Description: Clove bud Oil extracted by CO2 extraction method yields pure essential oils compared to the steam distillation method. Clove bud Oil CO2 is used in dental practices for relief from toothache. Clove bud essential oil can be further used externally to help alleviate muscular aches and sprains. For respiratory problems, the disinfecting properties of clove bud are most useful when used in vapor therapy. You probably didn’t know that clove oil is prominently used in dental care. The oil has germicidal properties which enhances its effectiveness in relieving sore gums, mouth ulcers, toothache, and dental pain. For acne patients, clove oil is the most recommended remedy. Clove bud oil (India) has a spicy, strong aroma somehow sweeter than the prominent Indonesian variety and is slightly less herbaceous. The medium to watery viscous oil is colorless to pale yellow in color. Although clove oil can be extracted from various parts of the tree, the Indian clove bud essential oil is purely extracted from the buds, which is the most suitable essential oil for many modern medical treatments as it contains an elevated level of Eugenol (79%).
Botanical Name: Eugenia Caryophyllus (a.k.a Eugenia caryophyllata Thunb. Or Syzgium Aromaticum)
Plant Part: Dried flower buds
Extraction Method: Super critical CO2 extraction
Odor and Appearance: A colorless or pale yellow liquid having the Odor and Appearance characteristic clove odor and taste.
Country of origin: India
Main Constituents: eugenol, eugenyl acetate, β-caryophyllene, α-humulene, and chavicol
Common Uses: Common uses include incorporating it into natural perfumes and fragrances for its warm and spicy aroma, using it in aromatherapy to create a cozy and comforting atmosphere, adding it to dental care products for its potential oral health benefits, blending it into massage oils to provide relief from muscle discomfort, using it in natural cleaning solutions for its antimicrobial properties, and utilizing it in traditional medicine for its potential analgesic and antiseptic effects.
Note: Middle note.
Blends well with: Orange, Bergamot, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Lavender, Rosemary, Frankincense and Myrrh.
Contraindications: In general, clove bud essential oil doesn’t have any severe contraindications when used rightly. It is considered safe for both external and internal application. It is equally important to know you skin tolerance before using the essential oil. To be on the safe side, never apply the oil to your skin while still concentrated. If you are pregnant, it’s best if you consult with your physician before taking this essential oil orally. Similarly, if you are allergic, you must exercise great caution.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.*
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