Clove Bud Oil
$31.00 – $98.00
Clove Bud Oil
Botanical Name: Syzygium aromaticum
Synonyms: clove, القرنفل, Gewürznelke, гвоздика, Clou de girofle, Chiodo di garofano, 丁香Production method: steam distillation
Parts used: dried flower buds
Ingredients: Eugenol, eugenol acetate, beta-caryophyllene, oleanolic acid
Clove bud oil
The clove tree (Syzygium aromaticum or Eugenia caryophyllata) supplies the strongly fragrant flowers for the production of the
Clove bud oil. This is made from the dried flower buds originally derived from the Moluccas Islands plant species. The name of the flower buds as spice nails comes from the shape reminiscent of nails.
Clove Bud Oil in naturopathy
Clove bud oil is extremely warming. It is one of the “hot” oils. It should only be diluted and used in low doses.
Clove bud oil has an analgesic function and can be used by children teething. It has an antiseptic effect. Clove bud oil is used since the Middle Ages by the Romans, Greeks and Chinese to relieve toothache and combat bad breath. To date, it is estimated the effect of Clove bud oil to maintain oral hygiene. It is increasingly found in mouthwash and gurgling. Pharyngeal infections are perfectly alleviated by regular gargling of Clove buds. It inhibits the formation of germs through its antiviral effect. In addition, the oil has an analgesic property. For most of its positive effects, the highly abundant eugenol is responsible.
Clove bud oil in aromatherapy
Clove bud oil applied in the aroma lamp or in the diffuser, helps for lack of concentration and mental dullness. Clove bud oil has a vitalizing and aphrodisiac effect.
The exuding fragrance of the oil spends energy and self-confidence.
Clove bud oil for skin care
The oil has a strong, warming function. To avoid skin irritation, it should only be used in diluted form. Its antiseptic action helps against warts, reduces wrinkles, firms sagging skin and helps treat acne.
Clove flowers oil in cosmetics
Clove flowers Oil is often used to make soaps
Its fragrance has a calming effect and its antiseptic effect is a great benefits.
Clove flowers oil for manual therapy
Because of its anti-spasmodic, analgesic effect, the oil is popular with massage therapists. Due to its anti-rheumatic properties, it reduces swelling and helps in the treatment of rheumatic attacks.
Clove flowers oil as insect repellent
The essential oil has an anti-insecticidal effect and will be gladly used for insect repellent. The scent of a few drops in the aroma lamp operated on the balcony dispels the annoying pests.