Clove Bud Essential Oil from Indonesia for Toothache, Aroma Diffuser, Cleaning and Toothpaste
Clove Bud essential oil has a warm, spicy scent that smells just like cloves. This is a powerful cleaning agent and can be added to your favorite household cleaning products or blended to create a DIY cleaning products. Clove Bud Oil is used to combat bad breath, relieve occasional toothaches and massages. The wonderful and familiar aroma of cloves can be added to oil diffuser blends. Clove Bud Essential Oil is extracted through steam distillation of the fragrant flower buds of the evergreen plant, Syzygium aromaticum. The clove buds are ready for harvest when they turn to a deep red color. The clove buds are then dried and steam distilled to produce Clove Oil. Clove Bud Oil has a spicy, warm and slightly woody scent similar to that of actual Clove buds but stronger. Clove Essential Oil has a colorless to light yellow consistency.
Clove Essential Oil has an array of uses.
- Cooking: Clove Oil is widely used in cooking to substitute the large clove buds that some people may find disturbing especially in Swahili and Indian cuisines.You can also add a drop or two of Clove Essential Oil in your holiday recipes like gingerbread or cookies.
- Aromatherapy: To create a holiday mood in your home, add 2 drops of Clove Bud Essential Oil, 2 drops of Sweet Orange Essential Oil, 2 drops Pine Needle Essential Oil and 2 drops Cinnamon Essential Oil. Diffuse Clove Essential Oil with Orange Essential Oil while winding up after a stressful day to create a warm, serene and cozy environment that translates to relaxed night in. Combine Clove Bud Essential Oil with your massage oil for a more relaxed massage session with a calming aroma. Be free to add a few drops of Clove Essential Oil in your shower gel, lotion or body scrub for a more cleansed and more moisturized skin. Clove Bud has a warm scent that may also leave the body smelling nice even after a busy day. Clove Bud Essential Oil is used in perfumery and soap manufacturing due to its lovely scent. For perfumes, Clove Bud Oil can blend with Ylang Ylang Oil, Jasmine Oil, Rose Oil and Clary Sage Oil to make floral, warm and romantic accords.
- Toothpaste: Due to Clove Oil’s ability to cleanse the mouth, Clove Oil is used in making gum candy for fresh breath. Add a few drops of Clove Bud Essential Oil to your mouthwash or toothpaste for a refreshing and clean breath. You can also gargle water with a few drops of Clove Bud Oil for refreshed and clean gums.
- Cleaning: Clove Essential Oil is also a powerful and natural cleaning agent. Add a few drops of Clove Bud Oil in your cleaning water and add a few drops of Lemon essential Oil for a deep cleanse. Due to the cleaning properties of Clove Oil, it has been used to make chemical free germicide. Clove Oil can also be used topically by first mixing it with a carrier oil of your choice like Grapeseed, Jojoba, Fractionated Coconut oil, Sweet Almond or any carrier oil that is suitable for your face. For a spicy air freshener that also cleanses the airways, mix 15 drops of Clove Bud Essential Oil with 20 drops Star Anise, Cinnamon and Ginger with 120mL of water and spray through your home. For a linen spray that doubles as an air freshener blend equal amounts of Clove Bud Essential Oil with Sweet Orange or Wild Orange Essential Oil.