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Clove Essential Oil

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Clove essential oil

Common Names
Clove ,
Botanical Name
Syzygium aromaticum
Syn. Eugenia caryophyllata , E.aromaticum

What is Clove Oil ?

Properties & Uses:
Cuts *Fall *Grounding *Teeth *Winter Holidays *

Clove Bud essential oil is pale golden yellow in color and is steam distilled from the flower buds of the Clove tree. It is a powerful oil, treasured for its scent, being very warm, spicy, with a dry fruitiness in its character.

Clove oil is known for its pain relieving properties for toothaches, due to the high amount of powerful eugenol that it contains which kills bacteria and numbs pain. It's an antiseptic, anesthetic, and antibacterial used for gum disease, dental abscesses, earaches, arthritis pain, and even colds.

Clove essential oil should always be blended, and used diluted in solutions. It is a nice note to add to a number of oils, with a special affection for orange (remember about the old tradition of pomanders, the oranges studded with cloves?). Whether blending with other citrus oils such as grapefruit, or lemon, remember that just a little is all you need. Clove also blends well with the spice oils like ginger, and allspice, or geranium, rose, and even sandalwood, ylang-ylang, and jasmine. It may be a potent oil, but it is a fun scent to experiment with to influence or create new scents.

Use (a few drops on a cotton swab) directly on a painful tooth or gum, and don't swallow the oil. For a more thorough treatment, use in conjunction with a chamomile cheek massage blend. Clove oil is beneficial in mist sprays or diffusers to disinfect and bring the clove scent into the room.

Side Effects: of Clove
Use caution, and never use undiluted on the skin

Medicinal Herbal :Clove
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Cloves add strong, spicy zest to many foods and herbal teas Combines well with cinnamon, cumin and ginger in spice mixtures. Clove also improves digestion.

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Recipe List
A Touch Of Spice Air Purifier
If you want a spicy note in the air in your space,...
Clove and ChamomileToothache relief
Put 1 drop of clove oil on a cotton ball and ap...
Clove and rosemary sore muscle blend
This warming blend of oils will ease sore muscles ...
Clove oil for tooth and gum pain
For a toothache rub a little clove oil directly...
Eucalyptus and lemongrass carpet fresh
Use this clean, uplifting scent to disinfect and d...
Ginger and black pepper oils for sprains
Rest the sprain in an ice pack, 15 minutes, 3 time...
Goldenseal and Clove Tooth Pain Paste
Mix the essential oils with 1/2 teaspoon of golden...
Honey and Clove for Scabies
Use a mixture of 1/2 cup of honey and 1/2 cup of w...
Joint and muscle pain blend 2
This method works for join pain of all types, arth...
No more doggy breath!
Use 2 tablespoons of baking soda as a base for the...
Orange And Cinnamon Holiday Delight
The thought of oranges, cinnamon, and cloves br...
Ylang-ylang and patchouli Romance Blend 1
Set a romantic mood with this blend of sensual oil...

Botanical Information - Rituals & History : The Clove is a tropical evergreen tree, native to the islands of Eastern Indonesia, (Molucca Islands), once known as the Spice Islands. The oil of cloves is used in medicinal applications and cloves may not be used often as a culinary condiment, but they certainly have their own special place in the kitchen.
The ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans all used cloves. Courtiers in second century China freshened their breath with cloves before seeking an audience with the Emperor.

Clove Constituents: volatile oil, gallotannic acid, Eugenin, gum, resin,

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