Pranarom: Clove Bud Organic Essential Oil
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Synonyms: Clove Bud, Syzygium aromaticum, Eugenia caryophyllata, Eugenia aromatica
Cultivation: USDA and EcoCert organic cultivation in Madagascar
Composition: 100% Clove bud essential oil, certified organic by USDA and EcoCert
Extraction: Water-steam distillation of fresh Clove flower buds
Active Constituents: Phenols, esters: eugenol
Color: Clear to yellow
About: Clove essential oil has a spicy, earthy personality. Beneficial for the immune system, try diffusing 1-5 drops in your ultrasonic diffuser. Clove provides warming relief in massage oils for sore joints & muscles. A few drops add an extra purifying boost to household cleaning products.
Blending Recommendations: Basil, Bay Laurel, Black Pepper, Black Spruce, Cardamom, Cedar Atlas, Cinnamon Bark, Cinnamon Leaf, Coriander, Eucalyptus globulus, Eucalyptus radiata, Frankincense, Ginger, Grapefruit, Hyssop Decumbens, Lavender, Lemon, Lemongrass, Mandarin, Marjoram, May Chang, Nutmeg, Sweet Orange, Oregano, Patchouli, Peppermint, Wild Scotch Pine, Ravintsara, Rosemary cineole, Rosemary verbenone, Sage, Sandalwood, Spearmint, Tea Tree, Thyme, Tulsi, Vetiver, Wintergreen.
Safety Information: Do not use with children under 2 years old. May be irritating to sensitive skin and mucus membranes. Do not consume orally if taking blood thinners.
Maximum Adult Dilution: 1%; 6 drops per ounce of carrier
Eugenyl acetate 12.11%
Clove bud essential oil contains 70 constituents in total.
Storage: Store upright, cap closed, out of direct heat and sunlight.
Notes: Non-GMO, No pesticides, No insecticides, No additives, Gluten free, Vegan, Cruelty free, No carrier oil added.
Additional Information: November in Madagascar means clove harvesting season. Cloves, or Eugenia caryophyllata are the dried flower buds of an evergreen tree native to Indonesia. Cloves have been used as a spice for flavoring food as far back as 1721 BC. Cloves have also been chewed to improve dental hygiene and dental discomfort, and to aid in digestion for many hundreds of years.
Cloves are used in many types of medicine, including Ayurvedic medicine, Chinese medicine, herbalism, dentistry, and aromatherapy. Clove has a wide range of medicinal properties. The main constituent, Eugenol (part of the Phenol-propane family) has been proven to be broad-spectrum antibacterial. Today, people still use Clove to support oral health, promote digestion, and enhance healthy respiration, as well as many other culinary and health uses. Clove essential oil can be skin sensitizing so it is is best diluted in carrier oil to .05%. This would equal 4-5 drops of Clove essential oil in one ounce of carrier oil.