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The tree that produces icloves(Eugenia Caryophillata)an evergreen treebelonging to the Mirtaceae family and is native to the Moluccas and the Philippines, although today it is produced in many tropical regions of the world, such as Tanzania, Zanzibar, Madagascar, Brazil and eastern India.

The buds from which the oil is extracted contain a significant amount of eugenol, an aromatic compound that gives it an extraordinary energizing fragrance and multiple beneficial properties.

Above all, endowed with a precious powerantisepticandpainkiller,this essential oil is suitable for both internal and topical use.However, since it is a highly concentrated oil, it is good to pay attention to its use, diluting it  in coconut fractionated oil or other carrier oils.

Scientific name: Eugenia caryophyllata

Part of the Plant:Bud

Extraction Method:Steam distillation

Aromatic Description:Very spicy, warm, woody with a hint of leather

Main chemical components: Eugenolo


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Clove essential oil is one of the most potentnatural antioxidantsin circulation, it helps to avoid premature cell aging and to promote the natural regeneration process.

It's aanti-inflammatory, thanks to the high eugenol content, it is effective againstviral and bacterial infections, affections of the respiratory tract, intestines, urinary tract and skin.

It supports thecardiovascular healthwhen taken internally, through the use of a capsule.

Great for countering theaddiction to tobacco, place a diluted drop 1: 1 with your finger on the tongue to eliminate the desire to smoke.

Clove or Clove essential oil can be used forteeth hygieneAndgums, to have a fresh breath just add a drop to the toothpaste. In case of toothache he is able to exercise aanalgesic effectandanestheticalmost immediate by rubbing a diluted drop 1: 1 directly on the gums adjacent to the affected tooth.

Its main chemical component, eugenol, makes it a very stimulating and energizing essential oilgreat for a pre-workout warming massage.

How to use

Diffusion: use three to four drops in the diffuser

Topical use:for massage, mix 5 drops with 10 ml of carrier oil.

Internal use:one drop in 125 ml of liquid.

For the bath, dilute 5 drops in water in addition to epsom salt.

To perfume the skin, mix 1 drop to 10 drops of carrier oil.

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Warnings  Use only diluted with a 1: 1 ratio. Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding or have medical assistance, consult your doctor. Avoid contact with the eyes, the inside of the ears and sensitive areas.

Primary uses:antioxidant, candida, corns, disinfectant, fever, fungal infections, herpes simplex, hormonal balance. hypothyroidism, liver depurative, lupus, memory, metabolic balance, mold, muscle pain, muscle pain, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, termites, thyroid dysfunction, toothache, viral infections, warts, wounds, immunostimulant

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