Clove Bud Essential Oil In Brief
Clove Bud Essential Oil is bactericidal and fungicidal with proven anti-microbial effects against Staphylococcus epidermidis, Escherichia coli and Candida Albicans, along with Rosemary Essential Oil.
Research has also concluded that Clove is better than eugenol, eugenyl-acetate and fluoride at slowing down dental erosion.
Clove Bud Essential Oil Main Uses
- Re-mineralising teeth + treating gum disease + toothache
- Pain relief + muscle pain + rheumatism + tired limbs
- Circulation + blood pressure + Anemia
- Anti-fungal + Anti-parasitic + Anti-bacterial + Anti-Viral
- Oxidative stress
- Cognitive support + brain health + boosts energy
- Digestion + nausea + flatulence + stomach cramp + abdominal spasm + parasitic infection + scabies + ringworm
- Flu + bronchitis
- Phenol content forces Xenoestrogens to vacate cell receptor sites
Clove Bud Essential Oil For Skincare
- Anti-bacterial + anti-microbial: great for Acne + boils
- Viral skin infection
Clove Bud Essential Oil Extraction Method: Steam distillation
Active Constituents: 85% Eugenol + B-Caryophyllene + Eugenyl acetate + a-Caryophyllene + Isoeugenol + Methyleugenol
Substitute oils: Cinnamon or Oregano
Contraindications: Clove Bud is not to be used for more than two consecutive weeks when taken internally. It would also be beneficial to take a potent and diverse probiotic to restore gut flora. (Clove + Black Walnut Hush + Wormwood combined makes for an incredibly effective parasite cleanse.)
Clove Essential Oil can really irritate the skin. Tisserand and Young, the essential oil industry’s safety experts, recommend a maximum dermal dilution of just 0.5%.
Clove Bud Oil Interesting Fact: Clove Bud possesses an abundance of therapeutic properties because it’s the most potent antioxidant there is amongst antioxidant herbs and spices.#