PORTRAIT

You don’t need to let a toothache upend your day when you put the well-known analgesic properties of Inshanti clove bud essential oil to work. Use it to help mouth ulcers heal as well. And when you add it to a blend and rub it on your belly, it helps settle your digestion and may even prevent gas. Keep this essential oil handy to handle your pain. Clove oil can also support you emotionally; when you’re feeling weak, its strong character comes to the rescue.

Essential Facts

Plant Parts: Bud
Botanical Family: Myrtaceae
Chemical Family: Phenols
Country of Origin: Zanzibar
Method of Extraction: Steam distillation
Cultivation Method: Certified Organic
Aroma: Spicy, sweet, warm and radiant
Note Classification: Middle

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PROPERTIES

Emotional and Energetic Properties:

  • Warms mind and body
  • Promotes self-assurance
  • Spicy!

Therapeutic Properties:

  • Antiseptic – Assists in fighting germs/infections.
  • Analgesic –An agent that relieves or diminishes pain.
  • Antifungal — An agent capable of destroying or inhibiting the growth of fungi.
  • Anti-infectious– Helps the body strengthen its own resistance to infective organisms and rid the body of illness.
  • Anti-inflammatory – Alleviates inflammation.
  • Antirheumatic – An agent that helps to relieve rheumatism.
  • Antiviral– An agent that can destroy or inhibit the growth and reproduction of viruses.
  • Carminative – Relieves intestinal gas pain and distention; promotes peristalsis.
  • Hepatic – An agent that stimulates and aids function of the liver.
  • Tonic— An agent that strengthens and improves bodily performance.

HOW TO USE

Diffuser: Use clove bud in a diffuser to combat bacteria and mold issues.

Digestion: Settle digestive issues using clove bud in a belly rub blend. See Belly Rub in recipes tab.

Mouth Ulcers: Blend 5 drops of clove bud into 1 oz. carrier oil. Apply to mouth ulcers.

Toothache: It numbs the nerves! Add 1 drop of clove bud on a cotton swab and apply to the sore tooth. Make sure to avoid surrounding gum area.

Always dilute essential oils  with a carrier oil.

RECIPES

Belly Rub

3 drops clove bud

2 drops black pepper

2 drops nutmeg

4 drops ginger co2

3 drops orange

1 oz. carrier oil or unscented lotion

Directions: Blend all ingredients together in a 1 oz. container. Gently massage into belly.

 

SAFETY

Avoid undiluted skin contact. Clove is high in a component called eugenol, a phenol. Phenols are considered to be the most irritating components to the skin and mucous membranes and can cause dermatitis and sensitization. If phenols are present in high concentrations in an essential oil, that oil should be used in very low dilutions on the skin (1% in a carrier) and for short periods of time. They are generally not safe for the skin in a bath.

Oils high in phenols should not be used for babies and children.

Robert Tisserand, in his book Essential Oil Safety, states that oils high in eugenol should be used with caution on those with impaired liver function.

People with clotting disorders should not use eugenol high oils (like clove), as eugenol is an anticoagulant.

If pregnant, nursing or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician or clinical certified aromatherapist. For external use only. Keep away from mucous membranes & eyes. Test a small amount on skin for allergic reaction. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid using on infants and small children under the age of five years old.

Always dilute essential oils with a carrier oil.

 

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