Native to South East Asia, the powerfully penetrating Clove Bud Essential Oil, also known as Clove Essential Oil, is renowned for its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic benefits, due to its dominating ingredient, eugenol.
Clove Bud essential oil carries a powerful spicy, woody aroma with a somewhat sweet undertone that is familiar in aromatherapy.
Various Clove Oil uses are known to ease respiratory infections.
In medicinal topical applications the benefits of Clove Essential Oil have also been known to assist in the treatment of wounds, cuts and fungal infections such as athlete’s foot.
When combined with a carrier oil Clove Essential Oil makes a fantastic massage oil. It can also be used to create an effective insect repellent.
Clove Oil can also be added to any existing skin care products to boost their benefits.
Clove Essential Oil blends well with a variety of other essential oils. For those wanting to create an uplifting and energising essential oil blend try combining Clove Bud with Cardamom essential oil, Lemon or Peppermint essential oils. Clove Bud Oil also blends well with Orange Sweet and Rosemary essential oils. Read our Clove Essential Oil reviews below to see how other people are enjoying Clove Bud Essential Oil.
Safety: This oil is considered photo-toxic* - avoid direct sun exposure after application. Avoid during pregnancy. Flammable liquid. Adults only, not to be used on children under two years of age without medical advice.
Botanical Name: Eugenia caryophyllata Plant part: Flowering top/bud Method of extraction: Steam distillation Country of Origin: Indonesia
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