Clove Essential Oil 

Botanical Name - (Syzygium aromaticum)
Part of plant used - Bud

C love was used by the Chinese to freshen their breath and in other parts of the world was used as ornaments around the neck to protect against disease. This oil is sweet, hot, rich and spicy and is a base note with the aroma lasting for a long time.

Emotional Applications

  • to relax

Physical Applications

  • Temporary relief of pain - arthritis, rheumatism, sprains and bruises - massage
  • Can be used on teeth if sore - add to toothpaste
  • To freshen breath - add 1 drop to a half glass of water and gargle - do not swallow
  • For sore throats - as above
  • Gastritis and stomach upsets - massage blend - massage in clockwise direction

Cautions

  • Do not take internally
  • Do not give to children

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