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CLOVE ESSENTIAL OIL

(Syzygium Aromaticum)


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  • Clove Herbal Description
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    CLOVE HERBAL & ESSENTIAL OIL DESCRIPTION

    Clove Essential Oil (Syzygium aromaticum) has a sweet, spicy fragrance that is stimulating and revitalizing with immune-enhancing properties.

    The word "Clove" is from the Latin word for "nail" - clavus. The Clove is native to the North Moluccas, the Spice Islands of Indonesia. It is cultivated in Brazil, the West Indies, Mauritius, Madagascar, India, Sri Lanka, Zanzibar and Pemba. Healers in China and India have used Clove buds since ancient times as part of their treatments. The Chinese wrote of cloves as early as 400 BCE. And there is a record from 200 BCE of courtiers keeping cloves in their mouths to avoid offending the Emperor while addressing him. Arab traders delivered the cloves to the Romans. The people on the island of Ternate were free from epidemics until the 16th century, when Dutch conquerors destroyed the clove trees that flourished on the islands. Many of the islanders died from the epidemics that followed.

    Cloves were reputed to be part of the Four Thieves Vinegar or Marseilles Vinegar used by grave-robbing bandits to protect themselves during the 15th century plague. Clove was listed in Hildegard's Medicine, which was a compilation of early German medicines by the highly regarded Benedictine herbalist Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179).

    Clove's principal constituent, eugenol, was used in the dental industry for years to numb pain. A solution of 0.95% eugenol from Clove oil was sufficient to kill the tuberculosis bacillus, according to Courmont et al (Gatefosse, 1990).

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    The Clove is an evergreen tree growing up to 50 feet bearing aromatic leaves and buds. The trees average 15 to 30 feet in height for cultivation and harvesting. The Clove tree has opposite, oval leaves more that 5 inches long. Clove flowers rarely flower, however, because the buds are harvested as soon as they turn pink. When allowed to develop, the flowers are red and white, bell shaped and grows in terminal clusters. The familiar clove used in the kitchen is the dried flower bud. When fresh the flower buds are pink, dried they turn to a rust brown color resembling small, dark-brown nails with a tapered stem. The dried buds are 1/2 to 5/8 inches long. The large end of the clove is the four pointed flower bud.




    CLOVE USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    Cloves have been treasured for more than 2,000 years in Asian countries, as both a spice and a remedy.

    It has been recorded as early as 240 BCE that China used Clove to treat various ailments such as diarrhea, liver, stomach and bowel ailments, and as a stimulant for the nerves. During China's Han dynasty, courtiers chewed on cloves to help freshen their breath when speaking to the Emperor. In medieval Europe, Cloves were valued for medicinal and culinary uses. In the Asian tropics it was used to treat malaria, cholera, tuberculosis, and scabies.

    Today, Cloves are mainly used for cooking. The oil made from the cloves retains their spicy, warm, sweet scent and possesses antispasmodic, antiviral and antiseptic effects. It is used to relieve flatulence, diarrhea, stomacaches, and toothache pain. In addition, Clove oil is very effective for killing germs and bacteria, making it useful as an ingredient in mouthwashes, toothpastes and wound disinfectants.

    In America Clove is used to treat worms, viruses, Candida, and various bacterial and protozoan infections, but is most commonly used externally to treat toothache and mouth and throat inflammation. Chewing Clove will freshen breath. Clove oil is a powerful antioxidant, and is helpful in regulating the body’s use of insulin. Clove also helps prevent the breakdown in the retina of a substance called Docosahexaenoic acid, which slows down macular degeneration and aids vision in old age. One of the main constituents in this herb is eugenol, which is a potent blood thinner. Germany’s Commission E has listed Cloves as having antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antiviral properties. Clove is the highest-scoring ingredient Young Living has ever tested for its antioxidant capacity on the ORAC scale.


    ANTIOXIDANT ORAC SCORES


    Clove scores the highest of any therapeutic grade essential oil on the ORAC Scale (Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity) at 10,786,875. This means that the higher the ORAC score, the more powerful the oil is in destroying free radicals which results in retarding the aging process, preventing cancers and other diseases, etc. An ounce of Clove oil has the antioxidant capacity of 450 pounds of carrots, 120 quarts of blueberries or 48 gallons of beet juice.
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    1,655
    Juniper
    2,517
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    3,309
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    38,624
    Cinnamon Bark
    103,448
    Thyme
    159,590
    Clove
    10,786,875


    THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF CLOVE OIL

    The components eugenol, acetyleugenol and oleanolic acid are responsible for Clove oil's mildly anesthetic properties, which can alleviate pain from toothaches, gum inflammations and treating dental infections. It is also effective for disinfecting canker sores and wounds and can help treat intestinal ailments that result in diarrhea, flatulence and stomach pain. It is also used to treat tension headaches, ease muscle pain and cramps, as an aromatherapy relaxant, and a uterine toner following childbirth. It has an ability to soothe coughs from irritated and inflamed bronchial tubes and asthma using inhalation therapy. For a tickling cough, put a drop on the back of the tongue. The fragrance of Clove essential oil may influence healing, serve as a mental stimulant, encourage sleep, stimulate dreams and create a sense of protection and courage.

    According to health practitioners, Clove oil can be used to prevent contagious disease and may be helpful in treating acne, amoebic dysentery, arthritis, bacterial colitis, bronchitis, cholera, chronic skin disease, cystitis, dermatitis, diarrhea, fatigue, halitosis, hypertension, insect bites, lymphoma, nausea, neuritis, rheumatism, sinusitis, skin cancer, sores (speeds healing of mouth and skin sores), thyroid dysfunction, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and warts.


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    CLOVE BUD OIL PROFILE

  • Botanical Name: Eugenia Aromatica
  • Common Method Of Extraction: Steam Distilled
  • Parts Used: Flower Buds
  • Note Classification: Middle
  • Aroma: Warm, Spicy, Woody, With a slightly Fruity Top Note
  • Largest Producing Countries: Sri Lanka, Indonesia, & Madagascar


  • TRADITIONAL USE: This oil is usually associated with dental preparations due to its analgesic properties. Clove also has a long history in Chinese medicine. Cloves are rich in iron, calcium, potassium, riboflavin and vitamins A and C.

    PROPERTIES: Analgesic, antiaging, antibacterial, anticlotting, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antispasmodic, antioxidant, antiseptic, antiviral, carminative, expectorant, insecticide, stimulant, stomachic.

    BENEFITS: Asthma, chest infections, colic, diarrhea, exhaustion, flu, flatulence, indigestion, insect repellent, muscle pain, nausea, ringworm, scabies, sprains, stale breath, toothache, ulcers, wounds. Clove oil is high in eugenol. This constituent gives this oil analgesic properties which makes it useful for toothaches. The anti-inflammatory action of this oil helps with insect bites and reduces the swelling.

    BLENDS WITH: Allspice, Bay, Bergamot, Chamomile, Clary Sage, Geranium, Ginger, Grapefruit, Jasmine, Lavender, Lemon, Mandarin, Palmrosa, Rose, Sandalwood, Vanilla, Ylang Ylang essential oils.

    OF INTEREST: Clove oil will darken or thicken with age and exposure to air.

    SAFETY DATA: Avoid while pregnant and in liver and kidney conditions. May cause skin irritation.


    The above product information description was obtained from Mountain Rose Herbs regarding their products. For other manufacturers, merchants and vendors, consult individual product label description.




    CLOVE DOSAGE INFORMATION

    Clove oil is very strong and can cause irritation if used in its pure form.

    Diluting it in a carrier oil, such as Olive Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, or distilled water is recommended at a minimum ratio of 1 part Clove Essential Oil and 4 parts diluent. Apply 2 to 4 drops on location, gums or mouth; chakras / Vita Flex points; diffuse or take as a dietary supplement.

    Essential oil should only be taken internally under the supervision of a health care professional. For best results, read and follow product label directions. For temporary relief of toothache prior to professional dentistry care, dip a cotton swab in clove oil and apply it to the affected tooth and surrounding gum.







    Clove Bud


    Latin name: Eugenia caryophyllata. Family name: Myrtacaea. Clove bud oil is distilled from the flower buds and is imported from Indonesia. It has a spicy, fruity, warm and sweet aroma. Some traditional uses: for toothache, colds, flu and fungal infections, as a mosquito repellant, to relieve fatigue and melancholy, as an aphrodisiac. Clove bud oil should not be used on damaged or sensitive skin. Use in moderation. Blends with: Rose, Ylang Ylang, Clary Sage, Bergamot, and Bay Laurel.

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    HOMEMADE CLOVE HERBAL OIL

    You can make your own clove herbal oil at home easily.
    Place crushed fresh cloves into the bottom of an airtight glass jar. Immerse cloves in Olive Oil. For guaranteed potency, completely cover the Cloves with the oil, but do not overfill the jar. Place the airtight lid on the jar and ensure the jar is sealed tightly. Exposure to air will weaken the oil's effectiveness. Let the mixture sit for a minimum of one week. Ensure that the jar is exposed to direct light during that time. Regular room temperature is optimal. When ready, pour the mixture through a hand strainer into a container with a spout, None of the cloves or sediments should be left in the oil. If particles are present, strain the oil a second time. Discard the cloves from the hand strainer. Do not reuse the cloves because the results will not be the same as with their first use. The goal is to have a high concentration of cloves in the carrier oil, and the clove oil will not be effective if cloves are reused. Pour the strained mixture back into the airtight jar. Store the jar with its lid tightly in place. This oil can be stored for 4 to 5 years. As time progresses, it is natural for the oil to darken in color.

    Note: If cloves are not fresh, double the cloves used. The longer cloves stand in the oil, the more potent the clove oil will become. If cloves remain in the oil for more than one month, add a little more oil before you strain it.

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    A NATURAL INSECT REPELLENT

    Aromatic Clove oil can ward off mosquitos.
    Gently rub the mixture onto your abdomen.

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  • clove oil decanter FOR A RELAXING SCENT

    Clove oil can lend a warm and pleasant note to natural perfumes. It harmonizes with these essential oils.
    Add Clove oil to any one or all of these oils and use with a diffuser or aromatherapy lamp.

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  • FOLLOWING CHILDBIRTH

    The strengthening effect of Clove oil may help to tone the uterus following delivery.
    Mix essential oils well into warm bath water. Soak for about 15 minutes, once a week.

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  • FOR WARDING OFF INSECTS

    To ward off bugs and insects while you are outside, try this mixture.
      3 drops Clove Essential Oil
      Small bottle of unscented body or suntan lotion

    Mix Clove oil in a bottle of suntan or body lotion and apply it to exposed skin several times a day.

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  • FOR MUSCLE CRAMPS

    A massage oil that contains Clove oil can ease muscle pain and cramps, as it stimulates circulation.
    Mix essential oils with carrier oil. Massage oil blend into the sore muscles as needed.

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  • FOR TOOTHACHE PAIN

    Clove oil is very effective for alleviating toothache pain.
      1 drop Clove Essential Oil
      1 drop Myrrh Essential Oil
      1 teaspoon vodka

    Mix essential oils and vodka. Put the mixture on a cotton ball and use it to gently swab the gums that surround the painful tooth.

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  • FOR DISINFECTING WOUNDS

    Clove oil is anti-inflammatory and antiseptic. To make a clove tincture for wounds, try this recipe.
      2 drops Clove Essential Oil
      2 ounces Vodka

    Mix clove oil and vodka in a glass bottle.

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  • MOUTHWASH FOR GUM CARE

    A mouthwash with Clove oil in it can help to disinfect your gums and mouth.
      2 drops Clove Essential Oil
      1 drop Peppermint Essential Oil
      1 drop Cinnamon Essential Oil (Optional)
      4 ounces Vodka

    Mix essential oils with vodka. Cinnamon oil or a pinch of Cinnamon herb can be added to the mix, if desired. Dilute 1 teaspoon of the blend in 1/2 cup warm water and use to rinse out your mouth.

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  • FOR SOOTHING COUGH RELIEF

    Clove oil's strengthening effect and its ability to relieve coughs can help soothe inflamed and irritated bronchial tubes. People with asthma can also benefit from it. An inhalation of Clove oil is easy to make.
    Mix essential oils with hot water. Lean over bowl and drape a big towel over your head and the bowl. Take deep breaths of the vapors for a few minutes.

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    FOR TENSION HEADACHES

    The relaxing, mildly anesthetic effect of Clove oil can alleviate tension headaches.
      2 drops Clove Essential Oil
      Bowl of Warm Water

    Soak a clean cloth in the liquid, wring out the excess and place the cloth on your neck for 5 minutes to ease the headache.

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  • FOR EASING ABDOMINAL DISCOMFORT

    Clove oil helps ease abdominal discomfort from cramps and diarrhea.
    Mix essential oils with hot water. Lean over bowl and drape a big towel over your head and the bowl. Take deep breaths of the vapors for a few minutes.

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  • CLOVE SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTION INFORMATION

    Cloves are generally regarded as safe when taken in the recommended doses.

    However, this herb when inhaled in the form of Clove cigarettes, is unsafe as it contains properties more damaging than many tobacco varieties. Medicinal amounts of clove should not be given to children under age 2. For older children and people over 65, start with low strength preparations and increase strength if necessary. Repeated use can result in contact sensitization. Skin test for sensitivity.

    There are three different types of Clove oil: Clove Bud oil, Clove Stem oil, and Clove Leaf oil. Clove Bud oil is best because it has the lowest eugenol content and is the safest to use. Clove Stem and Clove Leaf oils are too strong for most people to use. Always use Clove oil sparingly and only when properly diluted, because it may irritate your skin. Also avoid Clove oil if you are pregnant since it can trigger contractions. If pregnant, consult with your midwife or health care practitioner before using clove oil.

    Clove essential oil can act as a blood thinner and should be avoided if taking a prescription blood thinner such as Warfarin or Coumarin. Always consult a medical practitioner before using any product or therapy or before stopping any current medication. Information given here is for information only and is not meant to replace medical care given by your health care provider. If you have questions, contact your health care practitioner about options that are available to you and your specific health condition.




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    CLOVE ESSENTIAL OIL PRODUCTS

    Clove bud oil has a powerful, spicy-fruity, warm, sweet aroma. It is used in mouthwash, toothpaste, chewing gum and dental preparations. Clove oil is highly irritating to the skin and should be handled with caution. Aromatherapy benefits: warming, comforting. Clove oil is very potent oil and should be used with care. Do not use in massaging or in baths, it may irritate the skin. It must be avoided during pregnancy. Clove oil (even the fine oil extracted from the bud, rather than the leaves and twigs) can cause dermatitis and irritate the skin and mucus membranes. Clove leaf oil can be used for acne bruises, burns and cuts, keeping infection at bay. As a pain reliever it helps with toothache, mouth sores, rheumatism and arthritis. It is beneficial to the digestive system, effective against vomiting, diarrhea, flatulence, spasms and parasites, as well as bad breath. Clove oil is valuable at relieving respiratory problems, like bronchitis, asthma and tuberculosis. Their disinfecting property is useful in cases of infectious diseases. Placing a few drops of clove oil on a cotton ball and then placing the cotton ball in a linen cupboard will not only fragrance the cupboard, but may help to keep fish moths at bay. Clove oil is useful for its disinfecting properties, the relieving of pain, especially toothache, arthritis and rheumatism, and its effectiveness on the digestion system. It also has value for skin problems and as an insect repellent. In vapor therapy Clove oil can be useful for bronchitis and dizziness. Clove oil can be used in a blended massage oil to assist with diarrhea, bronchitis, chills, colds, muscular numbness, spasms, rheumatism and arthritis. For toothache the outer jaw can be massage. Use a low dilution of less than 1%. Clove oil can be used distilled as a mouthwash for toothache.

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