History has it that the people of Penang (among the “Spice Islands”) were free from epidemics until the sixteenth century when Dutch conquerors destroyed the clove trees that flourished on those islands. Many of the islanders died from the epidemics that followed. Traditional Chinese Medicine used clove for supporting a healthy digestive system. This oil includes the naturally occurring constituent eugenol, clove’s principal constituent, was used in dental industry for years to numb gums. The oil is steam distilled from flower bud and stem.
Relieving, cleansing, protecting, soothing, protecting, stimulating, energizing and revitalizing and warming
Support to healthy immune system and antioxidant support; insect repellent; ease toothache by numbing the nerve; used in compresses, baths, massages to tone digestive system; relieves cramps and spasms in the intestines, expel gas from the intestines; aids digestion; increase energy and quicken the function of the glands; used to keep kitchen clean, including surfaces, sinks and cutting boards;
Its hot and spicy aroma brings clarity. It may influence healing, improve memory (mental stimulant), and create a feeling of protection and courage.
Blends Well With:
Basil, cinnamon bark, clary sage, lavender, orange, peppermint, rose
Dilute Ratio: 20-80
- 1 part essential oil with 4 parts of carrier oil. For age 7 and above, use 1 drop of essential oil to 4 drops of carrier oil.
Apply 2-4 drops on area of concern
Apply on chakras and/or Vita Flex points
Do not use during pregnancy
Not for use with children under age 6
Can irritate sensitive skin. Never use clove oil undiluted or in a high concentration in skin preparations. One drop in 2 tsp (10ml) carrier oil or lotion is the safe amount of skin preparations. It should not be used on damage or sensitive skin
Avoid contact with mucous membranes
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