Clove Bud, Madagascar
Clove bud oil, eugenia caryophyllata, has a spicy, warm aroma commonly reminded of the holidays. The oil is produced from a pink flower and plant through steam distillation. Besides the uplifting fragrance, clove oil is also found in massage oils, personal care products, household cleaning products, oral medications, and food.
Stomach-related issues can be relieved when cooking with clove oil. The essential oil is also used to flavor sauces, pickles, spice cakes, and Indian dishes. Clove oil may help disinfect wounds and repel insects. The therapeutic-grade essential oil can be used to reduce fatigue and revitalize the body. The essential oil is rich manganese, iron, phosphorus, vitamin A, vitamin C, magnesium, calcium and potassium which are beneficial to prevent and manage anemia, premenstrual syndrome, and osteoporosis.
Clove oil can alleviate pain and gum disease, therefore apply diluted oil to teething infants. Keep looking young when using antiaging clove oil. Apply clove oil on your forehead to alleviate headaches. Clove oil can soothe sore throats. Nausea can be relieved using aromatherapy, inhaling, or applied topically. The many other benefits of clove oil include fighting candida, high antioxidant levels, anti-inflammatory properties, boosts energy, kills mold and fungus, improves blood circulation, kills parasites, stress, sty, stomach-related issues, stimulates blood circulation and purifies it, earache, and finally control blood sugar levels in diabetics.
Combine clove, cinnamon bark, ginger, patchouli, sweet orange, and ylang ylang oil in a diffuser to create a warm, inviting feeling during the holidays. To naturally reduce or eliminate acne, blend clove and tea tree oil in your wash face.
Clove oil is available in several sizes, for more information on the larger bottles or general questions on this or any oil, please email us at Sam@ArtoftheSoul.love.