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Clove Oil
Clove Oil

Clove Oil 15 ML

Clove oil has been and continues to be used in connection with
  • Respiratory ailments
  • Asthma and
  • Bronchitis
  • Muscle aches
  • Sprains and Strains
  • Arthritis
  • Rheumatism
  • Toothaches and toothpain
  • Many individuals use clove oil for its analgesic effects for body pain.
    Aroma Therapy

 Clove oil is considered by many in the health profession to be an effective antibiotic, antiseptic, antiviral, analgesic, antioxidant, carminative, expectorant, antifungal, anti-parasitic, spasmodic, and stimulant.

It is a natural analgaesic and antiseptic used primarily in dentistry for its main ingredient eugenol. It can also be purchased in pharmacies over the counter, as a home remedy toothache; it is also often found in the aromatherapy section of health food stores. The oil produced by cloves can be used in many things from flavouring medicine to remedies for bronchitis, the common cold, a cough, fever, sore throat and tending to infections. The main oil-producing countries are Madagascar and Indonesia. for dental pain relief, mainly

There are three types of clove oil:

    * Bud oil is derived form the flower-buds of S.aromaticum.
    * Leaf oil is derived from the leaves of S.aromaticum.  constituents.
    * Stem oil is derived from the twigs of S.aromaticum.

Oral use
Oil of cloves is known best for its anaesthetic properties. It is widely reported to be effective, and prior to the availability of safe, approved topical anaesthetic drugs, was used by some dentists.

Clove oil is often used to relieve pain caused by dry socket, a possible complication of tooth extraction.

Clove oil has an unpleasant taste, so it is advised to prevent the oil from touching the tongue.

It is considered safe in very small quantities (<1500 p.p.m.) as a food additive. However, clove oil is toxic to human cells. If ingested in sufficient quantity or injected, it has been shown to cause life-threatening complications, including Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Fulminant Hepatic (Liver) Failure, and Central Nervous System Depression; the lethal oral dose is 3.752 g per kg body weight

Topical use
When applied to stop a toothache it is best done with a cotton swab, applied directly to the side of the tooth, or directly on to the tooth, on the instance if a hole is present, to allow for the oil to absorb into the affected area.

Other uses

It is also used for anesthetizing and in higher doses euthanizing fish.

Clove oil is also used in an all natural herbicide called "Perfectly Natural Weed & Grass Killer". The clove oil is the only active ingredient, and it is very effective at killing many types of plants.

Clove oil has uses for antimicrobial and antifungal. It can be used for acne, warts, scars and parasites.

Research has shown that clove oil is an effective mosquito repellent.
Clove oil is also used in oil painting. The anti-oxidant effects of the eugenol delays the drying (oxidation) of the drying oils (linseed, safflower, poppy, walnut) in the paint on the palette. A drop per paint 'nut' is usually added. Alternatively, the palette can be covered, with a small amount of clove oil applied to the inside of the cover to allow the clove oil to disperse, preventing the paint from reacting with the oxygen within the cover. This method has the advantage of not slowing the drying of the paints once they are applied to the painting.


Price: $10.99
13.65 CAD 7.99 GBP 8.99 EUR

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