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Clove Essential Oil - 30 ml

Clove Essential Oil - 30 ml


 
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CLOVE ESSENTIAL OIL - 1 FL OZ.

100% Pure & Natural eugenia caryophyllata 

Aromatherapeutic GC/IMS Verified - 1 fl. oz.

Watch this Practical Use for Clove Essential Oil 



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Clove At First Sight

The name clove is derived from the Latin clavus, which means nail, aptly describing the round head and short stem of the clove bud.  The clove has been used traditionally for thousands of years for its numerous aromatherapeutic, medicinal, culinary and decorative uses.

One of the most noteworthy and prized qualities of Clove Essential Oil is its tremendous level of antioxidants  On the ORAC* rating scale, Clove takes the lead with a score of over 10 million!  Blueberries, one of the highest-rated ORAC foods, have a score of 2400, and that’s not small, yet just one drop of Clove oil provides more than 400 times that amount.

Clove mixes well with cinnamon, clary sage, geranium, ginger, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender, lemon, myrrh, nutmeg, orange, palmarosa, rose, sandalwood, tangerine, tea tree, and ylang ylang. Maximum concentration for topical use of Clove Essential Oil mixed with a carrier oil should be 0.5% (to achieve, mix one drop of Clove Essential Oil in 2 teaspoons of a carrier oil). 

Aromatherapy

Diffusing Clove Essential Oil into the air helps to minimize airborne germs.  The spicy aroma has also been found to reduce irritability, and assist memory recall. For a cheering winter blend, try mixing Clove, Cassia, and Orange oils in a diffuser or add drops to water in a spray bottle.

General Health

Clove Essential Oil also makes a great addition to a homemade mouthwash. Apart from keeping the mouth clean, a drop of clove oil placed on the roof of the mouth can also help to relieve a headache.

Like Cassia, Clove also works to warm the hands and feet by stimulating circulation in the body. A liniment with Clove Essential Oil can be used to ease muscle discomfort. And in sick seasons, Clove is miracle worker, fighting germs, viruses and bacteria. 

Bugs

And last, but not least, try putting cotton balls dipped in Clove Essential Oil into your pantry, cupboards or linen closet to act as a bug repellent. You’ll get a pleasantly pungent aroma to boot! Add a citrus oil to change up the scent and increase the repelling power.

Notes: If you have a medical diagnosis or are on medications, please see your doctor before using Clove Essential Oil. Clove Essential Oil should NOT be used with any child under the age of two years.  Maximum concentration for topical use of Clove Essential Oil mixed with a carrier oil should be 0.5% (to achieve, mix one drop of Clove Essential Oil in 2 teaspoons of a carrier oil). 

Pregnancy/Lactation: While Clove Essential Oil may be considered appropriate to use in general for pregnancy and lactation, we do not advise using it unless you first check with your healthcare practitioner to insure it is appropriate for your specific situation.

For ideas on great essential oil blends using Clove Essential Oil, browse these articles: New Favorite Essential Oil Blend... and The Essentials of Essential Oils. For even more about Clove Essential Oil, read related articles on our blog

*ORAC = Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity. The higher the ORAC score is, the more capable the particular food, spice or herb is of destroying free radicals (antioxidants).

Bottled in the USA. Country of Origin: Indonesia
  

FDA Disclaimer: This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

 

Suggested Use
  • For aromatherapy use. For all other uses, carefully dilute with a carrier oil such as jojoba, grapeseed, olive, or almond oil prior to use. Please consult an essential oil book or other professional reference source for suggested dilution ratios.

  • Mixes well with: cinnamon, cassia, clary sage, ginger, jasmine, lavender, lemon, nutmeg, orange, and many other oils.


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Very useful oil from your teeth to your November 21, 2018
Reviewer: Melinda  
Clove essential oil is excellent for a toothache. Simply mix with your toothpaste or put a drop on your plain toothbrush. I don't like the taste of cloves but the reward is worth it!! It helps with treating acne as well. We diffuse it around Christmas time for the scent and in doing so, helps with the common cold.

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Very useful oil! September 29, 2018
Reviewer: Virginia  
I love the smell of clove and will be using it to diffuse in the house but I'm also using it in my homemade toothpaste. Makes your mouth feel clean and kills the germs!

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Holiday Scent June 12, 2018
Reviewer: Amie  
I bought this during the winter months to use in my diffuser. It mixes well and gives a warm, spicy holiday feel with orange and cinnamon. Not to mention the germ killing properties. You can't go wrong. I have also used in a base of coconut oil to help relieve sore gums. It's a winner!

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Toothache calmer June 8, 2018
Reviewer: Aimee  
Comforting scent to diffuse and works miracles for toothaches

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Great oil all around! November 16, 2017
Reviewer: Jessi  
Love to combine this with cassa, ginger and orange in a diffuser in the winter! Smells great and adds in keeping us healthy!

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