Clove bud has a welcoming, strong, warm, woody-spice smell that can be uplifting for one’s mood.
This is a very strong essential oil, warming and stimulating so it is great when added in low doses to a nut/seed oil for use as a muscle balm or digestive complaints when massaged into body.
Low dose = 1 drop into 100ml Nut or Seed Base Oil.
Botanical Name: Syzygium aromaticum
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Part Typically Used: Buds
Country of Origin: Indonesia
Organic Certifier: Bio-Gro
Class: Phenolic Ether
Typical Main Constituents
Eugenol – 79%
b-Caryophyllene – 8%
Eugenyl acetate – 6%
Description: Clear-pale yellow oil with a strong warm woody-spice odour.
Actions: Analgesic, Anaesthetic, Antiseptic, Anti-oxidant, antispasmodic, anti-neuralgic, carminative, anti-infectious, antimicrobial, antiviral, disinfectant, Immune Stimulant, Stomachic, Uterine, Tonic, Anti-histimatic.
Special use: Good Immune stimulant. Helps provide insight into our physical and emotional pain.
Blends Well With: Benzoin, Cinnamon, Lavender, Ginger, Sandalwood, Clary sage, Vanilla, Ylang ylang.
Safety Data: Strong oil use in low doses e.g. diluted 1% or less in a carrier oil. Non- toxic – but can be irritating to sensitive skin. Avoid in pregnancy and with young children.
Aromatherapy / Home Use
Muscle & Skeletal system: Rheumatism and arthritis, muscular numbness, spasms.
Nervous System: Lifting depression, Strengthening memory, Weakness & Lethargy.
Respiratory: Helps provide relief for bronchitis and asthma. The disinfectant property is valued in cases of infectious diseases.
Immune: Chills, Colds, Flu, Infectious diseases, Thyroid dysfunction.
Skin Care: Bruises, Athletes foot, Ringworm.
Digestive: Flatulence, Spasms, Parasites, bad breath.
General Essential Oil Safety Recommendations
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