Clove Bud ( Syzygium aromaticum )
Aromatherapy Properties: Researchers found that sniffing the spicy aroma of Clove Bud reduces drowsiness, irritability, and headaches, assists memory recall and increases circulation.
This powerful essential oil also has the ability to abate depression,
relieve indigestion, and contribute to sexual stimulations. You can also
use Clove Bud essential oil for skin care and stress-related conditions
including high blood pressure, depression and anxiety. It calms fevers and is good for the female system. Also good for throat and respiratory
Therapeutic Properties Include: analgesic, antiseptic, antispasmodic,
anti-neuralgic, carminative, anti-infectious, disinfectant, insecticide,
stimulant and tonic.
Skin Care -
Used for acne, bruises, burns and cuts, keeping infection at bay As a pain reliever it helps with toothache, mouth sores, and bad breath. Great insect repellent.
Burners and vaporizers
In vapor therapy, clove oil can be useful for bronchitis and dizziness and to help lift depression, while strengthening memory and fighting weakness and lethargy.
Clove oil can be used in a blended massage oil to assist with diarrhea, bronchitis, chills, colds, muscular numbness, spasms, rheumatism and arthritis. For toothache the outer jaw can be massaged with this oil.
Use a low dilution of less than 1%.
In cream or lotion
When used in a cream or lotion, the positive effects of clove oil are the same as those of a massage oil and can furthermore help to sort out leg ulcers and skin sores.
Use in low dilution of less than 1%.
Clove oil can be included at a low rate as part of a mouthwash for toothache.
Clove oil blends well with
It blends well with basil, benzoin, cinnamon, lavender, ginger, sandalwood and clary sage.