Botanical name | Eugenia caryophyllus syn. Syzygium aromaticum L. Extracted parts| Flower bud
by steam distillation, clove oil helps inhibit the growth of bacteria and
microorganisms. After dilution, it has no irritation to human mucosal tissues,
so it can be safely used in dental oral treatment, and it also has the effect
of purifying the air. The use of fragrance and breathing can increase the
body's antibacterial power, make the body more become resistant to bacteria,
and bring warm feeling to people.
‧Physiological effects: Treatment
of toothache | Bronchitis | Improvement of weak constitution and anemia | Deworming
| Treatment of wound inflammation | Improvement of rough skin ‧ Psychological effects: Improve
memory | Eliminate drowsiness | Aphrodisiac
How to use
‧ Aid digestion: 2 drops of
clove plus 2 drops of lemon and swallow before meals can relieve stomach cramps, treat vomiting, diarrhea,
and indigestion. ‧ Psychological and other
physiological effects: Dilute 1-2 drops of clove and massage the affected area.
Clove essential oil has a strong effect, so be cautious when using it. If
diluted in a base oil, cream or lotion, the concentration should be controlled
below 1% when used on the skin. It should be avoided during pregnancy.