhaustion and fatigue. That’s why it is utilized to aid sleeplessness, depression and anxiety, when use aromatically.
Clove oil is commonly used as a component in bug repellent and insect-repelling candles because the vapor is very potent for the olfactory senses of many insects. Traditionally, a few drops of clove oil were placed on the bed sheets at night to keep bugs away. Put 2-3 drop of clove oil in cotton balls near your pillow to keep insects away.
Make an atomizer in a spray bottle mixing clove oil with water. Be sure to shake well before each use as oil and water do not stay mixed. You can also use an essential oil diffuser to automatically mist clove oil in the air.
How to Use
Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser of choice.
Use: Dilute with Coconut Oil or any other carrier oil to minimize any skin sensitivity. (Skin Patch Test is recommended)
Extra care should be taken in case you are pregnant, breast feeding or taking any special medication. Keep out of reach of children. It is always advisable to seek the guidance of your physician or health care expert before choosing the appropriate oils for your unique individual constitution and medical condition.