Clove Bud (Select) e.o. – 15 ml
There are many uses of the clove bud (select) e.o. (essential oil). Among its many properties, it can be:
- an antimicrobial.
- an antifungal.
- an antiseptic.
- an antiviral.
- an aphrodisiac.
- a stimulant.
The clove bud oil is widely used in dentistry. It can aid in the relief of tooth aches and mouth ulcers. The oil can be gargled. When used this way, it should be diluted first. It can then help treat sore throats. There are many dental products that have the oil as an ingredient.
Aside from dental care, it can also be used on the skin. Topically, it can help combat acne. The clove bud e.o. is usually dabbed on a clean cloth then wiped onto the skin. The oil can help lessen sagging skin and wrinkles. It can also aid in rejuvenating the skin around the eyes.
The essential oil is also a natural immune system booster. It has antiviral agents to aid in purifying the blood. Thus, it aids the body’s resistance to a number of diseases. This is due to a number of agents within the oil to help combat the effects of free radicals. This can then help protect the body from heart attacks and certain cancers.
The clove bud e.o. is also a natural relaxant. It serves as an excellent reliever of stress. It can help in removing mental fatigue. When ingested (with appropriate amounts), it can help in stimulating brain functions.
When used in aromatherapy, it can also aid in inducing sleep. This is beneficial for insomnia sufferers.
The essential oil can also help in the relief of headaches. It has a cooling effect when rubbed onto the forehead.
Note: Although remedial, people with major health ailments like cancer, or epilepsy should avoid use. Non—toxic, non—irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals. Not to be used while pregnant.