- Pure therapeutic grade Natural Product
- Boost energy
- Help ease respiratory problems
- Restores and refreshes
- Used as an insect repellent (mosquitoes)
About Clove Essential Oil
Clove oil is related to cinnamon and has many of the same functions in aromatherapy. Clove essential oil helps in restoring comfort to overworked bodies. The oil’s scent can help create comfort and ease of home when diffused and can also assist in increasing appetite.
Since clove oil has such an extreme heating nature, aromatherapists use it cautiously.
How To Use Clove Essential Oil
In the Diffuser: With the simulating spices, this oil will warm not only the body but the mind as well. This oil will help with breathing and relieve any heaviness or lung discomfort. You can diffuse one drop of clove, six drops of lavender, and three drops of clary sage to help bring relief.
Other Ways to Use Clove Essential Oil
- Clove oil can be used for massage blend or in diffuser but it has to be diluted.
- To improve digestion and increase alertness you can use clove essential oil as long as it has been diluted.
Safety Considerations for Clove Essential Oil
Some people are very sensitive to clove essential oil. Do not take clove essential oil internally. Caution- clove oil is dermatoxin. Use only in very low dilution (less than 0.5%). Do not apply directly to delicate skin or near eyes.
Blends well with:
spice and herb oils such as basil, ginger; citrus like grapefruit, lemon and floral oils like geranium ylang-ylang rose oil and jasmine, frankincense and sandalwood, l
Botanical Name: Syzygium aromaticum
Composition: 100% Pure Clove Bud Essential Oil
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
Plant Part: Flower Bud
Color: Pale yellow to yellowish brown
Odor: Spicy, warm slightly fruity; rich and penetrating
Perfumery Note: Middle
Strength of Initial Aroma: Medium to Strong