Part: floral buttons—cloves
Extraction: steam distillation
Well known for spicing up the kitchen, it brings a pleasant feeling of warmth that can sometimes be surprising.
The essential oil of clove is ideal in case of dental pain or various infections thanks to its anesthetic, antiseptic, antibacterial and healing properties.
Anti-fatigue, it can also have a role of “appetite suppressant”.
It is very invigorating, tonic and is a good oil to stimulate the body and mind.
It can also have aphrodisiac qualities.
Here are some of the most common uses for this essential oil.
Its irritating nature will require dilution, either orally or dermally, and it should not be used for more than a week.
Dilute strongly before a cutaneous application of 2 drops in 15 drops of vegetable oil for adults and 1 drop for 15 drops of vegetable oil for children 3 years and older.
In diffusion, it is used only diluted in softer essential oils, up to 5% to 10% maximum.
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The adapted electric diffusers that are available on the market will be another means of diffusion in your homes.
The essential oil of clove is not recommended for sensitive people, pregnant or breastfeeding women and children.
Keep out of reach of children, ideally in a dark, cool and dry place.
Wash hands before and after using essential oils.
Never heat the essential oil you use, otherwise its molecular structure will be altered.
Perform a skin test in the crease of the elbow 24 hours before the first use to check for possible allergies.
Orally, it is not recommended for children under 6 years (precautionary principle) and people with liver failure.
It is contraindicated in people with coagulation disorders, or taking anticoagulant treatments and also in case of surgery.
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The use of essential oils for therapeutic purposes is an alternative and does not replace a diagnosis or medical treatment. It is recommended to seek medical advice before use especially in sensitive people, pregnant women and children.